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Part Sales Coordinator

The LNT Group is a rapidly expanding Yorkshire based group of companies. Under the guidance of Chairman and founder Lawrence Tomlinson it consists of five core businesses across industry sectors including: Healthcare, Construction, Chemicals, Automotive and Software.

Based in Leeds, Ginetta has been building British road and race cars since 1958 – but since its purchase by LNT Group in 2005, the company has grown to become one of the most significant players on the global motorsport scene.

With racing pedigree throughout the business; Lawrence/Team LNT and Ginetta have raced at LMP1 level in Le Mans, with Lawrence himself winning the GT2 class at Le Mans 2006 in a Panoz Esperante.

Job profile

We offer a great place to work with fantastic employee benefits including, free parking, Gym, pension and much more. We are looking to recruit a Part Sales Coordinator to join our team.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Taking customer orders via email, telephone and face to face
  • Processing sales orders using Sage 200
  • Invoicing and taking payments
  • Creating pick lists for customer orders
  • Picking, packing and dispatching customer orders
  • Ensuring all transactions are completed in a timely manner
  • Ensuring that the stores and goods in areas are kept tidy
  • Stock control both on and off site
  • Sales of parts offsite on the Parts Truck
  • To undertake general administrative duties to support the Production Manager as necessary

Experience in the automotive sector is essential and ideally Motorsport.

In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed, the jobholder may be required to perform other duties assigned by the Production Manager

The Successful candidate will have:

  • A professional, proactive and dynamic approach
  • Be Customer focused and able to work to targets and deadlines
  • Have attention to detail
  • Able to work on own and as part of a team

“At LNT we build great places to live, work and visit. We build homes that are loved by residents, families and the people who care for them.”