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POST DATE 9/13/2016
END DATE 10/27/2016

Columbia Distributing Co Kent, WA

Company
Columbia Distributing Co
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
5000138758406
AJE Ref #
576160570
Location
Kent, WA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
Education
High School Diploma or GED

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Columbia Distributing is one of the nation's largest malt beverage, wine and non-alcoholic distributors. Our success is based on the fact that we never lose sight of delivering what are really important--quality products, timely service, and a genuine concern for our customers' needs. And we succeed because of the enthusiasm and dedication our employees bring to their jobs every day. Whether it's their dedication to our customers, their dedication to the communities we serve, or their dedication to each other--it's the people who work here that make it such a great place to work.

When you work for Columbia Distributing, you are part of a progressive, growing organization with a reputation for high quality products and services. We are hardworking, dedicated, men and women who have set out to become the nation's top distributor.

Primary Responsibilities:
1. Effectively sell, rotate and merchandise the Columbia Distributing portfolio in all assigned accounts.
2. Accomplish sales and distribution goals by assisting the execution of business objectives and company initiatives.
3. Provide route relief for Sales Representatives as scheduled.
4. Manage inventory expenses in accordance with company policy.
5. Interact respectfully and maintain dialog with inter-company departments, suppliers and customers.
6. Establish and maintain a high level of industry knowledge: beer, non-alcoholic, food journals, trends, market share, etc.
7. Utilize Columbia University for Professional Education (CUPE) courses to improve effectiveness.
8. Monitor competitive activity and communicate strategies.
9. Maintain appropriate themed programs to meet supplier and company standards.
10. Submit all required reporting, preplans, trackers, surveys, market surveys (MVPs), expense report, mileage log, etc. by the required due date.
11. Understand and assist with MVP Standards.
12. Adhere to all state liquor laws and regulations.
13. Complete all other tasks or projects as assigned.
14. Demonstrate behaviors consistent with those of the Company's Core Values at all times.



Preferred Qualifications:


Education/Training:




* Bachelor's degree
* High School diploma or GED required Licenses/Certifications:




* Valid driver's license and auto insurance required
* Sales Fundamental (which includes CSP training and certification) required upon hiring Experience:




* Minimum one (1) year previous industry experience preferred Knowledge/Skill:




* General knowledge of industry products
* Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Bilingual preferred
* Effective organizational and time management skills
* Ability to develop strong relationships with internal and external customers

Physical Requirements:
1. Lift, carry, push, pull up to 165 lbs.
2. Use arms, wrists, hands, grasp
3. Must be proficient in the use of industry tools including hand truck, six wheeler, manual pallet jack, box cutter, etc.





OUR BENEFITS


* Medical, Dental, Vision, RX
* Life and AD&D Insurance
* Flexible Spending Accounts
* Teladoc
* Disability Insurance




* Employee Assistance Program
* Family and Medical Leave Act
* 401(k) Plan
* Educational Assistance Program
* Paid Vacation, Holiday and Sick time





Primary Responsibilities:
1. Effectively sell, rotate and merchandise the Columbia Distributing portfolio in all assigned accounts.
2. Accomplish sales and distribution goals by assisting the execution of business objectives and company initiatives.
3. Provide route relief for Sales Representatives as scheduled.
4. Manage inventory expenses in accordance with company policy.
5. Interact respectfully and maintain dialog with inter-company departments, suppliers and customers.
6. Establish and maintain a high level of industry knowledge: beer, non-alcoholic, food journals, trends, market share, etc.
7. Utilize Columbia University for Professional Education (CUPE) courses to improve effectiveness.
8. Monitor competitive activity and communicate strategies.
9. Maintain appropriate themed programs to meet supplier and company standards.
10. Submit all required reporting, preplans, trackers, surveys, market surveys (MVPs), expense report, mileage log, etc. by the required due date.
11. Understand and assist with MVP Standards.
12. Adhere to all state liquor laws and regulations.
13. Complete all other tasks or projects as assigned.
14. Demonstrate behaviors consistent with those of the Company's Core Values at all times.



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