Mandarin Speaking Buying Assistant

A renowned chained oriental F&B retail store is looking for a buying assistant to join their head office in North London. This role will be acting as a crucial central point of contact with main responsibilities including:

*Manage product profile and entering data with SAGE system
*Coordinating with all stores and keeping track of stock levels
*Supporting the purchasing team and responding to operational queries
*Coordinating with other head office departments
*Liaising with buyers and keeping closely updated with market trends
*Administrative and ad-hoc tasks as need
*Facing Chinese accounts therefore Mandarin speaking is essential

To become a successful applicant, you need to have

*Experience working in a customer facing role
*Similar experience in a FMCG buying role is a big plus
*Fundamental understanding of FMCG buying and supply chain
*Passion for Food & Beverage industry and products
*Great team spirit and strong communication skills
*Great initiatives and resilient to pressure
*Fluent skills of using Microsoft Office and SAGE system
*Ability to speak fluent Mandarin

Then please get in touch with your updated CV!

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who has a passion for Food Retail industry and wishes to set foot in the FMCG operations. Visa sponsorship will not be provided however the employer would accept T5 visa which has more than 18 months validity.

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Lu Xia

Team:  Chinese Division

I specialise in:  All Chinese Roles

Languages I speak:  Mandarin & English

About me:  I am originally from Beijing, China. I have been a recruiter for more than 3 years and before that I was an architectural designer. I have worked and lived in London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing so I can tell you all about the funs and games here and there.

If I were a famous person, I would be: the Queen so I can live in a grand palace as well as driving a 4X4 hunting in the Highlands.

A fun fact about me: You can find a photo of me in the book ‘Great Cake Places London 2012’

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