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Project Administrator

Job Description The National Accounts Project Specialist is the main point of contact at the Raymond Corporate headquarters for a given customer account(s). These accounts make up a larger group of strategic national accounts that represent approximately 40% of our total Raymond forklift sales. The Project Specialist channels and organizes the flow of information from multiple sources/entities, ranging from customers to suppliers, on a daily basis. This individual may also partner internally and externally with all business units at Raymond Corporate, including the service center network (through executive-level upper management). This individual facilitates action and solutions, with a focus on providing the highest level of customer satisfaction in the industry. Occasional travel (typically less than 10%) to customer events/locations.   JOB REQUIREMENTS: Develops, implements and maintains customer programs to meet department needs. Reviews reports and/or data and provides analyses, summaries, and resulting action plans. Plans, coordinates, and/or conducts standard and non-standard projects or project segments. Exchanges information and resolves issues with multiple internal departments and/or outside organizations over a variety of program/project related issues. Provides leadership, support, and advice to various personnel in order to successfully complete projects. Analyzes current practices/procedures and makes recommendations/decisions for change. Maintains records with appropriate supporting material. Updates records as necessary. Performs related work as assigned. Location Corporate - Greene, NY-CORP Full-time/Part-time Full-time Shift 1st FLSA Exempt Education/Experience Requires general business knowledge as would typically be acquired in a Bachelor's degree. Five (5) or more years of experience in specialized field is required. Project management experience is also required. 1599
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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