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Marketing Information Specialist

WHY JOIN FORREST TECHNICAL COATINGS?

We are the world leader in high temperature coatings with the broadest technology and a global geographical base. We maintain a world-class reputation in our industry through quality, customer service, and innovative products while setting an outstanding example of environmental stewardship through our business and manufacturing processes. 

TOGETHER WE WILL CREATE PRODUCTS AND RELATIONSHIPS FOR THE MUTUAL BENEFIT OF CUSTOMERS, EMPLOYEES, SUPPLIERS AND THE COMPANY.

 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

Carries out Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system related activities associated with the marketing functions of the company. Ensures that the information for marketing and selling products is maintained and accurate through interaction with the ERP system.  Acts as the liaison between the Commercial Team and Chemists to ensure new product/project requests are moving through the project management system timely in support of customer needs. Responsible for internal status updates and working closely with various stakeholders to collect all necessary information for Marketing Department projects.

 

  • Performs data collection, data analysis, and other information collecting actions for the Marketing and Sales Departments for internal projects.
  • Provides support for pricing through the price management tool, ensuring information is accurate and up-to-date for List Pricing, One-Time Price Quotes, Volume Discount Pricing, and Customer Specific Pricing.
  • Reviews and updates product categories and stock product lists for accuracy.
  • Inputs Product Item Keys and Descriptions during the product development phase.
  • Supports and takes an active role in the product activation and inactivation process.
  • Works closely with the Commercial Team and Director of Marketing to evaluate new project proposals.
  • Monitors project management system to ensure Marketing project details are updated timely and are accurate.
  • Gathers necessary project information and internal status updates by working closely with project stakeholders.
  • Identifies and communicates risks to timely completion of assigned projects.
  • All other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

High school diploma (GED equivalent) with three (3) years experience in project coordination or senior level administrative assistant role or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelors Degree in Business or related field preferred. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite. Previous experience with SmartSheet and/or MRP/ERP systems a plus. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationship among all key stakeholders. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written a must. Strong attention to detail with a high level of organization required.

 

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