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Product Input Specialist

Date: Mar 22, 2019

Location: Norwich, GB

Company: Nielsen

Product Input Specialist - 34416

 

 

We are one of the world’s most trusted providers of digital product content for ecommerce sites, mobile shopping aps and virtual merchandising applications.

With 20 years’ experience in ecommerce content, Nielsen Brandbank maximises the impact of online products, while minimising the cost and effort to retailers and suppliers. We create high quality content that fuels ecommerce success for our customers, while creating a rich online shopping experience.

 

Made up of people who don’t settle for second best, Nielsen Brandbank prides itself on being an innovative thought leader with high employee and customer satisfaction.

Brandbank has a friendly, fast-paced environment. When you work with us, you’ll be part of a supportive and ambitious team; a great setting for developing your skills and getting involved in exciting new projects. We’re a sociable bunch with regular get-togethers and team-building days.

 

As Product Input Specialist, you will be responsible for thoroughly checking and entering customer products into the workflow, liaising with internal associates to ensure customer expectations are being fulfilled, whilst ensuring a variety of operational tasks are completed. This includes working flexibly within the Product Input team tackling all areas as requested.

 

Key accountabilities for this role include:

 

  • Receiving, checking, and recording deliveries.
  • Checking products and preparing them for entry into the workflow.
  • Accurate and complete entering of products into our in house software.
  • Managing and ordering the storage shelves to ensure efficiency, removing products from the workflow when required.
  • Virtual process: Filtering and attaching client submitted content via a ticket system and in house software.
  • Weighing and measuring products according to industry standard guidelines.
  • Disposing and removing completed products from storage.
  • Packaging and dispatching products to nominated contacts.
  • Taking responsibility for and liaising with internal customers to resolve customer and product queries and confirm instructions, work required, etc., prioritising according to customer and business demands.
  • Identify and escalate problems with the Operations process and help drive system improvements and implement new systems and processes.
  • Be responsible for the maintenance of equipment used throughout.
  • Conveying knowledge of the process to visiting clients and newcomers to the business.
  • Managing storage and return of products post process.

 

 To succeed in this role you will ideally need:

 

  • Well organised with a positive attitude.
  • Ability to remain calm and self-motivated to work in a fast-moving environment.
  • Efficiency and speed whilst maintaining high quality of work.
  • Team player and always willing to offer support and help others.
  • Demonstrates good time management, prioritisation and multi-tasking.
  • Good communication skills – written and verbal.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Has a responsible attitude, initiative and copes well under pressure.
  • Sound computer skills, familiarity with Microsoft Office and willing to learn new systems.
  • Ability to contribute in a manual environment.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Strong administration skills.
  • You may be asked to undertake additional duties to those above, either on a temporary or permanent basis, which the Company reasonably believes you are capable of carrying out, or for which you will be trained.
  • Flexible approach to working hours and ability to work overtime as and when required. This may include late evenings and weekends.

 

 

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At Nielsen, diversity and inclusion are integral parts of the organization’s DNA. By diversity, we mean far more than the diversity you can see; we value diversity of thought, experiences, skills and backgrounds.

At Nielsen, we respect diversity and offer an inclusive work environment.   As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to hiring and retaining a qualified and diverse workforce. 

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability status, age, marital status, protected veteran status or any other protected class.

Nielsen is committed to providing accommodations throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodation please let us know. 

Founded on the principles of integrity, honesty, fairness, respect and reliability, Nielsen is a place where you can be yourself, make a difference and grow.

 

In the UK, we have won several awards including:

 

2018 Oxfordshire Business Awards – Employer of the Year – Finalist

2017 Oxfordshire Apprenticeships – Apprenticeship Award – Winner

2017 Apprenticeships National Awards – Large Employer of the Year – Regional Highly Commended

2018 Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers – # 19

2016 Times Top 100 – One to Watch

 

Job Type: Regular 

Primary Location:  Norwich,East 

 

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