Sales Coordinator

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Support national trade book sales force.
  2. Work with Marketing to create seasonal trade catalog on Edelweiss.
  3. Responsible for LPS client product images and reviews, PDFs and other seasonal tasks, in conjunction with supervisor.
  4. Assist supervisor with Amazon sales and inventory analysis and reporting.
  5. Provide direct support and assistance to the sales staff per supervisor’s direction.
  6. Process requests and maintain records of product samples, review copies, catalogs, cover images and other supplemental materials for all sales reps (school/library, trade, etc.).
  7. Complete and file required paperwork for vendor applications, title adoptions, regional bids, and various other contractual opportunities.
  8. Support school and library sales reps by completing quotations, title correlations, specialized lists, and other sales related projects.
  9. Fulfill requests and maintain record of school and library rep sales expenses, including exhibit charges.
  10. Distribute sales leads (including, but not limited to, grant announcements, new school openings, and digital trial recipients) to the appropriate members of the school and library sales force.
  11. Compile seasonal school and library rep materials.
  12. Assist with customer inquiries, competitive analysis and sell sheet acquisition.
  13. Maintain seasonal cover images and distribute to wholesalers/distributors and other customers as requested for customers who do not receive an ONIX feed.
  14. Assist with periodic updates to and maintenance of internal data management system.
  15. Manage title submission and maintain ongoing records for leveling organizations such as Accelerated Reader, Lexile, Fountas & Pinnell, etc.
  16. Organize and maintain department’s library with the assistance of interns when available.
  17. Perform other related business duties assigned by immediate supervisor and/or other management as required.

Experience and Necessary Skills: Proven organizational skills, a strong interest in children’s book publishing, and the ability to prioritize projects and daily tasks to meet long-term and short-term deadlines. Must be detail oriented and adept at handling multiple projects. Minimum of one-year computer experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Education: A bachelor’s degree or equivalent


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