Route Check - in Coordinator

Company Name:
Route Check - in Coordinator-10148978
Cintas is currently looking for a Route Check-in Coordinator to manage inventory levels, control material cost, verify billing and collections, and ensure the accurate delivery of products to our customers. The Route Check-in Coordinator is responsible for reviewing the paperwork and account information of each Service Sales Representative (Route Driver) as he returns from route each day to ensure accuracy and consistent customer relations. The selected individual will work daily and closely with Service Sales Representatives and members of management to achieve goals set in the areas mentioned. Other responsibilities of the Route Check-in Coordinator may involve supporting the Service Department by making special customer delivery requests that are not part of the normal delivery schedule. In addition, the Route Check-in Coordinator may also be called upon to act as a "floater" in the Service Department, to occasionally cover open routes during vacation and holiday schedules. Responsibilities related to acting as a "floater" or making special customer deliveries will include driving a company owned vehicle to and from customer locations and lifting, carrying and walking clean products into and soiled products out of customer accounts.
A high school diploma or GED, preferred
Previous customer service experience, preferably in an industrial or service industry, preferred
Previous training, instructor, or management/leadership experience, preferred
Availability to start within two weeks after offer made/accepted, preferred
Our Route Check-in Coordinator partners enjoy:
Competitive Pay
401(k)/Profit sharing/ESOP
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance Package
Disability & Life Insurance Package
Paid Vacation & Holidays
Career Advancement Opportunities
Cintas is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V
Job Category: Service
Location: US-AL-Madison
Organization: Rental
Employee Status: Regular
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: First

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