Deal Specialist (multiple foreign languages)

Hungarian - Dutch - Italian

Nivel cariera

Middle (2-5 ani), Entry (0-2 ani)

Limbi vorbite

portugheză, germană, italiană

Adresa/ adresele jobului

București


Deal Specialist’s role is to act as a partner for Oracle Sales force, in a multicultural environment, by creating high quality contract documentation, in a timely manner, necessary for closing the deals between Oracle and its customers.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide support for the sales force during negotiation stages in structuring the deals.
Drafting and processing contracts documentation for products and services.
Ensuring compliance with Oracle guidelines and policies.
Understanding and keeping up to date with the systems & applications used by Oracle.

A DEAL SPECIALIST IS IN CHARGE OF :

Contract Process – supporting sales representatives during the contract processes by drafting contracts for license and consulting engagements.
Understanding and applying current business practices, pricing policies, revenue recognition policies, migration policies, risk management, credit and current sales compensation guidelines;
Validation Process – assisting Sales with the entire booking package process (ordering document, exhibits, agreement and purchasing documentations, signatures on all relevant documents, as well as various other contract related functions).
Customer Service - interaction with several Oracle departments to provide the highest level of support to sales and help protect Oracle’s interests

QUALIFICATIONS:

Fluency in English and Hungarian/Dutch/ German/ Italian/ French or Spanish language is a must
University degree or student in terminal year (desirable financial/economic).
Minimum of 6 months work experience.
Excellent communications and computer skills.
Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and priorities.
Flexibility in work schedule.

Please submit your CV in English. Thank you!

As part of Oracle’s employment process candidates will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process, prior to an offer being made. This will involve identity and employment verification, salary verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).