Bid Specialist

Company/organization: O'Reilly Auto Parts
Contact: Advertising Assistant
Phone: 417-862-2674 ext 1328

O’Reilly Auto Parts has provided high-quality auto parts availability and excellent customer service since 1957. Today, as a Fortune 500 company, we are determined to be the leader in the auto parts industry through serving both retail and professional customers. We rely on exceptional team members to support our success and growth every day. 

The Bid Specialist  will be responsible for preparation and tracking of bids as they pertain to O’Reilly Professional Sales. Works closely with the Senior Professional Customer Bid Analyst and Professional Customer Bid Analyst II in support of their duties. Provides support to field management in all areas related to Professional Customer Bids.

Essential Job Functions

  • Work directly with field management to complete vendor registrations
  • Maintain state agency contract reporting
  • Responsible for tracking maintenance fees and submitting request for payment
  • Maintain monthly field management reporting on bid customers
  • Use web based tools to identify and analyze opportunities to participate in upcoming bid processes
  • Monitor performance of current bids

Skills and Qualifications

  • Work closely with Pricing to identify opportunities in margin growth
  • Complete daily bids for assigned accounts
  • Professional Bids mailbox administration
  • Post information to company intranet site
  • Track changes in customer buying habits
  • Attend company meetings and training as required

This is a full-time opportunity; Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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O'Reilly Auto Parts is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the Company to treat all applicants for employment and all team members in a manner that does not discriminate against them because of their race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, military obligation, or disability.

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