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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

Office Administrator

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Fargo, ND

As an Office Administrator-Field you will perform all administrative duties for a Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Centers Commercial Tire Center. Responsibilities will include the following, but will not be limited to:

Billing, credit and collection.

Handling location purchase orders.

Ensuring inventory is secured, stored and only accessible to the associates in accordance with company guidelines.

Maintaining work flow and organization to ensure maximum productivity.

Assisting in maintenance of personnel records in compliance with federal and state regulations, company policy and OSHA regulations and safety requirements.

Filing and other administrative duties.

Reviewing daily sales reports any significant changes in gross profits, inventories and potential bad debt losses.

Maintaining control of all center assets and inventory.

Providing Service Excellence - Always to meet the service goals of the location and of customers.

Answering telephones to talk to internal and external customers.

Opening and closing work orders.

Quoting tire prices, including trade-ins, accurately.


High School Diploma or GED preferred (Two year Associate Degree is desired).

At least one year of previous administrative experience in a customer service environment is preferred.

Good oral and written communication ability.

Must be familiar with general financial and management concepts including cash management, credit & collections, billing & receiving functions, inventory management, accounts payable, and P&L functions.

Must be familiar with computers, including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) and related programs.

18 days 4 hours ago

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company


Office Administrator The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Fargo, ND, United States


Location: Fargo, ND

Company Profile:
Looking back, the founding of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in 1898 seems especially remarkable, for the beginning was anything but auspicious. The 38-year-old founder, Frank A. Seiberling, purchased the company’s first plant with a $3,500 down payment -- using money he borrowed from a brother-in-law Lucius C. Miles. The rubber and cotton that were the lifeblood of the industry had to be transported from halfway around the world, to a landlocked town that had only limited rail transportation. Even the man the company’s name memorialized, Charles Goodyear, had died penniless 30 years earlier despite his discovery of vulcanization after a long and courageous search.