Macildowie are currently recruiting for a Customer Service Advisor working for a business based in Coalville.
This is a permanent full time position working hours are 12pm - 9pm Monday - Friday
THE ROLE & YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:
First point of contact for all incoming queries via phone call and E-mail
Email address created to direct all first contact E-mails into which will be monitored by the Reactive Sector
Recording and inputting information into the service failure log
Generate bespoke customer KPI reports in line with customer expectations for all Corporate Accounts
Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports for Customers
Processing all customer returns
Monitoring and auctioning all RCR's
EXPERIENCE SOUGHT IN THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE:
Excellent customer service skills
Highly organised, strong and influential communicator.
Possess a natural ability and desire for problem solving.
Have a high level of literacy and numeracy.
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