VANRATH are delighted to be assisting a leading Professional Services company with the recruitment of a Call Handler. Fantastic company to work in, one of the best company cultures in NI and opportunities for progression.
Shifts are held over Monday to Friday (1 Hour Lunch). No weekend working. Permanent position.
This role will be based at the companies Magherafelt office.
£22,500 + other Fantastic Additional Benefits (Top Company) & Progression Opportunities
* Act as the first point of contact, providing support for all customer queries
* Provide an exceptional level of customer service, communicating to customers in a professional manner
* Responsible for the administration for a specific contract(s)
* Triage/pass all new repair requests and assign to relevant department, Supervisor/s or subcontractor for action.
* Work as part of a team to prioritise and manage the workload
* Ensure customers are kept up to date, ensuring any issues are escalated to management
* Monitoring of target dates for jobs, tracking updates and job status
* Liaising with internal stakeholders regularly providing accurate and detailed information
* Job completions, updating and reviewing system/data input.
* Inputting codes on completions readying them for invoicing.
The Ideal Person
- Experience working in similar role (Customer Support &/or Admin)
- Experience dealing with Customer calls
- Excellent communication skills
- IT Literate
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