Role: Graduate Customer Representative
Salary: £28,000 (£40K OTE)
Working for a cloud-based telephony company with a presence across Europe, you will act as the first port of call for new and existing partners, providing a first class service from initial contact right through to sale completion.
The Role: Graduate Customer Representative
As Graduate Customer Representative you will be responsible for delivering an outstanding service, acting as the link between existing Partners and the Product team. The successful candidate will be a personable problem-solver who is resourceful and highly organised.
Graduate Customer Representative - what you get:
- A competitive basic salary £28,000
- £40K OTE
- Excellent scope for professional and personal development
- Full bespoke training
- Fun, modern offices in a highly sought after location
- Regular socials in a welcoming, inclusive environment
- Lucrative bonus/incentive schemes
Providing company solutions, you will communicate with customers over the phone and via email and cover everything from processing orders, providing quotations, troubleshooting and offering advice on company products.
As Graduate Customer Representative you will also provide customer feedback to the sales function and the technical teams, driving continual improvement to technology and internal systems that you use to manage process and assignments.
- Educated to degree level
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ambitious and driven
- Fantastic work ethic
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