Customer Service with German and Spanish
Posted: 31 October 2018 01:42 PM  
Total Posts:  53
Joined  2018-05-30

As a Truck Insurance Agent, you will be working in the customer service division and reporting to your team lead. Your objective will be to assist the clients in the best possible way.

You will be responsible for:

- Receiving inbound calls from clients
- Helping with problem solving
- Supplying all the necessary information
- Attending the customers’ needs
- Providing excellent customer service

We are looking for candidates with the following experience, skills and qualifications:

- Fluent level of German and Spanish with an intermediate level of English

- At least one year of experience in customer service
- Experience in a help-desk position would be a plus

Soft skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Good telephone manner

- Stable professional background

We offer:

- 20K + Multiple company benefits
- Incorporation starting in November
- Shift: 14.30-22.00, from Monday to Friday

Compensation by experience levels:

- Flexible compensation plan
- Compensation for food
- Variable remuneration

Insurance and assistance:

- Extended life insurance
- Travel assistance insurance
- Health insurance
- Services for the home
- Telephone legal assistance
- Discounts on travel, food, technology, etc.

Loans and advances:

- Personal
- From the company without interests
- Extraordinary advances of salary

Corporate health and welfare:

- Physiotherapy and osteopathy
- Medical care services
- Teleconsultation service for employees and relatives
- Training on healthy habits
- Gympass

Other benefits:

- Help for daycare
- Formations
- Language courses


Posted: 31 October 2018 08:46 PM   [ # 1 ]  
Total Posts:  1682
Joined  2005-12-05

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