Customer Coordinator

  • Full Time
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Pertemps currently have an exciting opportunity for a Customer Coordinator to join a large organisation with great career prospects, benefits package and team environment. As a Customer Coordinator working in a busy training department, you will keep plates spinning by juggling client bookings, provide administrative support and excellent customer service – with a smile. This is currently a role working from home, with 1 day a week based at the office on an alternative rota. As a Customer Coordinator you will also be expected to work on your own initiative, deliver fantastic customer service, be a natural people-person and have the drive and hunger to succeed.

• You will be responsible for the administration of arranging courses including liaising with venues, delegates and trainers. • As an outsourced training partner, you will provide excellent customer service to a range of clients mainly over the telephone – so a confident telephone manner is a must. • The job involves managing multiple email inboxes, so you must be super organised and good at prioritising with a keen eye for detail. • Producing and dealing with invoicing.

• The ability to speak European languages would be an advantage, but is not essential. This is a full time position based on the outskirts of Plymouth, with full-time working hours Monday – Friday (37. 5 hours a week). With a pay rate of 17,000- 18,000 (Could be negatiable depending on experience) 25 days of annual leave per year, an extra day off on your birthday (nobody should work on their birthday.

) and bank holidays. If you have previous administrative experience, great communication skills and a customer service background, please click apply now with your CV in word format.   This role is being handled by Chelsea Walker in the Pertemps Plymouth branch.

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To apply, please visit the following URL:http://www.reed.co.uk/jobs/customer-coordinator/41422040→








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