Customer Service Representative with Danish / Swedish / Norwegian / Finnish

  • Instytut Rozwoju Kapitału Ludzkiego
  • Riga, Latvia
  • Apr 30, 2019
Full time Call Center Consultant Customer Service Telecommunications

Job Description

Would you like to combine your foreign language skills with your job?

Are you an active listener and positive person? We have a job for you!

 

Customer Service Representative with Danish / Swedish / Norwegian / Finnish

Place of work: Riga (Latvia)

 

Requirements:

- Fluent language skills in Danish / Swedish / Norwegian /

Finnish (writing and speaking) (B2+/C1)

- Intermidiate English level (B1/B2)

- Active listening skills and high communication level

 

We offer:

- Employment contract

- Full-time or part-time job with flexible working hours

- Benefits bundle – private health care, sport card, group life insurance

- Work in the morern office with a relax area

- Relocation bundle

- Full paid professional training

- Double salary for work while the weekend

- Lots of wage bonuses and promotion opportunities

 

You will take care of:

- our customers (scandinavian languages speakers) by incoming phonecalls, chat messages and e-mail

- Providing information and solving occurring problems

- Preparation of statements and reports

- Analysis of customer needs and expectations

 

Interested with this job? Apply now!

Send your CV to the e-mail address m.czarnecka@irkl.pl

We will call you back and tell more about job details

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