Joyeux Noël! Athens Calling French Speakers for CC/TS Roles
This is a place where we believe in people. Where teamwork wins. This is a place where we work for people. That's how we put commitment into practice. This is the company that inspires you to learn, to teach, to grow. Our employees are the most valuable assets!
We are always looking for the best!
Having strong communication skills and an eye for detail are two crucial skills for Customer Service Representatives. Our employees are problem-solvers with strong listening, speaking and decision-making skills. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to converse with a wide variety of people of different cultural backgrounds is also important.
Adapting to the changing needs of customers
Fluency in French & English.
Providing excellent customer service, via phone, chatting& e-mails
Applying innovative solutions to various types of complaints and concerns
Maintaining a professional attitude in challenging situations
Be results-driven and respond positively to feedback
Advanced Tech Skills
Ability to multi-task & manage time effectively
International modern working environment
Opportunity to develop a career within a stable multinational environment – Trainer, Quality Analyst, Team Leader etc.
Extra Payment for Overtime, Sundays and Greek Holidays (75 %)
Extra Payment for night shifts (25%)
Monthly performance Bonus & Bonus of referring new colleagues
Interactive activities within a fun team: team-building, excursions, themed parties, sport events, talent pageants etc
Great relocation package: Airplane Tickets/ Transportation from Airport/
2 Weeks Free Accommodation
Special Discounts & Offers for all employees
Paid training using the latest technology
Ongoing IT and Soft skills training provided by our specialists keeping you updated
2 Extra salaries per year ( Christmas / Easter- Summer)
On-site canteen & Casual dress code
In-House doctor and examination center & Free Greek courses
Employee Relations team to help new hires integrate in the Greek lifestyle and culture