About the role
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our team working remotely from the comfort of your home. This role will be supporting the response to the current pandemic and will involve inbound calls, largely related to appointment scheduling, general queries and new registrations forming part of a team of Contact Handlers.
In return for your hard work, you will receive a great deal of recognition for your work, but we also offer several tangible benefits such as:
The opportunity to gain further qualifications through external training
Excellent career progression and training opportunities
Employee pension + Life insurance
A great working environment with a fantastic team of people
Go-centric* is a dynamic Business Process Outsourcer (BPO) based in Glasgow’s city centre. We pride ourselves on being a people-centred business; with every one of our ever-growing team striving to provide an excellent customer experience on behalf of our clients.*
We are ambitious and we have high expectations when it comes to delivering operational excellence, with each of our highly trained contact centre personnel being highly competent, intelligent and empathetic multi-taskers who deliver service with passion, professionalism, and integrity, setting us apart from our competitors and exceeding our client expectations.
Every one of our experienced, skilled, and talented people contribute towards the same goal, delivering the highest standard of client and customer focused, operational excellence.
To maintain our continuous improvement strategy, we offer excellent training and progression opportunities for people who want to grow and develop their career and the team.
We want you to become a crucial part of the go-centric vision; to create a partnership that helps organisations meet their operational challenges through the provision of contact centre operational excellence and continuous improvement.
If all that appeals and you think you’ve got the heart and commitment to become part of a fantastic team, we want to hear from you.
Undertake telephone support with members of the public (inbound calls)
Taking calls from members of the public looking to register their details
Provide advice to the caller in line with processes and procedures
Escalate and refer challenging or complex cases or incidents
Working to a script to rescheduling appointments
You will work to clearly defined targets and deadlines and your performance will be continuously measured and reviewed with the support of training as required.
A quiet and secluded room (where you won’t be interrupted)
Desk/table and chair – somewhere to sit comfortably
Additional equipment (headset, mouse, etc.)
Experience in customer service, sales, research, administration, or other telephone based
A conscientious and reliable person with a positive ‘can do’ attitude is required for this role
You must be flexible to adapt to changes in working hours according to the business needs
Motivation, focus, consistency, and time management are extremely important skills for this role as you will be given targets to meet on a daily basis and will be required to manage your time in order to meet these
A pleasant, polite, and courteous telephone manner and excellent communication skills are essential in this role
Listening skills are particularly important as your role will require you to listen to a respondent and probe for further detail whilst keeping the conversation on track and in line with the scripted questionnaire
Accuracy is a key skill spanning the role both in capturing respondent feedback and during data entry
Good command of the English language, spelling, grammar and keyboard skills are all essential skills for this role
Computer literacy skills are essential as you will be required to use Microsoft Word and Excel as well as other data capture software where training will be provided
Shift patterns are on a rotational basis, working any 40 hours between 8am-8pm Monday to Sunday, usually working 5 days over 7 including several weekends.
Disability in the Workplace :
Please note, go-centric are a certified Disability Confident employer, and subscribe to the guidance in the Two Ticks Scheme.
Under the Equality Act 2010 we, as the employer, are legally obligated to interview anyone with a disability that meets the minimum criteria for the post, offering any reasonable adjustments that may be required in order to complete the recruitment process and/ or the role itself.
For more information regarding this please visit: www.direct.gov.uk/en/DisabledPeople/Employmentsupport/LookingForWork/DG_4000314
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