Job Requisition Id: 27903
Business Function: Customer Service
Primary City: Mississauga
Province: Ont. - GTA
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Permanent
Language Requirement: English Essential
Employee Class and Level: SL 03
Job Closing Date : 20/01/2020
Reporting to the Manager, Commercial Service, the Service Representative is an integral member of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) team providing after sale service to key account and enterprise commercial customers. The Service Representative responds to inbound phone calls (via IVR), to calls that are escalated from the Service Representative telephony agent for a customer visit or assigned via the CRM case process. Ensures customer concerns and problems are resolved with urgency. Identifies trends in customer complaints and problems to find root cause, assists the customer with resolving the problems and monitors the corrective measures.
Below are the main job requirements and responsibilities for the Service Representative Hybrid.
Investigates and resolves customer problems at the client site; closes the customer call and ensures accurate documentation of problem and solution; for certain types or priorities of calls, places a follow-up call to the customer to confirm problem resolution.
Analyzes trends in customer problems and complaints to determine root cause by reviewing CRM cases; identifies problem areas, communicates with the customers to resolve the problem; regularly monitors the corrective measure to there is no reoccurrence of problem.
Plans, develops and prioritizes customer visits as well as follow-up calls to discuss new products with the customer and to ensure they are satisfied with the product or service offering.
Educates and informs the customers of existing and new product and service offerings, and any changes to Mail Operation processes, including mail preparation, containerization or packaging.
Writes or modifies service proposals. Informs Mail Operations and all stakeholders of the signed agreements and any proposed changes.
Job Responsibilities (continued)
Contributes to the team sales target and CVI target by identifying potential sales opportunities and referring the lead to the sales team.
Participates in the implementation of corporate initiatives at the divisional level and is accountable for the achievement of specific goals based on these initiatives. Calls or visits client site to explain any anticipated changes in product or service offerings.
Keeps up-to-date with basic selling skills and key competitors’ products and services.
Maintains an in-depth knowledge of Canada Post products, networks and transportation, National Distribution Guide, Canada Post Operating Systems and processes, including knowledge of business and financial concepts in order to work with the customer to determine cost savings or service improvement opportunities.
Post-Secondary Degree/Diploma (Equivalent experience may be accepted in lieu of a Post-Secondary Degree/Diploma)
Minimum 2 years’ experience working in commercial customer service or commercial sales in a call centre environment
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (i.e. understand the major features of each software application)
Other Candidate Requirements
Possess a valid provincial driver’s license
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This position may be considered a Safety Sensitive position.
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