Full-Time Stuba com hiring for Senior Executives Customer Service at Pune
Stuba com is a class leading B2B accommodation booking platform, as a result of two profitable and innovative businesses getting merged. We have been supporting the travel industry since 1991 and have offices across India, UK, Australia, USA and UAE.
Stuba com seeking for Senior Executives Customer Service at Pune
Post Name: Senior Executives Customer Service (non-technical)
– If you love communicating and being a team player, then this could be the opportunity for you! This is an exciting and challenging role for candidates to provide excellent level of customer service (non-technical) when assisting our global B2B customers via email or telephone. The main purpose of the role is to provide an effective and timely resolution to our customer queries.
– Candidates with the ability to multi-task prioritize and communicate effectively internally and externally at all levels, is essential. Those with minimum 1 year of experience from customer service call centre and client handling will be preferred.
– This role requires excellent written and spoken English skills. Any other foreign language will be an added advantage.
Please send your resume along with a covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job location: FC Road, Pune
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