Contact Centre Agent

Posted 08 July 2022
Salary$35 - $40 per hour, Benefits: 6 Month Contract within an organisation for helping the disadvantaged within our community
LocationSydney CBD
Job type Full time
DisciplineContact Centre

Job description

Our client is an organisation that is making a difference in the community. They work with the most disadvantaged within our communities and provides 200 services ranging from aged care, homelessness services, child and family care, counselling, employment, training and education and health services.
The Role:
Our client is seeking 4 Contact Centre Agents who will be responsible for answering calls and helping individuals finds the services they need.
Your responsibilities are but not limited to:
  • Managing and responding to enquiries for EVP assistance directed through the EVP telephone helpline number
  • Entering client details and referrals into the EVP Client Relationship Management (CRM) system
  • Providing proactive response or escalation to the Team Leader and Case Management Team (CMT) whenever there are issues of concern or trends in enquiries.
  • Capturing and reporting on key metrics on a weekly basis.
You Will have:
  • Excellent phone manner with advanced written and verbal communications skills
  • Experience in a complaints or a call centre prior
  • Strong computer literacy skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Current Working with Children Check clearance or agreement to get one
If this sounds like you, upload your current resume and click APPLY NOW. Or for more information contact Holly on 02 9200 3675.

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