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CUSTOMER CARE ADVISOR

Posted By: Kellyta

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2022

Remuneration: $3,000.00

Mobile: +584142026539

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We are a growing international company based in Singapore and we're looking for self-driven individuals to join our team. The vacancies are open to Singaporean and Singapore PR living already in the Country are welcome to apply. No prior experience required but would be an advantage to have basic knowledge of Customer Service and Chinese language.



Job Description


• To coordinate with customers both local and regional on correspondence: - enquires, quotations, order confirmation, after-sales & shipment matters.


• Carry out Proactively activity as instructed by Key Account Manager and work closely to understand and handle any issue that may arise


• To co-ordinate with Germany HQ, shipment instructions


• To liaison with 3PL on shipment arrival, repacking & dispatch


• To assist the Customer Care manager on any other matter


Salary range


SGD 2,500-3,000


Working hours
9:30 -6:30


Working Location


10 UBI CRESCENT


Requirements:


• Minimum 1-year experience in administration work & work experience as a logistic administrator


• Ability to fluently speak, read & write English


• Able to work independently and as a team player


• Knowledge of Microsoft word, excel & knowledge of ERP systems, preferably NAV & SAP


• O level & above


• Able to start work immediately


To apply, send us by email the following:


1.) Resume
2.) Cover letter that highlights your skills and when are you available for a phone interview.



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