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Customer Service Representative - Inbound and Outbound Calling

Company: The GreenHouse S & A Company
Location: Vancouver
Posted on: May 3, 2021

Job Description:

We completely train, so no industry experience is required. We pay weekly andprovide great benefits. This is our busiest season, so we are looking to hire a new representativeby the end of the week.Top candidates will be energetic, positive, passionate, and want more in life. We are proud of our company environment where team members receive positive feedback, positive energy, and a place to personally grow. We work with union and association members providing the permanent benefits for their families.Position Benefits:Extensive training in all areasNo experience neededGreat benefitsFast-paced, fun environmentOur reps average between $40k-$60k first yearLeadership development trainingGreat weekly pay and bonusesNote: we are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all applicants.The key traits that make people successful in our company are: a strong work ethic, the ability to work in a fast paced environment, and excellent customer service skills. In our experience, we have found that these are natural traits found within people that have worked in the hospitality and food service industries.What we are looking for in you:Team player mentalityPunctualitySales experience is a huge plus as you will be consulting potential customersStrong customer service skillsBasic computer skillsFriendly personalityDetail orientedEager and willing to learnApply now for consideration. We will email you back with interview options.

Keywords: The GreenHouse S & A Company, Vancouver , Customer Service Representative - Inbound and Outbound Calling, Other , Vancouver, Washington

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