A leading global company known for a combination of innovation, expertise and quality service is looking for a Call Management Coordinator for a long term contract assignment. This role will provide Call Management System scheduling support to Customers, Service Delivery Team Members, Field Associates, and Business Management Team Members, sharing in the responsibility of meeting customer service performance expectations.
Must be willing to work
- Thursday - Monday 2:30pm-11pm
- Friday - Tuesday 10:30pm-7am
- Monitoring real time operation of the Call Management System to ensure Service Level Agreement (SLA) is being met and all available Customer Service Engineers (CSEs) are actively assigned to calls.
- Continuously monitoring ""white space"" on the Call Management System to ensure maximum productivity of CSE’s.
- Responsible for marking CSE unavailability on the Call Management System chart for emergency situations for standardized documentation and making Business Team aware of those occurrences.
- Reviewing call lists; determining initial urgency and scheduling appropriately thru interface with CSEs, Business Team, and customers.
- Utilizing team/geography knowledge to provide feedback to Business Team to improve resource efficiencies.
- Participating in conference calls as required.
- Escalating urgent service needs and CSE-related issues and concerns to appropriate management team.
- Documenting customer dissatisfaction and field issues and provide to Business Team for appropriate action.
- Documenting customer satisfaction and recognition of CSEs for good performance.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Ability to use logic and understand business efficiency
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate (oral/written) effectively, interface with customers and function well within a team environment
- Microsoft Word and Excel skills
- Ability to learn new systems/software in above average time frame
- Associate's degree preferred
- Experience in customer service, call center, field service or high-volume production scheduling required