Mommy Jobs Online believes that every company should be able to have a world-class customer service organization, without having to build it all from scratch.
So that’s what we do.
We source, hire, and train, the top 1% of customer service professionals. And then, together, we work with our team of customer service professionals to delight our clients’ customers.
This is a remote, work-from-home position.
We are seeking a professional, dependable, and empathetic customer service professional to join our growing remote team!
Help customers via email, chat and/or phone to ensure they have the best possible experience.
Triage and resolve customer support inquiries/issues effectively and in a timely manner.
Collaborate with our team to improve processes and outcomes
Multitask while maintaining attention to detail and quality
Take ownership of issues and see them through
You must have at least 1 year of online customer service experience in a high-volume, dynamic environment
You must love golf and have a passion for the game
You must be knowledgeable about golf equipment
Comfortable and able to provide phone support
Experience with Zendesk or any other helpdesk software
Experience with Slack or any other online communication tool
Experience providing online customer service for e-commerce companies is a plus
Remote work experience is a plus
You must be able to type quickly and accurately
You must be able to communicate clearly
You must be empathetic
You must be a tireless team-player
You must have a proven record of showing up on time
You are driven to solve problems
Pay: $19.54 hr
To Become An Agent
*Apply at www.mommyjobsonline.com and click on Join Now and select the Customer Service Remote Job Bank Registry to get connected to our remote customer service job positions. Please reference agent id code MJOLGARNETTA when you register online.
Mommy Jobs Online is accepting pre-screening interviews, so please call 1-405-418-6160 and ask for Kimberly.
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