Job DescriptionWhat are we looking for?
There is a hunt on for multilingual speakers (German, French & English) for our outsourcing giant of a client, to fill the position of Technical support agent in their office in Potsdam Germany.
What will you do in this job?
Within this multilingual technical support job it will be your responsibility to deliver first class customer service over both the phone and email, solving problems with both hardware and software of customers. Moreover, you will be expected to maintain and update the customers’ database to ensure that all issues are resolved in a timely and effective manner.
Who will you be working for?
Our client just happens to be an outsourcing giant, employing many various multinationals in Germany and across other European countries and is currently looking for those who speak German + French and English. Careertrotter is proud to say that we have placed a number of happy candidates with this particular client, so we know you will be in good hands.
Who are we looking for?
We are on the lookout for fluent German, French and English speakers, who would preferably have previous experience in IT Support, Customer Service and call centres.
Where would you be working?
Potsdam is where you would be working, the capital city of Brandenburg and bursting with excitement and many activities to do. Potsdam is less than 50 minutes away from Berlin too, so you are never too far away from the main city itself.
Interview & Salary
What’s great about this IT Support job is that the interview takes place over the phone and via the internet which consists of a phone screening by a recruiter and then an in-depth chat with a team leader and lastly an official language check.
If you are successful you get to look forward to a competitive salary of €23,040 as well as a relocation payment of up to €800 with a year’s contract.
This is a great opportunity for those who speak German, French and English and have a longing to travel.
Send us your CV today in English and let’s get the process started.