Multilingual Customer Service Recruitment
The customer service team is the frontline of a business, no matter what industry or sector it is operating in. Therefore, sublime customer service skills are a must. Do you consider yourself to be a people person? Can you diffuse tense situations and empathise with people who have problems that need to be solved? Perhaps you’ve already got a proven track record as a customer service rep in your current job or a previous role. Can you speak and write in more than one language, other than English? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may be what our multilingual customer service recruitment team are looking for in a candidate.
As the UK’s leading multilingual recruitment agency, ABL Recruitment can help you take on an exciting challenge working as a multilingual customer service representative.
Before we can put you forward for available vacancies, we need to assess you. This includes establishing whether you have fluency in both the verbal and written form of English and at least one other language.
Beyond that though, we need to look at your employment history and your academic qualifications. Don’t worry though if you have limited work experience or have never worked in customer service before, as we may still be able to find you work.
In addition to all that, we need to look at you as an individual. The multilingual job market is competitive, so we need to find ways that you stand out from the crowd. Things that make you unique. So, we are interested in learning more about your aspirations, goals, likes and dislikes.
If you’re still reading and itching to work in an exciting field where your people skills and multilingual skills can be put to good use, we’re waiting to hear from you.
Contacting us is easy and can be done in several ways, by telephone, email or applying for any positions you see advertised that catch your eye. You can also, if time is not on your side, simply send us your CV directly using the uploader on this page.
What are you waiting for?