Diabetes Customer Service Specialist

About us:

AMSL is a rapidly growing company in the health care sector. We provide our customers with an innovative range of products and are recognised in our industry for delivering exceptional customer service and support. A positive friendly team environment exists, with opportunities for career progression.

Job Description:

We are seeking an enthusiastic team member to join our Diabetes Operations Team. In this role, you will be taking general enquiries and orders phone calls, and liaising with the other members of the Diabetes Team and the wider AMSL team. In this role you will be supporting the Diabetes Division by communicating with customers via inbound and outbound phone calls and emails, working alongside the Technical Support Team and the Admin team, and completing general administration tasks. 

This is a 9am-5pm Monday-Friday role, working out of our Chatswood office and 2-3 days from home. Given current COVID restrictions, the role will commence working from home full-time until further notice. 

About you:

A successful candidate will be able to work in a close team environment with a positive and upbeat attitude. You do not need prior experience to be successful in this role, however the following skills and experience are preferable:

  • Excellent phone manner and enjoy talking to people
  • Administration and data entry experience
  • Good time management skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Good computer skills and computer literacy
  • Work both independently and as part of a team

If you believe that you have these skills, please apply now with a cover letter highlighting why you are the perfect fit for this role.

To find out more information about AMSL Diabetes visit www.amsldiabetes.com.au 

Diabetes Customer Service Specialist

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Jobs / Call Centre & Customer Service

Sydney NSW

Annually - Full time

8 months ago

About us:AMSL is a rapidly growing company in the health care sector. We provide our customers with an innovative range of products and are recognised


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