Collins McNicholas

Medical Customer Support Specialist with one year’s experience in a regulated environment.   Must be fluent in Spanish and English.  Galway City

Requirements:

  • Experience in working in a regulated environment and be capable of providing excellent customer support with challenging technical complaints.
  • Ideally the individual would have scientific qualification with minimum 1 year experience.
  • Fluency in Spanish is essential. Must be fluent in English.
  •  Experience in Trouble shooting/Technical query handling essential.
  •  Communicate technical knowledge to both customers and colleagues as necessary.
  •  Flexibility to react to the changing business goals.  
  • Strong IT experience i.e. SAP,  CRM package, SFDC etc.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Noeleen Stewart on 091706712 or email noeleen.stewart@collinsmcnicholas.ie.

 

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