Réf. 1973

CDD - Commerce International

Pays : Grèce - Athènes

Début : entre janvier et février 2018
Durée : 6 mois
Rém. : 900€ - 1100€ /mois

Teleperformance Greece

LARUE - Cabinet de recrutement

Do you want to discover Greece? Start your career journey in a beautiful and sunny environment. We promise a unique and multicultural working place, lots of activities and an experienced team which will assist you in your transition to Greece.

Teleperformance Greece, a multinational company with years of outsourced Omni channel customer experience management, was established in 1989 and recognized as “BEST PLACE TO WORK” for 2017.

We encourage everyone to apply for the role of a Customer Care Advisor and to be a brand ambassador for the biggest technological companies in the world!


What does a customer care agent need to do?

  • Receive inbound calls, emails and chat
  • Listen and analyze customer’s problems
  • Work towards the solution of the customer’s issues
  • Make sure you reach the maximum customer satisfaction
  • Manage the length of the calls ensuring minimum customer inconvenience

Profil recherché:

Min. studies : High-school

  • Multilingual speaker (Italian/French/Spanish and English language needed)
  • PC knowledge
  • Willing to relocate in Athens Greece
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize
  • Willing to work in a fast paced environment
  • Available to relocate within a few weeks


Contract : Permanent
Contract duration : Indefinite
Salary range : 950€ netto/month
Greek minimum salary : 580€ netto/month

Workday : Full-time
Vacancies : 50

Extra Payment for Overtime, Sundays, Greek Holidays (75 %) and night shifts (25%)
2 Extra salaries per year after the 1st year (Christmas / Easter- Summer)
Monthly performance Bonus (0 to 250 EUR) & Bonus of referring new colleagues
Great relocation package : Airplane Tickets/ Transportation from Airport and free accommodation for 2 weeks

In-House doctor and support team for your relocation


Teleperformance Greece
Service Recrutement
105 62 Athina

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