Monday, September 24, 2007

Bank Career at Citigroup (Citibank)

Lowongan Kerja Bank
24 Sep 2007 | Closing Date: 20-10-07.

Citigroup (Citibank)
To be customer service representative for Branch walk-in customers and to provide prompt and effective & solutions to daily customers inquiries.

Customer Service (CS)
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta Pusat)

-Bachelor degree from any discipline from reputable university. Min GPA 3
-Demonstrated services and people oriented
-Have experience in service industry min 1 year
-Sound communication and inter-personal skill
-English proficiency, other language would be added value
-Ability to work under pressure and flexibility of work hours
-Willing to be stationed as local staff

-Manage the transaction traffic within the branch
-Provides quality problem-free, prime and timely service to customers
-Responsible for handling inquiries and maintenance related to banking and card products
-Responsible for ensuring compliance to Audit and Quality Assurance standards are in place within the branch services

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