PT. XL AXIATA, Tbk
LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO BE SMALL, MEDIUM OR LARGE
Are you ready to XL and become our World Class Talents ?
END-TO-END SERVICE SPECIALIST
* Bachelor's degree from accredited university with strong academic performance
* Minimum of 5 years working experience, with at least 3 years experience in customer-centric back-end role (strategy/business process redesign) in Telco/Banking/Hospitality industry
* Strong capability to gather and analyze information
* Exposure in integrating customer and business insight to drive creation and implementation of strategy
* Excellent persuasive and influence skills
* Excellent communication skill
* To design the strategy and standards of people, process, policies, tools across all XL's service touch points (e.g. Customer Service, XL Center) in order to enhance customer experience.
* To implement the strategy and standards in collaboration with relevant functions, including the process owners.
Send CV to firstname.lastname@example.org on Friday 25 June 2010 at the latest.
Put job title and job code as the subject of email
Only short listed candidates will be notified
Thursday, June 17, 2010
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