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Netflix Customer Service Representative (Non-IT, Remote) ? US

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Netflix Customer Service Representative (Non-IT, Remote) – US
Netflix, a worldwide diversion pioneer, is looking for a devoted and client centered person to join our dynamic group as a Client assistance Delegate. As a trailblazer in the streaming business, Netflix keeps on reforming the manner in which individuals all over the planet consume diversion.
Position: Netflix Client support Delegate (Non-IT, Remote)
Give excellent client support to Netflix endorsers, tending to requests, settling issues, and guaranteeing a positive client experience.
Convey actually and expertly through different channels, including telephone, email, and visit.
Work together with cross-useful groups to raise and determine complex client concerns.
Remain informed about Netflix items, administrations, and approaches to actually help clients.
Required Abilities:
Phenomenal relational abilities with a solid order of English, both composed and verbal.
Client centered approach with the… capacity to relate issue settle.
Capability in far off specialized apparatuses and the capacity to adjust to advancing advancements.
Solid hierarchical abilities and meticulousness in a high speed climate.
Capacity to work freely and cooperatively inside a remote group.
Secondary school recognition or same; professional education liked.
Past involvement with client support or a connected field is worthwhile.
Knowledge of real time features and media outlet patterns is an or more.
Instructions to Apply:
On the off chance that you are energetic about conveying extraordinary client care in a distant climate and flourish in a dynamic, creative organization like Netflix, we welcome you to go after the Client assistance Delegate job. Kindly present your resume, alongside an introductory letter featuring your significant experience, to Netflix Professions.
Join Netflix and be essential for a group that shapes the eventual fate of diversion