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German Speaking Customer Support, Prague



Prague, Czech Republic 

Job Category:

Customer Service

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Job Description:

Have you ever wanted to live in Czech Republic, one of the most popular destinations in Europe that is famed for endless rolling hills, castles of every description, and some of the best beer Europe (or possibly the world) has to offer? In Prague, the beating heart of the Czech Republic, we have an exciting opportunity for ambitious individuals who are looking to develop their careers. Our client is currently looking for a German speaking Customer Service Agent to be based in Prague, Czech Republic.
Main Duties:
  • Speak to customers via phone, email, and live chat, answering questions and offering help when required.
  • Keep accurate records of customer accounts and escalate issues internally when needed.
  • On occasion, your language skills might be utilized for translations.

Job Requirements:

  • The ability to speak and write German at a native level.
  • A positive, ‘can do’ attitude and strong communication skills.
  • Prior experience in a similar role would be beneficial, but the willingness to learn is the most important pre-requisite.
What Is On Offer?
  • Competitive salary package.
  • Positive working environment.
  • Opportunity for career progression.
To find out more about this great opportunity and many others, get in touch with the SpotOn Connections team by hitting apply. We have Customer Support roles for speakers of many languages across Europe with positions based in Greece, Portugal, Germany, Ireland, Malta, Gibraltar, UK, Czech Republic, and elsewhere.
We offer a 250 euro ‘refer a friend’ bonus for successfully placed candidates, so please send us any candidates that you feel might be suitable for this role.

Employment Type:

Full time
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