Customer Service Representative

No matter what line of work you're in, if you want to team with a company that realizes continued success not only depends on superior customer service and products, but also the growth and ambition of its entire workforce, UniFirst Corporation is the company for you.
Today we are one of the largest companies in the garment services industry employing over 10,000 people and servicing well over 200,000 customer locations in 45 states, Canada and Europe.
Are you a "people person" who loves delivering outstanding customer service? We are currently seeking an entry level CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE to Handle telephone inquires and taking orders over the phone Data entry Provide inside support to sales representatives Help resolve any customer issues regarding their account Process credits and exchanges Collection of Accounts Receivables Receive "walk-in" customers, i.
show samples, measure, take orders Assist in various telemarketing projects The chosen individual will posses strong interpersonal skills and have a professional and pleasant telephone manner.
The successful candidate is a strong team player and capable of working independently.
He/she enjoys dealing with people and resolving problems.
Experience on an AS400 system with some PC exposure is a definite asset.
Major medical, vision, dental and prescription drug insurance 401(k) retirement plan with company match Life insurance Short and long-term disability insurance Paid vacations, holidays and sick time Paid bereavement, jury duty and military leave Discounted employee purchase program And many more! Job Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent experience Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) Data Entry UniFirst Corporation is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

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