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5146993
Security Customer Service Manager, Based Birmingham / Wolverhampton area, £32K rising to £35K + Benefits

Position: Security Customer Service Manager
Salary: £32K rising to £35K + Benefits
Location(s): Based Birmingham / Wolverhampton area
Job description: The Role:
As Security Customer Service Manager you will take full responsibility for operating a diverse portfolio of retail and commercial customer contracts across 25 sites. Predominately security officer orientated you will be accountable for all aspects of your mini business and be conversant with the companys contractual responsibilities continually.
Promote active engagement, involvement and consultation with clients.
Provide excellent and compliant service delivery.
Meet all SLAs and KPIs.
Ensure that establishment levels are fully adhered to and recruitment is a proactive activity.
Ensure full hours compliance is achieved.
Actively certify staff safety and capability using the welfare visit programme.
Undertake investigations in a timely manner and feedback comprehensively.
Undertake any other duties as the business requires.

Candidate profile: The Person:
Previous experience in a similar role managing a diverse portfolio retail and commercial contracts.
Strong leadership, staff Supervision/Management skills.
Communicate confidently and effectively, verbally and in writing.
Effective problem solving skills.
Demonstrate a clear commercial understanding particularly relating to P&L.
Work in an unsupervised environment.
Work effectively under pressure in a deadline driven environment.
Present a high degree of professionalism.
Be highly flexible in the approach to business needs.
Demonstrate Retail Management/Supervision experience.
Be conversant with HR and H&S legislation.


To Apply for this Vacancy send your CV to John Woolf on 01206 329021,
or by e-mail to jwoolf@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 5146993.
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Details last updated at 18:10 on Thursday 14 December 2017
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Good customer service skills
Good written and verbal communication
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Principal Accountabilities:
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- Annual bonus up to 25,000 aed, dependant on individual/company performance
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Position: Loss Prevention Manager - Limerick, Ireland
Location(s): Limerick, Republic of Ireland
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