Early Intervention Officer - Sept '22

Job Ref: JO-2208-34664_1659607905
Sector: Office
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 04 August 2022
  • Sidcup, Kent Sidcup Kent South East DA15 7AA
  • Blue Arrow
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Early Intervention Officer - Homeworking - Full Time - 6/12 month FTC - 22k - 24,212k
35 Hours per Week between 8am - 8pm
May be required to work occasional Saturday mornings between 9am - 1pm

Closing date for completed applications: 24th August 2022
Interviews will be held from 30th August to 1st September via Microsoft teams
An exciting new team has been created within our busy and vibrant Income Collection Department. The Early Arrears Intervention Team will be responsible for the recovery of both historic and new, early arrears and providing an excellent customer service.

We're looking for people who are;
* Highly motivated,
* Target driven who strive to meet and exceed KPI's
* Great ability to prioritise and manage your own time.
* You must have excellent communication skills, be able to work effectively both as part of a team and independently but most of all, have a real passion to make a difference and help our Customers.

If this sounds like you then don't delay, we would love to hear from you.

Working & Operational Hours
35 Hours per Week between 8am - 8pm
May be required to work occasional Saturday mornings between 9am - 1pm
Training Provided:
This is a homeworking role but there will be up to 4 weeks of training provided which will require you to be at our Sidcup office during the training
You will also be required to attend the Sidcup office approximately every 6 weeks for additional training, coaching and team meetings.

If you are interested in this role and have the experience required, then apply now or call Sharen Cheema 0208 297 8187

04/09/2022 10:11:45
GBP 22000.00 22000.00

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