Customer Problem Management
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We are now looking for a Customer Problem Manager who will be responsible for the execution and reactive maintenance activities to ensure that services provided to Operators’ customers are continuously available and performing to Service Level Agreement (SLA) performance levels.
You will also be responsible for receiving trouble reports from the Operator's Customer Care Center (or from the Operator's customer directly in some very specific cases), resolving them to the customer's satisfaction and providing meaningful status on repair and/or restoration activity to the Customer Care Center (or to the Operators’ customers).
It is also responsible for customer affecting problems detected by other processes or through analysis, including informing the customer and resolving these specific problems to the customer's satisfaction.
Education: Bachelor in Engineering (B.E/ B.Tech in IT, Telecom
- Minimum years of experience: 3-5 years’ experience of deploy system test and lead testing team.
- Domain experience: area of expertise – (Recruiter to supply) e.g. Cloud, BSS, OSS etc.
- Knowledge of Managed Service telecom operations practice
- Knowledge sharing and collaboration skills
- Ericsson knowledge
- English skills
- Delivering results & meeting customer expectations
- Working with people
- Handle instructions & procedures
- Applying expertise & technology
- Customer event management
- Customer incident management
- Customer problem management
- Customer order handling
- ISEB/ISTQB software testing qualifications would be an advantage
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