Job: Customer Service Administrator, AMP Technology Centre, Rotherham

The AMP Technology Centre is a key part of the Advanced Manufacturing Park located in Rotherham, South Yorkshire and provides a cluster of workspaces, production units and R&D facilities for 21st century engineering and energy related sectors. With major global brands such as Boeing and Rolls Royce already located here, and at the heart of a cluster of many leading manufacturing and engineering companies located across South Yorkshire, the Advanced Manufacturing Park is one of the leading places in the UK for advanced manufacturing and engineering businesses.

The role of Customer Service Administrator is varied and demanding, you will support the day to day running of the buildings and ensure customers are receiving high levels of customer service in a high quality working environment. Part of the duties will be to market and communicate the service offer to potential customers as well as overseeing maintenance, cleaning and security contracts. You must have outstanding customer service skills and be organised, responsible and efficient.

Creative Space Management is an exciting company to work for and we believe our employees are crucial to our business.

A full job description and information on how to apply can be found here.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 10th November 2019.

what our clients say

Moving to the Technology Centre provides enhanced facilities that enable us to satisfy our expanding client base and take the company forward.

Michael Thorogood, Director, Eadon Consulting.

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