The Customer Support Specialist role (CSS) is a full-time role that delivers world class customer service for HeartFlow’s web-based medical software products to our research and commercial accounts. The CSS is the technical lifeline for accounts and ensures rapid resolution of issues and the achievement of customer satisfaction and customer loyalty targets.
The CSS will ...
A company is seeking a Bilingual Japanese/English Customer Service Coordinator with 2 years of work experience in Import Export industry. Must speak, read and write Japanese language skill. Basic PC skills are required including Word and Excel. This is a full time position with some over time, non exempt and excellent benefits including 401K. Working location will move to Hayward, CA from ...
A company is seeking a Bilingual Japanese/English Air Export Agent with 3 years of experience in customer service preferred. Must speak, read and write Japanese language skill. Entry level candidate is welcome to apply! Basic PC skills are required including Word and Excel. Knowledge of handling air export for perishable foods (e.g. cherries, strawberries, etc) is a big plus. Ability to lift ...
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