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Jul 172018
 

Job Description
1. Application details: 【Tokyo / English】 Operation manager of Telemarketing Team.
2. Contract type: Regular employees,
3. Location: USA, New York
4. Job purpose
To lead and manage the Tele marketing team and share the result and the problems of their marketing activity with clients. To build strong relationship with clients based on trust.
Responsibility:
◼) Communication with clients ⇒ Business Report, Inquiries Response, and Meeting (Note: All in English) ◼ Operation management ◼ Current status analysis, problem solving, task fulfillment
※ We will conduct overall training after joining the company. After assignment to each part, training will be conducted as necessary within the department. Separately participate in client study sessions and training
⇒ Organize weekly sales meetings to grasp GAP, lead the problem solving and achievement of issues
5. Working hours: 09:00 to 18:00
6. Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
7. Qualification:
◼ English proficiency business level or higher
◼ Management experience of in any field (more than 2 years and more than 10 people)
【Preferable】
• Experience in a division such as Sales/ call center/ HR/ Marketing
• Logical thinking (→good at analyzing)

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