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Head of Contact Centre
East Midlands

About the Role

Dynamic, fast paced & growing market leading organisation is seeking a highly experienced Head of Contact Centre to support the continued growth of their organisation. This pivotal position requires a dynamic, extremely experienced and highly commercial contact centre professional.

The purpose of this role:

Leading a large and growing operation the successful person will be ultimately responsible for the growing operation.

To develop and implement a successful contact centre strategy. To set the direction for and lead all activity & deliver exceptional results and world-class performance across Service, Support and Complaints.

Accountable for:

  • Define and deliver service objectives for all teams across the organisation
  • Responsible for implementing a world class service culture.
  • Proactively support the development of the contact centre strategy¬†
  • Manage costs and income within an agreed budget, driving improvements where possible.
  • Ensure the customers are at the heart of any new model or strategy
  • Ensure that the team is highly motivated, and demonstrating the right behaviors

Essential Skills/Knowledge:

  • In depth previous experience (5 years +) of senior leadership and management of teams in a large contact centre environment, both inbound and outbound. Must be able to demonstrate that this has been successful.
  • Substantial experience in personally delivering step change performance in such an environment.
  • Demonstrates a proven track record of strong commercial and financial acumen to enable the production of business cases, management of large operational budgets and optimisation of core business process on a cross-functional basis.
  • Demonstrable strong commercial management skills in a P&L environment.¬†

This is a terrific role for a talented, resilient and energetic Contact Centre professional.

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