|Post Name||Service Coordinator|
|Company Name||Johnson Controls|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Location||Brampton, ON, Canada L4T|
|Min Salary||CAD 57000 to|
|Max Salary||CAD 60000 Per Year|
Jobs in Canada for Indian Graduates Freshers, This is a 24-hour call center. Hours vary from 8 am to 10 pm – must be flexible to hours. There are scheduled shifts.
How you will do it:
- Monthly/weekly Reporting of Service Tickets for local customers.
- Assist Service Manager and Service Team leaders in coordinating Service department tasks
- Create POs to vendors to purchase parts needed for service tickets, and for local stock.
- Work with the Installation Teams on handing over process for completed projects.
- Collect and Analysis data from Service tickets to measure the efficiency and improve the quality of our services.
- Follow up with the customers and collect their feedback.
- Gathering all necessary information for final close-out documents.
- Perform administrative functions including, but not limited to, answering phones, correspondence with customers, filing, and other duties.
What we look for:
- College Diploma preferred, high school diploma or equivalent required, plus one to two years of related work experience, preferably within a service/sales, or technical work environment.
- Must have strong interpersonal skills to effectively communicate with both internal and external clients.
- Must have the ability to simultaneously handle a large and diverse number of projects, tasks, and issues with tact, cooperation, and persistence. Ability to prioritize work activities based on the financial impact on desired business goals.
- Experience and/or basic project accounting or costing principles is desired.
- Must have proficient computer skills within the following applications: Microsoft Word, Excel, ACCESS, Desktop Publishing, and Internet business application usage.
- Must demonstrate the ability to perform work independently and demonstrate solid organizational and attention to detail skills.
- Availability to work any shift is required.
Johnson Controls and each of its Canadian subsidiaries are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants, candidates, and employees with disabilities, in accordance with applicable human rights legislation and in Ontario, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”).
If you are an individual with a disability and you require accommodation during the application process, please visit www.johnsoncontrols.com/careers.
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