Website roverdotcom Rover
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Rover’s Trust & Safety Team is responsible for supporting Rover’s reputation by providing excellent customer care through the prevention and resolution of issues that pose a risk to the company. The Trust & Safety team resolves any possible risk to customers or anything that negatively impacts the customer experience through incident investigation, analysis, and enforcement of Rover.com terms and conditions. We work with business groups to recommend process and policy changes that improve the customer experience and safety of our marketplace.
As a Seasonal Trust & Safety Agent, you will work as the front-line support, assisting customers with highly escalated & emergency issues related to pet & Rover community safety. This work is integral to Rover’s mission and longevity, by ensuring our marketplace standards and policies are upheld. Your work will help resolve critical issues and support our users through multiple work streams including: inbound/outbound calls, and email.
Who we’re looking for:
You will treat customers as part of our community, because we are all passionate about the same thing. You never settle for good enough and always go above and beyond for a customer. You take the initiative to improve yourself and Rover. You bring your unique experiences and passions to your job every day.
To be considered for this role, you must be able to work one or both weekend days, and holidays. Additionally, you must be able to work a 3 month contract from October 3rd, 2022 to mid-January and be present for the entire paid training period from Oct 3rd-Oct 24th.
- Provide inbound and/or outbound customer service for users in crisis.
- De-escalate and educate callers, through clear and accurate exchange of information that leads to a successful resolution and improved marketplace safety.
- Generate and respond to support tickets, emails, and SMS messages in support of resolving active customer incidents e.g. emergency pet care.
- Escalate incidents that require further investigation to the appropriate department.
- Take on ad-hoc duties/projects as assigned by business management as needed.
- Put our user’s first by helping them with empathy and confidentiality in difficult situations.
- 3+ years of experience as a Customer Service Representative in a non-scripted contact center environment or related field
- 2+ years of experience working in a fast-paced, high volume and high stress environment.
- Experience in a veterinary clinic/pet industry is preferred
- Ability to remain empathetic, and compassionate in high stakes emergency situations, and guide customers to efficient solutions.
- High school diploma
- Ability to establish a connection and trust over the phone, email and text platforms while empathizing with the customer and following the Trust and Safety policies and procedures.
- Ability to work independently with limited supervision
- Experience maintaining composure in complex situations
- Ability to make quick and thoughtful decisions under pressure in an ambiguous environment
- Experience identifying root causes of customer service issues and areas of improvement while providing feedback to internal stakeholders
- Able to quickly take accurate typed notes and while talking to members of the Rover community.
- Familiarity with web based applications such as GSuite, CRM tools, and Telephony software.
- Our equipment will require you to have a Cable, DSL, or Fiberoptic internet. For optimal connections, a connection speed of 100 mpbs is preferred