Are you looking for each day to be different? Are you a positive and motivated person looking to be a part of a culture which redefines excellence?
As a Koodo team member, you will be responsible for delivering best-in-class customer service. You will be making genuine connections with every customer while you guide them through choosing the perfect solution for their wireless needs. Telecommunications experience is not needed; we’re looking for someone who can focus on the big picture of creating lasting impressions with our customers. This role is so much more than your typical job!
What we offer you:
Share purchase program with a generous company contribution
Discounts on products and services
A supportive culture promoting recognition and feedback
Opportunities and support for growth & development
A chance to be a part of giving back to your community
What you offer us:
Exceptional customer service by creating meaningful interactions with every customer
Leadership, being a team player and sharing your positive attitude
Ability to embrace and adapt to change in a continuous learning environment
Remaining up to date on the latest and greatest technologies
Who you are:
Outgoing, friendly, enthusiastic and sociable
Focused and committed to creating an experience, not just selling phones
A self-starter who is driven to succeed and exceed goals
Passionate for learning, sharing, and continuously developing
Goal-oriented and focused on providing solutions
elus Communications (stylized as TELUS) is a Canadian national telecommunications company that provides a wide range of telecommunications products and services including internet access, voice, entertainment, healthcare, video, and IPTV television. The company is based in the Vancouver, British Columbia area; it was originally based in Edmonton, Alberta, before its merger with BCTel in 1999. Telus's wireless division, Telus Mobility, offers HSPA+, and LTE-based mobile phone networks. Telus is the incumbent local exchange carrier in British Columbia and Alberta. Telus's primary competitors are Shaw Communications in the Western provinces, and Bell Canada and Vidéotron General Partnership in Quebec.