Apollo Agriculture is seeking for Telesales Agents to:
Conduct Telesales and convert prospective clients.
Make outbound calls to interested farmers to accurately capture their profile in the system; including a detailed registration survey.
Handle inbound calls by farmers and accurately transcribe the recorded details in the recommended format as will be outlined to you.
Diligently handle customers/business partners inquiries via telephone and/or SMS.
Manage and resolve customers/partners complaints.
Provide existing and prospective clients with product and service information by clearly explaining procedures; answering questions and queries; providing information in accordance with the Company’s policies and procedures.
Identify and escalate priority issues that need to be handled at a different level, and do the necessary follow-up of customer concerns.
Accurately document all customer interaction information according to standard operating procedures as the Company shall detail to you from time to time.
Ensure high quality results by adhering to standards and guidelines as well as identify customer service process gaps and recommend improvement in procedures.
Troubleshoot Mobile App Related issues and providing first level resolutions to the customers/business partners.
Ideal candidates need to meet the following minimum requirements:
Be a holder of Undergraduate degree or a diploma certificate.
Conversant with English, Kiswahili and vernacular language.
Self driven and able to work remotely with minimal supervision.
Have basic computer skills and be familiar with Windows or Ubuntu OS.
Access to a stable internet.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Click “APPLY FOR JOB” button above to apply for this job.
About Apollo Agriculture
Apollo helps farmers in emerging markets increase their profits. We use agronomic machine learning, remote sensing, and mobile technology to help farmers access credit, high-quality farm inputs, and customized advice. Our first product is a customized package of farm inputs, farming advice, and credit delivered to farmers in Kenya