Profession call centre supervisor
Call centre supervisors oversee call centre employees, manage projects and understand technical aspects of the call centre activities.
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- Enterprising / Conventional
- Employment law
The law which mediates the relationship between employees and employers. It concerns employees' rights at work which are binding by the work contract.
- Call routing
The technique of placing calls from one point to another in the fastest possible way to avoid tolls and congestion.
- Call-centre technologies
The wide range of telecommunications hardware and software such as automated phone systems and communication devices.
- Call quality assurance management
Recording systems and monitoring procedures used in keeping track of call quality and methods for improvement.
- Characteristics of products
The tangible characteristics of a product such as its materials, properties and functions, as well as its different applications, features, use and support requirements.
- Characteristics of services
The characteristics of a service that might include having acquired information about its application, function, features, use and support requirements.
- Maintain high quality of calls
Establish high quality standards and instructions for calls.
- Supervise data entry
Supervise the entry of information such as addresses or names in a data storage and retrieval system via manual keying, electronic data transfer or by scanning.
- Perform data analysis
Collect data and statistics to test and evaluate in order to generate assertions and pattern predictions, with the aim of discovering useful information in a decision-making process.
- Manage business knowledge
Set up structures and distribution policies to enable or improve information exploitation using appropriate tools to extract, create and expand business mastery.
- Secure sensitive customer's information
Select and apply security measures and regulations related to sensitive customer information with the aim of protecting their privacy.
- Manage ICT project
Plan, organize, control and document procedures and resources, such as human capital, equipment and mastery, in order to achieve specific goals and objectives related to ICT systems, services or products, within specific constraints, such as scope, time, quality and budget.
- Create solutions to problems
Solve problems which arise in planning, prioritising, organising, directing/facilitating action and evaluating performance. Use systematic processes of collecting, analysing, and synthesising information to evaluate current practice and generate new understandings about practice.
- Measure call quality
Calculate the total quality of a call including the ability to reproduce a user's voice, and the system's ability to limit impairment during conversation.
- Interpret automatic call distribution data
Interpret information of call distribution system, a device that transmits incoming calls to specific groups of terminals.
- Analyse staff capacity
Evaluate and identify staffing gaps in quantity, skills, performance revenue and surpluses.
- Forecast workload
Predict and define workload needed to be done in a certain amount of time, and the time it would take to perform these tasks.
- Perform project management
Manage and plan various resources, such as human resources, budget, deadline, results, and quality necessary for a specific project, and monitor the project's progress in order to achieve a specific goal within a set time and budget.
- Train employees
Lead and guide employees through a process in which they are taught the necessary skills for the perspective job. Organise activities aimed at introducing the work and systems or improving the performance of individuals and groups in organisational settings.
- Present reports
Display results, statistics and conclusions to an audience in a transparent and straightforward way.
- Have computer literacy
Utilise computers, IT equipment and modern day technology in an efficient way.
Optional knowledge and skillsuse customer relationship management software tolerate stress teamwork principles adapt to changing situations apply information security policies manage staff analyse call performance trends speak different languages recruit employees build rapport with people from different cultural backgrounds provide customer follow-up services abide by business ethical code of conducts
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