The customer service sector covers all aspects of customer service, from understanding and meeting customer needs, giving a great customer experience, learning from feedback and promoting your products and services.
The customer service sector is all about covering all aspects of customer service, from understanding and meeting customer needs, giving a great customer experience, learning from feedback and promoting your products and services. Customer Service Specialist needs to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and behaviours as well as strong product and/or service knowledge.
Business Administrators ensure the smooth and effective running of businesses and organisations and are required across a range of industries. They are responsible for supporting their team in all administrative tasks, such as organising files, maintaining records, arranging meetings, typing up documents and liaising with internal and external customers.
Business administrators are found in most industries, including retail, hospitality, finance, health care, logistics, supply chain management, marketing, sales, and information technology. As a business administrator, you can work in human resources, project management, accounting, or operations.
Scott Atkinson, 28, and Gary Errington, 26, both earned First Class Honours Degrees in Mechanical Engineering, having progressed rapidly since signing up with the Birtley firm as young apprentices in 2006 and 2008 respectively.
The duo excelled over the four-year degree, undertaken via day-release at Northumbria University, and are now focused on putting theory into practice at Komatsu.
Scott Atkinson and Gary Errington - Mechanical Technician