Abbott Customer Support Specialist - Field Service (Saskatchewan) in Saskatchewan, Canada
Embrace the vision of becoming the leading diagnostic service provider by achieving customer loyalty and economic profitability through passion, partnership and performance. Efficiently provide technical support solutions including installation, corrective, pre-emptive and proactive maintenance. Go above and beyond to respond to customer needs by partnering with sales, marketing and other functional areas while adhering to current compliance guidelines.
Provide superior customer service, through applying effective communication skills in order to build loyalty while proactively managing and resolving high-stress situations
Delight our customers by providing support including installation, Preventive Maintenance, Technical Service Bulletins and repair by documenting, following-up, and closing calls as per Abbott Diagnostics quality system
Partner cross-functionally and internally while maintaining positive relationships and ensure issues are resolved efficiently and satisfactorily while exceeding customer needs
Successfully achieve the established business metrics including service sales, cost of service and key performance indicators for assigned customers/accounts
Champion utilization of remote support tools to proactively improve instrument up time
Proactively improve expertise through continuous learning and certifications
Must be able to influence other areas to achieve business goals.
Compliance with Abbott’s Code of Business Conduct, industry codes of practice and company policies.”
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience required.
Bachelors/Engineering Degree in Bio Medical/Electrical/Mechanical or Medical Technology is preferred.
Practical experience of interfacing with customers preferred.
Trouble shooting/problem solving, ability to succeed in team situations and excel independently,
Computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, Internet, Remote Computing i.e VPN, remote troubleshooting etc.)
Effective communication skills and strongly demonstrated interpersonal skills.
Canada > Saskatchewan : Remote
Canada > Manitoba : Remote
Yes, 50 % of the Time
SIGNIFICANT WORK ACTIVITIES:
Driving a personal auto or company car or truck, or a powered piece of material handling equipment
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