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Role Summary: The Field Support Specialist will serve as the main point of contact supporting service delivery for a team of field service engineers, biomedical technicians and Directors of Service. This role will require outstanding customer service skills, excellent communication, attention to detail, and a proactive approach to ensure seamless service delivery to our customers. See Qualifications section below for shift hours.
Handle inbound and outbound support calls with field personnel to ensure timely service delivery Provide field support to Field Service Engineers, BMETs and Directors of Service. Primary point of contact for the following: o Service Delivery escalation support – Parts Escalations, Tools Management, Inventory Management etc. o IB (Install Base) Maintenance o Customer Reporting o Track and/or complete administrative tasks as identified to support field personnel
Management of quality metrics to ensure operational excellence around service delivery
Root cause escalations to identify systemic solutions
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred, or equivalent training and work experience.
Three years experience in a customer service environment.
Strong computer system knowledge and working ability including the following applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, Windows, Siebel, Oracle
Work schedule within business hours of operation supporting regional alignment with potential overtime as needed.
Shifts will vary by position: 7:00-4:00 PM; 8:00-5:00 PM; 8:30-5:30 PM CST, 9:00-6:00 PM CST
Experience in the Healthcare Field and/or Service Organization
Experience working with Diagnostic Imaging service requests, Siebel 8.1 and Cares Mainframe
Building Relationships: Initiates contact with other individuals; builds and maintains positive relationships to accomplish organizational goals; relates to people in an open, friendly, accepting manner; shows sincere interest in others and their concerns.
Communication Skills: Strong and effective verbal and written communicator and presenter - one on one and in-group settings.
Initiative: Takes charge to make things happen; identifies what needs to be done and does it.
Listening: Actively hears others, ensuring a complete and accurate transfer of information.
Problem Solving: Identifies root causes of problems; generates and evaluates alternative solutions; implements problem resolutions quickly and effectively; fact-based decisions.
Persistence/Resilience: Works at responsibilities until they are successfully completed; tries alternative approaches when confronted with obstacles or criticism; works diligently to achieve difficult objectives.
Multi-tasking: Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. Adaptable to multiple requests and daily changes.
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