RedBus Walk-In for Customer Service Executive at Bangalore on 05 Jan - 09 Jan 2015

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Company Name: RedBus
Designation Name: Customer Service Executive

Required Educational Qualification: Any Graduate

Job Type: BPO

Required Experience: Fresher to 3 Year experience required

Work Place: Bangalore

Interview Place: Bangalore

Job Responsibilities
This is an individual role responsible for providing assistance to customers calling redBus for various reasons like booking tickets, cancelling tickets or with any other service request. This client facing role is a crucial aspect of the redBus branding, hence needs to maintain utmost professionalism while interacting with customers.

Required Skills
Excellent communication (oral and written), interpersonal skills.
Self-motivated and flexible to work in shifts ( only morning and evening shifts ).
Should have negotiation skills to deal with different kinds of customers and different situations.
Customer centric.
Able to meet deadlines along with working under pressure.
Should be able to work as a team member.

Salary: Best in Industry

Shift: Day/ Night Shift, Ready to Work in Any Shift

Contract/ Agreement: Based on company need and rules

Selection/ Hiring process: Interview

Apply details
Apply Mode:  Offline

How to apply? : You should attend the walk-in Interview in given address

Required documents: Latest updated resume, Passport size photos, 10th/12th Mark sheet and degree certificates copy

Walkin Date, Time and Venue Details
Walk-In Date: 05 Jan - 09 Jan 2015

Walk-In Time: 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Venue Details:

RedBus No. 311/1,
3rd Main, 7th Cross,
Domlur Layout, Opposite To Canara Bank,
Bangalore, Karnataka – 560071.

RedBus Contact Details
Company Website:

Company Profile:

All the founders used to work in Bangalore at the time (sometime in 2005) - all with top IT MNCs - IBM, Texas Instruments and Honeywell. They were friends from BITS Pilani, one of India's finest engineering colleges. During Diwali that year, one of them wanted to spend the festival in his home town. Since he didn't know his schedule till the end, taking a bus was the only choice. He ran around town hunting for a ticket, but they were all sold out minutes before he reached the travel agents. Bangalore traffic is notorious and can grip you at the wrong time. That's exactly what happened that day. That's when he thought of the possibility of providing consumers the convenience of booking a bus ticket over the internet. The objective was two-fold - to ensure that they don't have to leave the confines of their comfort to book a ticket, and to help them get a ticket when they need it the most.