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    Complaint Handler - Bury St Edmunds

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    We're currently seeking a number of experienced Complaint Handlers to work for a Financial Service company.

    The role will involve data gathering, investigating complaints before making a judgment based decision and writing to the customer.

    To be considered for this role you will have;

    • A minimum of 12 months experience as a Complaint Handler within Financial Services

    • Experience of the full investigation process

    • Experience of creating letters to customers providing rationale for your decision

    • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

    • Experience of working towards targets for both productivity and quality

    You will be required to undergo a thorough background screening process which will include a Credit Check.

    Location - Bury St Edmunds

    Rate - £170.00 per day

    Duration - 3 months initially, with good chance of extension

    Remuneration: £170 per day
    Duration: 3 months
    Location: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
    Reference: 175391/001_1532703053
    Type: Contract
    Sector: Financial Services & Professional Services - Commercial Banking
    Discipline: Complaints
    Date Added: 27 Jul 2018
    Closing Date: 24 Aug 2018

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