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Become a customer experience engineer

The skillset you need to become a multichannel digital coach at Webhelp goes beyond the typical contact centre job description – and our people enjoy the challenge. We offer our customer experience engineers a real chance to grow and diversify their skillset in a digital environment, as part of one global team.

Webhelp is an intelligent, data-led business. We don’t see any value in focusing on old-fashioned contact centre metrics and outdated ideas about communication. Our Insight teams dedicate real time and effort to getting feedback from the people who really know what our customers want – the advisors. Ideas at Webhelp aren’t handed down from the boardroom – they come from the people at the heart of our operation and their interactions with customers.

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Respect for our people has always been essential to Webhelp’s success – it’s a value we share across the entire global organisation. We treat our colleagues the same way we treat our customers – with respect and appreciation.

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Our people make Webhelp. You will see it in every one of our offices, across more than 20 countries. Wherever you go in this company, we will offer you a unique experience – just like we do for our customers.

Take a look at our roles today and find out how we can work together.

Whether you are with Webhelp for two years or for ten, we offer the opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience you simply won’t get elsewhere – whether you are in a support role or part of the core advisor team. As a global business, we offer our people the chance to travel and work with other members of the Webhelp family around the world.

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