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Apr 292017
 


Urgently Required!!

Shop Attendants

5 Available positions

We are a company dealing in M-pesa, Equity, Coop and KCB agency banking, as well as sale of original Samsung mobile phones and tablets.

We urgently need honest and trustworthy individuals for our two shops (Westlands and CBD)

The job will involve the following duties and responsibilities

  • Providing excellence customer service to all customers in the shop
  • Handling customer complaints in the shop where necessary
  • Maintaining daily banking transactions.
  • Maintaining and balancing the M-PESA account.
  • Maintaining and balancing all agency banking accounts.
  • Maintaining the cashbook.
  • Daily maintenance of the shop
  • Attending to all incoming calls and handling caller’s inquiries and maintaining record of enquiries made.
  • Give progress reports to the management

Desired Qualifications:

  • At least form four level and above with C- and above in KCSE
  • A minimum of 1 year experience in a busy shop
  • Good knowledge of working methodologies
  • Well groomed and very honest
  • Must have excellent customer service skills
  • Must be proficient in use of Microsoft office applications.

Interested candidates should forward their applications to: Tripple X Communications Limited, on the email:
tripplexltd@gmail.com

N.B  These are urgent positions and applications will be reviewed as soon as they are received.

The salary offered for the positions is Ksh. 30,000 (fixed.)

Those currently earning more than Ksh. 30,000 need not to apply.

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