Customer Success Executive, London

Published 2022-01-14
Expires 2022-02-14
ID #836839136
23000 £
Customer Success Executive, London
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published January 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Customer success executive
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MyTutor is the UK’s leading online platform for one-to-one learning, and we're on a mission to improve the educational outcomes of thousands of young people. We’re building a future where access to high quality learning is stress-free for those who can afford it, and funded for those who can't.   One-to-one tuition is one of the most powerful ways to improve pupils’ grades, confidence and life chances. Yet it remains out of reach for many. Our handpicked community of tutors work online with students from all walks of life, raising results on average by one whole grade. Over the past 18th months we've worked with the government to provide safe and reliable tuition to more students than ever. We're proud to have worked with over 1,000 schools across the UK, and our tutors have given over a million lessons.   Since last March, we've scaled up while working remotely and kept a working environment that encourages collaboration and support. We always prioritise our team wellbeing and development. Everyone has the option to use our hotdesking app, Desana and, once Covid regulations ease, we’ll have a permanent office space in London for people who want to come in.   We have a fun and caring culture with lots of social activities run by our team. You can find your zen in team Yoga on Mondays, sweat it out at our Product Manager Jess's Bootcamp on Fridays (not for the faint-hearted) or join a remote chocolate tasting via Zoom. We have company socials every month and there are chances every week to sit down with someone for a cuppa and a chat. Requirements The role in a nutshell You’ll be a key member of our recently established Customer Success function, a team which will play a pivotal and proactive role in ensuring customers have a great experience at MyTutor whether they are brand new to the service or have been with us for several years. You will work closely with our existing Sales and Consumer Operations teams to match prospective customers with the right tutor for their needs, and help these parents get lessons underway for their child. You’ll be working predominantly on the phone, but also via email and live chat, to build strong relationships with the parents that use our platform and help ensure we retain them. What you can expect Reporting into the Customer Success Manager, you’ll be reaching out to customers during their onboarding with MyTutor to help them book in lessons with Tutors and have the best possible initial experience with MyTutor. Understand the anxieties our customers might have around committing to our service and use your knowledge of our fantastic catalogue of Tutors and online Lesson Space to inform and reassure them. Using our internal admin system, and G-Suite products, log the results of your calls so we can monitor conversions and common objections. Ensure parents are paired with the right tutors for their child’s needs, and help schedule lessons to fit their busy schedules. Collaborate closely with our Sales and Consumer Operations teams to provide all our customers with fantastic service throughout their journey with us. Leverage your interactions with customers to identify trends in consumer behaviour, highlight parent sentiment, challenges, and opportunities to improve the MyTutor service, product, and marketing. The type of person we'd love to meet You have experience in B2C Customer Service/Support, Sales, or other similar functions. You’re a confident, friendly communicator who isn’t afraid to pick up the phone and share your enthusiasm for what we do. You’re comfortable using Google Suite, MS Office, and internal admin systems to manage customer profiles and information. You’re passionate about the customer - they’re at the heart of everything you do and you are always thinking about how to improve their experience. You’re a good listener, able to empathise with parents at a high-anxiety stage in their child’s education and ensure the best possible outcome for them. You’ll be a fast learner, able to grasp concepts or problems quickly and ask the right questions. You’re excited to join our ever-growing team and contribute to the culture at MyTutor. You don’t need experience in an education setting, but an interest in this area and a passion for ensuring parents and students get the best possible experience and learning outcomes from their time with us is key. Benefits Flexible working culture with access to our London HQ, global co-working spaces and home office setup Investment in your learning with a personal L&D budget of up to £350 Workplace pension Salary of £23000 Private Healthcare option through BUPA Enhanced parent policies Cycle, tech and gym schemes Mentor/mentee scheme Regular team events & socials (we've just had a remote Sofar Sounds gig and wine tasting) 25 days holiday (plus public holidays) A culture that champions wellbeing with workshops and 1:1 coaching MyTutor is committed to creating an inclusive workplace and we have set up our own EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) committee who host regular events to make sure we live up to those values. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and all applicants will be considered.    

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    Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themselves. Education can take place in formal or informal settings and any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. The methodology of teaching is called pedagogy. Education is commonly divided formally into such stages as preschool or kindergarten, primary school, secondary school and then college, university, or apprenticeship. A right to education has been recognized by some governments and the United Nations. In most regions, education is compulsory up to a certain age.

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