Customer Service Representative
Copart - New Braunfels, TX

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Job Description:
Summary The Customer Service Representative (CSR) is
responsible for providing excellent service to
customers, including buyers, sellers, business partners
and Copart employees.
Essential Functions
  • Consistently responds to customer inquiries and
requests in a professional manner within company
timelines
  • Maintains a positive and professional demeanor
  • Performs administrative duties in the office such as
data entry, word processing, filing, copying and
other duties associated with Copart documentation
and service
  • Responsibly handles buyer payments, DMV and cash
receipt documentation
Minimum Qualifications
  • One year of office support experience in a customer
service role
  • Excellent customer service attitude and skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Professional phone manner
  • Computer proficiency
  • Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced
environment
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Occasional O.T. as needed
  • HS diploma or GED preferred
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred
  • Previous Dispatch Experience Necessary
The best reasons to work for Copart:
  • Stable company. In business over 25 years.
  • Business Week's Top 100 Small Companies list.
  • Forbes Magazine's 200 Best Small Businesses last
nine years.
  • Exciting Technology.
  • Business casual dress.
  • Nice people - great work environment!
Req. Code : CSR - Yard 62
Division/Department : Yard

Copart - 14 months ago - save job - block
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