Customer Service Advisor

  • Location
    Ipswich, Suffolk
  • Salary
  • Category
    Sales & Retail - Customer Service Advisor
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Sales and Retail
  • External Reference

Customer Service Advisors



Temporary to Permanent

28 days paid annual leave


We are delighted to be working with our client based in the heart of Ipswich town centre.

Due to a prolonged period of sustained growth our client is looking to add to its current successful team.

We are seeking candidates how are Customer service driven, have the desire and commitment to enhance a customers journey.

Full paid training is offered with this role, so you are in very safe hands should you have limited experience.

We have two different shifts available, these are -

4 days on, 4 days off, this will involve some weekend working, the hours are 0800-2200 and the salary for this is £18657.

The second available shift is pure weekend working, Saturday & Sunday 0800-1800 &8.97ph.

The role involves taking and making calls to customers regarding their vehicle insurance, taking details and up dating the company system..

Full training is provided, so if you do not have insurance, Customer Service or retail experience, you will still be considered for this role.

All you need is to be committed, hard working and have a great telephone manor,

You must be available for interview between 20.7.21 & 23.7.21, and be able to start work on Monday 26th for one weeks training, which is 10.00-1600

These roles are also offered on a temporary to permanent basis.

If interested please submit your full up to date CV to us at

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Tony Dalliday