If you love providing world-class customer service, interacting with diverse customers, and are looking for a fulfilling career with immense opportunity, look no further! DISHu2019s 9 U.S.-based Customer Experience Centers provide award-winning service to millions of customers throughout the nation.Customer Experience Representatives act as excellent information resources for billing, programming and troubleshooting questions including suggesting ways for existing customers to get the most value and enjoyment from their DISH experience. Bilingual WAH Customer Experience Representatives are responsible for resolving customer issues, preventing future callbacks through amazing customer service and intuition into customer needs, and promoting the award-winning products (like the Hopper w/ Sling) and services (like PrimeTime AnyTime) while operating at maximum efficiency and with the utmost professional courtesy. Primary responsibilities fall within the following categories: Payments and Billing - accept payments by a variety of methods, offer self-serve payment solutions, explain charges and credits on the customeru2019s bill, and resolve complex billing scenariosnProduct features - assist customers with pay-per-view orders, change programming packages, equipment upgrades, and educate customers about the many features of DISHu2019s award-winning productsnSales - use a consultative approach to educate and offer existing customers additional programming, and promote products and services to enhance their DISH experiencenAccurately respond to questions and assist customers (internal and external) with product features, installation, setup, and troubleshooting and hardware operations primarily via phonenSupports Tier 1 technical support and customer service phone support for external customersnEssential Functions: A Bilingual WAH Customer Experience Representative performs the job duties and responsibilities above as well as the following essential job functions: Working flexible schedules including weekends, holidays, and eveningsnRegular and predictable attendancenAbility to regularly sit for long periods of timenAbility to multi-task; speaking with customer while accurately logging and recording customer information in to call center databasesnTake back-to-back phone calls from DISH internal customers nationwide and assist them with questions regarding work order modifications, equipment modifications, as well as activation of customer servicesnMeet or exceed minimum performance standards including but not limited to Average Handle Time; Customer Satisfaction; Quality, Up-selling, etc. You will be constantly measured on these metricsnDeescalate upset or irate customers in order to satisfactorily address their customer service needsnSkills - Experience and RequirementsnA successful Bilingual WAH Customer Experience Representative will have the following: High School diploma, GED, or equivalent experiencenSix-months of related customer service experience and/or training preferrednProficiently utilize Windows OS (XP, 7, 8, 10) and internet search enginesnStrong organizational, time management, and problem solving skillsnExcellent written and oral communication skillsnStrong sense of professionalism and active listening skillsnAbility to problem solve and use resources on proprietary software/tools to understand and craft the right solution across varying customer needs, business rules, and processesnAbility to work with minimal supervision in a remote locationnBilingual proficiency-fluent in English and one of the following languages:nArabicnCantonesenFilipinonFrenchnGermannGreeknItaliannJapanesenMandarinnPolishnPortuguesenTagalognMust be Phoenix based Technical Requirements: Internet Minimum Specifications At Home agents must meet and maintain the following requirements: Minimum 7 Mbps downloadnMinimum 1 Mbps uploadnInternet provider thatu2019s not fixed wireless or satellitenAll costs to meet and maintain these requirements, including repairs, Internet/ISP charges, and additional charges associated from their ISP are the responsibility of the At Home agent and are not reimbursed by DISH.nData and Usage Caps DISH prefers that At Home agents do not have bandwidth or data cap on Internet usage (caps lower than 250GB are not recommended).At Home agents are responsible for managing their data usage in a way that does not impact ISP connectivity, and they will be responsible for paying any overage charges associated with exceeding a cap. Equipment Agents will receive the necessary At Home equipment on-site. At Home agents will be responsible for transporting and installing the equipment to their at-home location.Agents will receive a document to help install the equipment and will have the opportunity to connect the equipment onsite before going home. Connectivity At Home agents are expected to have 99% uptime. Home Environment and Work Space Agents must have a dedicated workspace at the home office (preferably a separate room) and must maintain the workspace in a safe condition, free from hazards and other dangers to people and equipment.Since At Home agents will assist DISH customers over the phone, personal disruptions, such as but not limited to children playing, dogs barking, loud music, and non-work-related phone calls will not be tolerated and may result in reassignment to an onsite agent role..Additionally, dependent care and other family obligations must not interfere with job duties. DISH reserves the right to inspect At Home workspaces to ensure business requirements are met.At Home agents must agree and understand that such inspections are necessary to ensure continuity of DISHu2019s business and excellent standards of customer service. Team Environment At Home agents will be members of a larger virtual team, with support from a supervisor. There will be additional resources available such as team leads, help desk, and online tools. This is a structured environment and At Home agents will be provided a schedule they must adhere to. On-site Frequency Initial new hire training will be conducted on-site and last 13-15 weeks. After the new hire period, a minimum of one on-site workday per quarter will be required with additional days scheduled as needed. DISH considers providing reasonable accommodations whenever necessary to enable otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to overcome physical or mental disabilities that prevent them from performing the essential functions of the position or to otherwise enjoy an equal employment opportunity. If you believe you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Human Resources.