French or Norwegian Speaking Customer Service Team Leader

With so many job adverts out there, it's difficult to see which opportunities are worth investing your time into. So how do you find the right job that helps you grow, earns you enough to be comfortable and provides you with opportunity for progression to help you move your career forward?

The French or Norwegian speaking Team Leader position I am currently recruiting for ticks all of those boxes. You will be working on behalf of my internationally renowned client for a period of up to 3 months, supporting one of their teams who are in need of a clear leader to support their work. You will gain experience at one of the industry's biggest names and be paid well for the time you work.

So what's the catch...?

I only have one position to fill. That means only one lucky candidate will get the chance to join this fantastic company.

Here's the basics:

Hours: Working hours are 8am - 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am - 1pm on Saturday.

Experience required:

- Fluent French or Norwegian essential
- Experience as a team leader, manager or a senior customer service advisor also essential.

You will be managing a small team of customer service advisors so we are looking for someone who has leadership qualities, in addition to a strong understanding of the customer service experience.

So what are you waiting for? Are you ready to take the next positive step in your career?

If interested, please apply with your CV, email or call on 0207 029 3751.

I look forward to receiving your application!



Theo Chau

Team: Temporaries Division

I specialise in: Recruiting for Regional based Temps

Languages: French & Spanish

About me: I joined Euro London after graduating in French & Spanish from the University of Manchester. I have lived abroad in several places including the French Caribbean and Buenos Aires – I love to travel! I am a big fan of football, skateboarding and any activity that involves a beer but languages are my real passion and I am very lucky to have the chance to use them in my working life.

Fun fact: I own an enormous overweight sledge dog named Iggy.