⚡️ Why Altium?

Altium is transforming the way electronics are designed and built. From startups to world’s technology giants, our digital platforms give more power to PCB designers, supply chain, and manufacturing, letting them collaborate as never before.

  • Constant innovation has created a transformative technology, unique in its space
  • More than 30,000 companies and 100,000 electronics engineers worldwide use Altium
  • We are growing, debt-free, and financially strong, with the resources to become #1 in the EDA industry

About the Role: 

We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, Customer Satisfaction Specialist with a passion for customer support and to drive customer satisfaction on a daily basis. Successful candidates will be natural troubleshooters who are self-motivated and enjoy working in an agile environment. Candidates will be responsible for providing technical assistance to customers for Altium Designer and related products such as Altium 365 and Altium Enterprise Server. This role involves minimal travel.

A Day in The Life of Our Customer Satisfaction Specialist

  • Actively monitor and provide online support through various mediums including cases and/or web chat as required
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical questions and issues raised by customers
  • Troubleshooting and qualification of support tickets prior to escalation into higher-level support
  • With the assistance of Altium support’s ticket system, manage and monitor customer issues on a daily basis, while prioritizing and deciding on next actions
  • Constantly expand technical knowledge by exploring technical content and Altium products
  • Provide proactive and reactive assistance to all customers, either external or internal
  • Creation of various types of topic-based content, such as online help, online user guides, video tutorials, knowledge base articles, quick start guides and more

Who you are and what you’ll need for this position:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical engineering, Electronics engineering or related field or 2+ years’ experience in PCB Design space in lieu of the preferred education
  • Knowledge of the Electronics Industry is preferred
  • Excellent Verbal and Written communication skills with peers and customers
  • Ability to Troubleshoot complex issues
  • You're a master multitasker and can juggle multiple tasks simultaneously with outstanding attention to detail
  • You're comfortable collaborating with both technical and business teams
  • Previous experience using Altium Designer is a plus
  • Background in Saas customer support is a plus
  • Fluent in Japanese and English
  • Fluency in an additional language is a plus 
  • Be driven, self-managed, and motivated

Benefits:

✈️ Annual leave

🤒 Paid sick leave, family care leave and child care leave

👶 Family medical, maternity and nursing, paternity, menstruation leave

🎊 Public holidays

🚘 Commuting allowance

🧘 Nilo.Health Employee Mental Assistance Program

🎁 Work anniversary gifts

🥳 Employee referral and employee-of-the-month programs

📚 Professional development support

🏦 Pension

 

🎯 What Matters to Us

  • Big-thinking in pursuit of purpose
  • Diversity of thought
  • Courage of conviction
  • Transparency of intent
  • Ingenuity of AND
  • Agility in action
  • Adaptability of approach
  • Grit in pursuit of mission

🌍 Also, we would like you to know

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

💡 Learn more about why a career at Altium is an opportunity like no other: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAYCOLpPLPE 

✈️ Altium Benefits: https://careers.altium.com/#s-benefits 

👏 Are you already an Altium employee? Please apply directly through our internal Greenhouse job board. If you have questions, please contact HR.

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