Dispatch, headquartered in Boston, is one of the fastest-growing software companies in America. Leveraging our proprietary adaptive platform and industry-leading technology integrations, Dispatch partners with customer-centric brands to simplify complex home service networks.

We are not a software vendor. We are a brand partner – delivering extraordinary value using a synthesis of our platform, people, and partnership approach. Backed by Vista Equity Partners, Dispatch continues to revolutionize the home service experience for brands, service providers, and end customers just like you.

We’re on the hunt for a talented Customer Support Specialist to help us build an even stronger, more robust product by supporting our growing customer base in several channels.

AS THE CUSTOMER SUPPORT SPECIALIST YOU WILL: 

  • Handle inbound/outbound support requests by phone, chat, and email in a timely fashion.
  • Juggle multiple open requests simultaneously.
  • Troubleshoot reported problems by customers. 
  • Help empower our customers by using premium product offerings, functionality and solutions in a warm, inbound lead (sale) process (Have no fear, there is no cold calling!).
  • Provide training material and guidance to customers. 
  • Maintain constant knowledge of Dispatch products and changes & additions to such products.
  • Communicate daily with the team as issues and requests arise. 
  • Deal with multiple customer personalities and emotions with grace (Happy, Unhappy, Angry, Impatient, Short, Kind, etc.) 
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, high pressure, start-up culture that expects great things every day.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: 

  • A Support Veteran: You’ve got at least 1-2 years of support experience, ideally at a software company. 
  • A Techspert: You’re fluent in both Mac and Windows. Learning new tools on the fly is a breeze for you. You might have dabbled in a programming language or two before, and know enough to be dangerous. 
  • A Communicator: You’re able to speak verbally and in writing with a professional, friendly tone while resolving problems & answering questions.
  • A Teacher: You’re skilled in providing step-by-step guidance to resolving issues, providing assistance and education to customers who may be lost in using Dispatch 
  • Patient: No matter what, you maintain a calm, positive voice when handling a wide range of customer personalities
  • A Troubleshooter: You enjoy digging into a problem, diagnosing the break in the chain, narrowing the possibilities to as few pinpoints as possible.
  • A Life-Long Learner: You constantly learn about technology, software products, and customer service behaviors during your own time. 
  • A Bostonian: You’re local and able to work in our Boston, MA (North End) office daily.

SKILLS WE SEEK:

  • Proven ability to articulate in writing and voice 
  • Natural ability to run fast while exercising sound judgment.
  • Proficiency using computers, software tools
  • Strong work ethic and a sense of commitment is a requirement.
  • Motivated and comfortable working with others every day

WITHIN ONE MONTH, YOU’LL:

  • Learn the core product suite that empowers our most active users across the country
  • Become familiar with the tone and communication style the team uses when working with customers
  • Attend team meetings that discuss recent challenges, product updates, and company-wide announcements
  • Meet with members of the Customer Success and Customer Experience teams individually to understand our customers and products
  • Comb through our training & educational materials

WITHIN THREE MONTHS, YOU’LL:

  • Have a strong understanding of the business, and begin teaching us a thing or two we don’t know
  • Consider yourself a product expert in Dispatch’s solutions
  • Demonstrate confidence when working with customers, solving their urgent needs
  • Handle incoming and outgoing phone, email and chat conversations

WITHIN SIX MONTHS, YOU’LL:

  • Strengthen your product knowledge, building technical aptitude
  • Be able to openly speak about & explain our product features without a computer in front of you
  • Showcase professional communication with customers, positive CSAT scores and handling of 15%+ of all support conversations

WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS, YOU’LL:

  • Actively engage in all parts of the organization
  • Bring new ideas, concepts, and solutions to the team for working efficiently and improving upon the customer experience
  • Team those around you when opportunities arise that demonstrate teamwork 

BENEFITS & PERKS

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Comprehensive Insurance Coverage
  • Learning and Development Reimbursement
  • DispatchFit Gym/Fitness Program Reimbursement
  • Kitchen Stocked Daily with Tasty Snacks, Fruit and Drinks

Still with us?
We’re ready to meet you if you wake up every day eager to get your hands dirty in a high growth start-up atmosphere. Is this role not an exact fit for you? Keep an eye on our Careers Page for other positions!

The Dispatch Story

The service industry is changing. More and more, brands are building networks of third-party contractors and technicians to service their customers. Dispatch helps these brands manage and improve these service provider networks, leading to extraordinary customer experiences. Dispatch brings visibility and data intelligence to previously unmeasured service interactions, leading to measurable improvements in margin and revenue.

We are not a software vendor. We are a brand partner – delivering extraordinary value using a synthesis of our platform, people, and partnership approach. Backed by Vista Equity Partners, Dispatch continues to revolutionize the home service experience for brands, service providers, and end customers just like you.

Dispatch is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at on all of our teams. Inclusiveness is second nature, not an initiative at Dispatch. We are building an engaged team where we celebrate multiple approaches and points of view. We believe diversity drives innovation and empowers everyone to feel valued and heard. We strive to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can bring their whole self to work and do their best.  

We're a tech-savvy team with a culture built on curiosity, precision, and forward-thinking that ends up being the foundation of our product. Every employee is nurtured in a way to help them grow both personally and professionally. Come join our growing team!

To all recruitment agencies: Dispatch does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, Dispatch employees or any other organization location. Dispatch is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

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