As a Partner Support Specialist, you will have the amazing opportunity to interact with one of our main customers: our driver partners!

The Driver Experience Team serves as a direct bridge between the Via's brand and the people who actually deliver our services. As a Partner Support Specialist, you’ll be on the ground floor at this exciting company ensuring that our partner's drivers have a smooth interaction and experience.

We strive to create effortless experiences for everyone who reaches out to our team, and we serve as an advocate for our partners' drivers in an effort to drive changes to the overall Via's experience. You will make customers feel like they are receiving a world class education on our product suite; they will feel supported and loved throughout their correspondences with us. We bring the voice of the Via's brand to our drivers, and the voice of our drivers to the broader Via's team.

Here is what you'll do:

  • You will serve as the front line, speaking with driver partners face-to-face, to help improve their first experience with Via or manage their accounts
  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment tackling an array of customer issues
  • Become an expert on our services and spread the love of Via everywhere
  • Deliver above-and-beyond customer service to our driver partners, finding new and interesting ways to make our customers smile
  • Notice even the smallest trends and pain points, then brainstorm ways in which we can create solutions to improve each customer’s experience
  • Coordinate with management to channel customer feedback to all areas of the business such as technology, marketing, design and product teams

This might describe you:

  • Clear communicator with excellent reading comprehension and writing skills
  • Excellent computer and technical skills, including experience with Microsoft Office, the Google Suite, previous CRM tools like Salesforce a plus
  • Strong listening skills and a great conversationalist
  • A well-rounded team player who takes ownership of (and pride in) your work
  • A strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Dynamic; willing to wear multiple hats and work on projects of all types
  • You take initiative to solve problems and get the job done
  • Empathy and the ability to put yourself in the customer's shoes
  • General awesomeness and a sense of humor

At Via, we're on the cutting edge of mobility. We’re building revolutionary technology that’s changing the way people get around. It's on-demand transit on a mass scale, a smarter transportation that’s friendly to our planet. From on-demand autonomous shuttles in Australia to dynamically routed bus fleets in Singapore, our sophisticated operating system is powering transportation in the world’s biggest cities and is sought after by prominent transportation players globally. We’ve provided more than 50 million shared rides already, and we’re growing at an astonishing rate. We have offices in more than 15 countries and deployments in more than 50 markets, with a goal of hundreds of deployments within the next two years. If you’re someone who relishes wearing multiple hats, never backs down from a challenge, and loves getting things done, we’d love to hear from you!

Via offers above market compensation packages and benefits, including equity, health insurance, and relocation assistance.

Via is an equal opportunity employer.

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