Arabic Community Operations Analyst | Day shift
Responsibilities include reviewing and processing of content and accounts that has been flagged for potentially sensitive/harmful content to ensure there are no violations to company policy.
- Investigating and resolving reported issues (inquiries via ticketing system), such as requests for account support or potentially abusive content
- Becoming and remain knowledgeable about client’s products and community standards
- Using market specific knowledge and insights to find scalable solutions to improve the support of our community of users
- Gathering, analysing, and utilising relevant data to develop ways to improve the overall user experience
- Recognising trends and patterns and escalating issues outside the company policy to the global team
- Identifying inefficiencies in workflows and suggest solutions
Skills & Competences:
- Strong personal resilience with the ability to operate in a pressured and fast paced environment
- Strong interpersonal skills, verbal, and written communication skills and most importantly – empathy
- High adaptability and positive approach to challenges
- Ability to make decisions, prioritise, solve problems and work as part of a team
- Effective Time management & Prioritisation skills
- Ability to consistently hit KPIs on time
Language Skills: *
- Fluent level of market language in oral and written communication, with in depth understanding of culture and social trends in the region
- Advanced level of English (C1)
Contract: Full-time, permanent with Covalen
- €27,000 per year as base salary
- Free meal (lunch or dinner) on site
- Private healthcare
- Pension contribution
- 25 days of annual leave
- Extensive Training and access to CPL's Wellness Programme
- Tax Saver and Bike-to-Work Scheme
Working hours: Day shift (9am – 5:30pm) Monday to Friday, occasionally weekends and bank holidays.
Location: Dublin 18, Sandyford, Dublin South
*This is an office job. Work from home / remote work is not an option. Employees are classified as essential workers.
- Due to nature of the role, candidates must be fully confident in dealing with sensitive content.
- Candidates must be eligible to work full-time in Ireland (EU passport / Stamp 4 / Stamp 1G for minimum 12 months or renewable).
Why to apply?
- Chance to work within multicultural and diverse team
- Great internal opportunities for career progression – employees with good performance can become Quality Auditors, Quality Analysts, Trainers & Team Leads
- No shift rotations – fixed working schedule
- Meals on-site, private healthcare and pension contribution
- No previous experience required – full training is provided!
Apply today, or for more information contact me on Susanne.Mannion@cpl.ie