10th May 2016

Help us deliver outstanding first line support for our global customers.

Risk Decisions, a small and dynamic software company based in Oxford, are looking for a patient and attentive customer service oriented Help Desk specialist to provide first-line software support to users of our Predict! 5 risk management software.

You will work with our global customer support team to deliver our service level targets by efficiently managing end-to-end telephone and email help desk cases. Your goal will be to give our users a quick and easy experience of resolutions to their queries and issues; leaving them feeling valued, respected and supported.

Your role will be to build on our excellent reputation for providing knowledgeable and friendly support. It will be key to delivering our strategic goals for customer service.

Risk Decisions is an agile and exciting company to work for, with no two days being the same. As we grow our global customer base, the right candidate will show a willingness to learn and adapt and will thus have opportunities for long term career progression.

Mandatory Requirements
• A minimum of 2 years of experience in software customer service
• Aptitude for problem solving in a business software application environment
• Proficiency in spoken and written English
• Strong client-facing and communication skills
• Troubleshooting and multi-tasking skills
• Customer service orientation

Interested? Please send your C.V. to Recruitment@riskdecisions.com

About Risk Decisions

Risk Decisions is a leader in risk management and analysis software globally. Founded in 1985 it creates, develops and supports Predict! the leading global risk management software. Working with SMEs, government and corporate organisations across project, programme, enterprise and bid risk management, Risk Decision’s team specialise in the defence and aerospace, construction and infrastructure, and life sciences sectors. Headquartered in Oxford, UK, Risk Decisions has offices in Australia. Customers include UK Ministry of Defence, Australian Department of Defence, Hatch, OHL, KBR, LLWR and BAE Systems.