Director of Customer Support

Director of Customer Support

Duties are pretty standard for a role like this, as are the qualifications. What's frustrating is the lack of standard info, like salary, benefits, or even normal hints about the rest of the company, so I'm putting it in Tread Carefully.

Unknown EV Infrastructure Company | Piper Maddox | No comp given

This job is closed and no longer accepting applications. I keep an archive of Closed jobs so that you can see how past jobs of a particular company have been rated.

Steph's Notes:

Piper Maddox is a recruiting company focusing exclusively on the clean energy sector, so they're not the hiring company. I tried to find this job on their website, but, honestly, it's not a very functional job board and its design makes it actively unpleasant to use (and I warn against going there if flashing bothers you). This means that all the info I have on this particular job is just from the description on LinkedIn, which is admittedly not much.

This would be at an EV infrastructure company, overseeing and creating their customer support team, which sounds great. Duties are pretty standard for a role like this, as are the qualifications.

What's frustrating is the lack of standard info, like salary, benefits, or even normal hints about the rest of the company, so I'm putting it in Tread Carefully.


Original Job Description: Director of Customer Support

About the job

Are you interested in playing an integral part at one one the most promising start-ups in the EV Infrastructure space? As the Director of Customer Support you'd be responsible for overseeing and creating the customer support team at this company, ensuring that customers are receiving exceptional service and support throughout their entire experience with the product.

Please apply if you are interested!

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