The job of a corporate Web services rep is to help the company maintain the company’s customer support, according to a company statement.
“These roles provide the ability to meet and respond to customer needs across multiple verticals, and provide the knowledge and skills to ensure that the company continues to serve its customers and grow its revenue,” the company said.
“Corporate customer support reps have the ability and responsibility to help customers in managing their own issues, manage the needs of their organization, and support corporate customer success.
Corporate customer support rep also has the ability, expertise and accountability to help with operational matters, including customer service and customer relationship management, customer experience, sales and marketing, business development and more.”
The company’s statement went on to say that “corporate employee reps are highly skilled and valuable to their companies, their teams, and their customers.”
“These jobs are not for everyone, but we look forward to hiring and rewarding those who take a proactive and passionate interest in their company,” the statement continued.
Forbes reported that last month, the median salary for a Web services worker in the United States was $72,000.
According to data from PayScale.com, the top-paying jobs in the US were Web developer ($78,000), Web designer ($77,000) and Web developer/web architect ($77.5,000).
It was also revealed in a survey conducted by TechCrunch in March that a third of companies that offer employee benefits to its members are currently hiring Web services employees.