Customer Service Advisor - Suffolk

Role Description


 Role Title: Customer Service Adviser (“CSA”) 

Reporting to: Team Leader Suffolk 

Contract Length: Permanent Full Time 

Hours: 37.5 hours a week, Mon to Fri 

Required: Full Driving Licence and access to vehicle 

Start Date: ASAP 

Alcove - Help us keep elderly and vulnerable people safer and better connected by using digital technology 

Alcove ( is a market leader in assisted care assisted technology that is disrupting social care by embracing technology and using connected, smart technologies to keep elderly and vulnerable people safe and better connected whilst allowing them to remain independent in their home. By installing sensor-based technologies within individuals’ homes, the health and well-being of vulnerable residents can be better monitored remotely, leading to potential problems being identified earlier. 

We specialise in delivering connected care technology for local authorities, the NHS, housing associations and sheltered accommodation providers across the country. We are the market leader in data led, digital connected care technology in the UK and are scaling rapidly in the country 

We are looking to recruit highly motivated individual to join us as our Customer Service Adviser for the Suffolk area and play a key role in delivering our technology roll-out to help older and vulnerable people to live more independent lives. As our Customer Service Adviser, you will be the first point-of-contact and work closely with our customers, their family members, local authorities, social workers, care workers and help them set-up and operate our technology solution that provides the best for their health and well-being. You will also work closely with our Alcove Installation team who are responsible for fitting our devices in customer’s homes.


Your role: 

1) Speak to social workers and our referring partners, Local Authorities and NHS to conduct a customised needs outcomes-based telephone assessment to recommend how our technology can help their clients. This will be conducted with professional support. 

2) Book technology installations at client’s home, ensuring you collect sufficient information for a successful install 

3) Work with our emergency monitoring and response call centre partners to ensure our devices are correctly connected and assigned to their centre 

4) Help with the management and correct allocation of stock 

5) Maintain and document accurately all, installations, emergencies, handovers and in accordance with agreed procedures. 

6) Manage enquiries, ensuring faulty equipment is reported making arrangements for or repair to minimise the risk. 

7) Address any escalated customer issues and resolve effectively 

8) Manage inbound and outbound contact to customers and family and friends of customers to ensure that they are set up on the configuration of Alcove products 

9) Manage inbound contact from customer requiring additional support and sourcing support materials for customers via the web and other resources 

10) Use the Alcove CRM system to record interactions with customers 

11) Suggest improvements to customer service procedures, polices and standards based on the customer journey / experience 

12) Creating customer profiles and assigning to devices and the Alcove Eco system 

13) Providing technical support for customers ranging from user support through to fault resolution. 

14) Conduct customer satisfaction reviews


Essential Skills: 

  • Excellent interpersonal skills – you can build rapport with people easily and are a good listener 
  • An ability to prioritise and categorise based on information provided 
  • An interest in technology and how it can be used to keep elderly and vulnerable people better connected and safe 
  • You have a solid background working in both administration and customer service/care 
  • You are a strong team player, are flexible approach and have good communication skills 
  • Good level of general education to GCSE or similar (as a guide 4 GSCE’s A*-C) 
  • Able to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment 
  • You can drive and have access to your own vehicle 
  • Ability to prioritise and categorise based on information provided and using sound judgement 
  • Effective written skills 
  • Effective organisation and time management skills. Organised and diligent. Self-starter. 
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; Word, Excel and PowerPoint 



  • Experience (personal, paid or voluntary) of working with disabled adults and older people 
  • Knowledge of technology and a passion for it 
  • Knowledge and experience of working with Healthcare Professionals 
  • Experience of working with a range of partner organisations 
  • Experience within a community setting 
  • Experience of working in a challenging and emotional environment, dealing with clients/families that may be recently bereaved, be at end of life, have learning disabilities or needing equipment to help rehabilitate 


Interested applicants please send your CV & covering letter to -