Thursday, 26 March 2015

Jose Montano, A Martial Arts Expert Has Also Worked As A Customer Service Representative

Jose Montano is a respected martial arts instructor who was born and brought up in Cuba. After completing his education, he started taking martial arts sessions from the elite Cuban Sports Federation in Olympic style tae kwon do. He participated in many tournaments and has won a national championship for 4 times and Virginia tournament for once. Jose has also given training to the military people in Cuba,and has opened a martial arts school from a scratch in Virginia.   

Jose has worked as a martial arts teacher at a junior high school located in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. When he was a child, he wanted to become a police officer, but he gradually developed his interest in martial arts. Joaquin Palacios was his first instructor who taught him each and every technique of this art.

Presently, he gives kickboxing, jiujitsu, and tae kwon do training lessons for novice, intermediate, and experienced people who want to enhance their skills. Jose Montano,  a martial arts trainer has also served as a physical education instructor for middle school students in Mantua, Cuba.

Besides working as an instructor, he has also worked in a plethora of reputable companies. While working in this field, his career objective was to develop customer service prospect offering education and growth in exchange for positive attitude, dedication, strong work ethnic, and great people skills. He is a passionate customer service and telesales representative with comprehensive knowledge of training, account management, and sales. He is a trusted and energetic retail sales associate who is proficient in high end merchandise environments, and is a highly dedicated customer service expert with many years of client interface experience. 

Jose Montano,  a martial arts trainer has also received many awards while working with these companies. When he was employed as an assistant manager at Armani Exchange, he received “Top Seller” award for the 2 consecutive quarters.

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