The front desk receptionist is responsible for performing clerical tasks within the office setting to support daily operations.
- Welcoming office guests and assisting with their requests (scheduling, payments, questions, and/or complaints).
- Answering phones and making phone calls on multi-line system.
- Respond to correspondence and in customer interaction in a friendly way to maintain positive relationships with both clients and employees.
- Keeping office records organized and up to date.
- Performing various other clerical tasks including faxing, transcribing, and filing.
Additional responsibilities depending on experience:
Interpersonal skills: Receptionists are the first person a visitor encounters when visiting an office. This means that receptionists must have excellent interpersonal skills to ensure visitors have good first impressions and feel welcomed.
Organizational skills: Receptionists are responsible for the organization of various office-related documentation, including files and scheduling.
Communication skills: Written and verbal forms, including on the phone, via email and through letters. Must be an active listener with both customers and other employees.
Technology skills: Computer proficiency (typing and daily use), scanning, faxing, copier, and multi-line phones.
Multi-tasking skills: Receptionist often find themselves doing multiple things at once, such as answering phone calls, greeting customers and corresponding with employees. Being able to prioritize while multitasking without becoming overwhelmed is an important skill needed to be successful in this position.
Wage range depending on experience: $16 to $19.00 per hour.
Please send resume to: email@example.com,
Or You may drop by the office.Minimum Education and Experience