As a Receptionist, you will be the first point of contact for visitors and guests, providing them with a positive and professional experience. Your main duties include greeting individuals, answering and directing phone calls, managing appointments, and maintaining a clean and organized reception area. You should possess excellent communication and customer service skills, a friendly demeanor, and the ability to multitask effectively. Additionally, providing administrative support and handling basic office tasks are important aspects of this role.ResponsibilitiesWelcome visitors and guests in a courteous and professional manner.Answer and screen phone calls, take messages, and redirect calls as appropriate.Schedule and manage appointments, meetings, and conference room bookings.Coordinate and distribute incoming and outgoing mail and packages.Maintain an organized and clean reception area to present a professional image.Provide administrative support, such as data entry, filing, and photocopying.Assist with basic office tasks, including ordering supplies and maintaining office equipment.Handle customer inquiries and provide accurate information or direct them to the appropriate person.
High school diploma or equivalent.Proven experience as a Receptionist or in a similar customer service role.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Strong organizational and multitasking abilities.Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
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