Receptionist

Location: Derbyshire

Job Type: Permanent

Contact Email: claire.daley@cherryprofessional.co.uk

Contact Phone: 0115 9222240

Sector: Administration and Business Professionals

Salary: 24000

Start Date: 2024-02-12

Consultant: Claire Daley

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Experienced Receptionist | £23k – £24k | Castle Donington
Permanent
Fantastic benefits

Our client are seeking to appoint an experienced Receptionist who will welcome and greet both telephone callers and visitors. Amongst other administrative duties, they will professionally operate the telephone switchboard; ensuring all calls are answered promptly and are efficiently directed to the correct person. They will also greet all visitors – including customers and suppliers – in a welcoming, engaging and professional manner

What we’re looking for:

– 2 years Reception experience 
– Experience of managing a busy switchboard
– Microsoft Office experience

The finer elements of the role:

– Answer the phone in a professional and courteous manner as quickly as possible
– Take accurate messages from callers wishing to be called back, and deliver these messages to the appropriate recipient in a timely manner
– Determine the nature of a visitor’s business and announce visitor to the appropriate person or department
– Keep track of key peoples’ movements within the building and when they are working away from the office

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