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Reception Job Description

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Reception Job Description

The role is to provide a high quality first point of contact for visitors, clients and telephone callers and provide secretarial support.

·  To ensure that visitors and office clients are made to feel comfortable and welcome.

 

·  To produce work of a high professional standard paying attention to detail.

 

·  To maintain a clean, tidy and safe working environment.

 

·  To become fully conversant with all areas of the business and office procedures.

 

·  To be flexible in order to undertake the many different areas of work that are required.

 

·  To set up reception and the Main Hall ready for business at the start of each day, and to

close down/lock up at the end of each day in accordance with the procedures manual.

To deal with meeting room enquiries, viewings and bookings, ensuring that client’s requirements are documented and confirmed.

 

·  To ensure that meeting rooms are correctly configured and equipped in advance, according to the client’s booking and that catering requirements (including final numbers and menus) are confirmed in good time beforehand and communicated to the kitchen.

 

·  To meet and greet visitors and delegates. To escort delegates to meeting rooms and promptly advise clients of visitor’s arrival. To make visitors feel welcome and offer refreshments if appropriate.

 

·  Distributing post received and collating and franking outgoing post in good time for Royal Mail collection at the end of the day. Dealing with courier bookings as required.

 

·  Logging all work done on behalf of clients for billing purposes.

 

·  Providing support for special events and occasions.

 

·  To provide confidential, comprehensive, high quality and efficient personal assistance, secretarial and administrative support as required.

 

Administration duties include typing letters and e-mails, producing reports, presentations and other documents, dealing with  correspondence, filing, photocopying, scanning etc.

 

·  Maintaining computer security and backups or other procedures as instructed.

 

The above is not an exhaustive list of all accountabilities which the role holder may have and

develop over time.

Personal Standards

 

The ideal candidate must:

·  treat all information and knowledge gained in the workplace as confidential;

·  be prepared to work both individually and as a team member;

·  work in a cheerful, polite, calm and professional manner;

·  dress in a smart business like manner; and

·  conduct themselves at all times in accordance with the Conditions of Employment and any reasonable general policy statements that may be issued by the partners.

 

Personal Skills and Experience

The ideal candidate must:

·  have a high standard of literacy and numeracy;

·  have the ability to successfully work under pressure and to tight timescales;

·  be dependable and punctual at all times;

·  possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·  have excellent organisational skills;

·  be able to manage and prioritise workloads;

·  be flexible and have an adaptable approach to work;

·  be accurate and have attention to detail; and

·  have excellent IT skills with a good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and

Outlook. PowerPoint and Publisher knowledge desirable. The ability to learn other

applications as required.

 

 

·  Telephone answering, handling and message taking as quickly and efficiently as

possible to maintain targets.

 

·  To provide administrative/secretarial support to clients, the management and staff  as and when requested, prioritising workload

according to deadlines and importance.

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