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To provide the local radio station with reception cover on weekdays and to assist generally with administrative duties and programme related material.
1. To answer the telephones and to greet programme guests and all other callers / visitors to the radio station.
2. To open the mail and distribute to staff. To handle the external despatch of mail, keeping a record of postage costs.
3. Keep reception area presentable and attractive, ensuring leaflets and posters on display are up to date.
4. To assist the Local Radio Administrator with general clerical work including preparing letters and hospitality supplies ordering, as required.
5. Dealing with ‘what’s on’ information; information for on-air promotion.
Receptionist job description Radio
1. Knowledge and experience of office routines and systems.
2. Experience of telephone switchboards.
3. Developed inter-personal skills, i.e. the ability to deal diplomatically with a wide range of people.
4. Ability to work effectively as part of a small team.
5. Ability to work effectively under pressure.
6. Methodical approach to compiling reports.
7. Keyboard skills. Knowledge of Word and Excel an advantage.
8. An interest in the output of the radio station.
Receptionist job discription