VANRATH are thrilled to be assisting with this Rare opportunity for a Centre Support Assistant to join one of the most exciting up-coming ventures to hit Belfast. This Receptionist will join a prestigious award-winning provider of flexible workspace, almost like the Hilton of flexible office spaces. The Historic Custom House building is being converted to this State-of-the-Art office space.
This role would suit a charismatic, presentable and personable Receptionist/Admin/Support Assistant.
This is a Permanent - Monday - Friday position. No Weekend Working. Based in Belfast City Centre.
£23,000 + Fantastic Benefits and tonnes of perks from a modern company
The Ideal Person.
Chatty, warm and approachable personality essential
1st point of contact - the wow factor
Passion for front of house/ Centre Support
- You will be the first point of contact for the building, meeting and greeting all visitors and clients
- To ensure the reception area is tidy, safe and welcoming to all clients and visitors
- To provide a responsive and efficient reception and telephone service to all our clients
- To ensure the smooth operation of the switchboard service including announcing and forwarding calls to clients or their voicemail
- To ensure that all visitors including contractors follow the relevant signing in/out procedures
- To book meetings, catering and couriers for clients and communicate this to your team
- To liaise with relevant staff to ensure that any client queries are responded to within procedural timeframes
- To maintain the Business Centre client phone directory and contact lists as clients move in and out of the building
For further information on this vacancy, or any other job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves on 02890330250 or firstname.lastname@example.org in the strictest confidence.
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