VANRATH are thrilled to be assisting with this Rare opportunity for a Graduate Front of House 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.
This is a Permanent - Monday - Friday position. No Weekend Working. Based in Belfast City Centre.
Degree educated individuals are preferred.
£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
- First point of contact for the building, meeting and greeting all visitors, stakeholders and clients
- To ensure the reception area is tidy, safe and welcoming to all clients, stakeholders and visitors
- To provide a responsive and efficient reception and telephone service to all our clients and visitors
- 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 the onsite centre team
- To carry out administrative and clerical duties as required
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 via Vanrath.
Knowing what a recruitment consultant job is can help you determine what you need to do to have a successful career in the field. Regardless of your previous education and professional experiences, knowing the main characteristics and responsibilities of a recruitment consultant role can help you prepare for the job. Getting a job as a recruitment consultant can be a valuable career move, but it requires knowledge and determination. In this article, we discuss what a recruitment consultant is, what they do, how you can become one and what the most important skills for the role are.The main role of a recruitment consultant is working with companies that are looking to hire new personnel and finding the most qualified candidates for the open positions. This involves working closely with hiring companies to understand their requirements and create recruitment strategies accordingly, but also with job applicants, to discover their strengths and competencies. Aside from matching organizations with potential employees, the recruitment consultant also offers both parties advice on how to improve their recruitment process and career prospects, respectively.
Being the link between companies and job candidates involves a diverse range of job responsibilities. Some of them are:
Using their networks, along with sales and marketing techniques, to find viable companies and convince them to externalize their recruiting process
Performing extensive research on client companies and their open positions, in order to get a better understanding of what the respective companies do, what their internal culture is, the standards they set for new employees and any other relevant piece of information
Visiting client companies regularly to establish positive working relationships
Advertising their client companies' open positions through various media, such as websites, newspapers and networking events
Finding potential candidates for the open positions and contacting them
Researching candidate databases and finding potentially suitable candidates for their clients' open positions
Reviewing resumes and cover letters