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Newcastle NSW
  • Provide outstanding customer service as the first point of contact positioned on the front reception desk.
  • Experience in a structured, fast paced telephone and…
Melbourne City Centre VIC
$50,000 - $55,000 a year
  • Receiving and dispatching mail, correspondence, courier deliveries and ensuring distributed in a timely fashion;
  • What you'll need to succeed.
Sydney Western Suburbs NSW
$28 - $30 an hour
  • This role will see the successful candidate provide various administrative tasks which will include but will not be limited to, acting as the first point of…
Melbourne City Centre VIC
$25.15 an hour
  • You will be responsible for overseeing all front of house responsibilities (answering phones, managing the mail, taking accurate messages and general tidying),…
Melbourne City Centre VIC
$26 an hour
  • You will be responsible for overseeing all front of house responsibilities (answering phones, managing the mail, taking accurate messages and general tidying),…
  • As the receptionist your duties will include but are not limited to:
  • Answering and directing phone calls.
  • Previous reception and customer service experience.
Melbourne City Centre VIC
  • As the main point of contact for all clients and visitors the receptionist will be required to maintain a professional and presentable reception area in…
Melbourne City Centre VIC
$55,000 a year
  • The company is in search of a full time Receptionist who is enthusiastic about committing to the company long-term and is extremely well presented.
Melbourne City Centre VIC
  • Need a minimum of 2+ years’ experience in providing high-level administrative support.
  • Receptionist Role for an Engineering Company.
  • What you'll get in return.
Sydney Central Business District NSW
$50,000 a year
  • Previous experience working on reception is preferred so that you can hit the ground running in a new environment.
  • What you’ll need to succeed.