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La Creme - Cork, Cork

€12 per hour - city centre based This is a 4 week temporary assignment with a possibility of being extended. Receptionist Duties: Front desk reception Managing a busy switchboard Meeting & greeting Receptionist work...

from: neuvoo.ie - 2 days ago

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Eden Recruitment - Booterstown, Dublin

Receptionist Booterstown, Dublin 4 Receptionist Booterstown, Dublin 4 JOB DESCRIPTION Duties Answering phones in a warm, confident and happy manner Meeting and greeting client, and executives o Being Receptionist opportunity...

from: neuvoo.ie - 3 days ago

Receptionist  

The Metropole Hotel - Cork City, County Cork, IE

· Ensure that any reservations are correctly handled in line with rate management and any other selling guidelines · Be thoroughly... receptionist limerick... Negotiable

from: bidrecruit.io - 2 days ago

Receptionist/Administrator  

Cpl - Cork, Cork

Job Description My client, a global technology company based in Cork City is recruiting a high calibre Receptionist/Administrator with a proven track record of delivering a seamless service reception...

from: neuvoo.ie (+1 source) - 9 days ago

Medical Receptionist  

Cpl - Thurles, Tipperary

Job Description Health centres based in Tipperary are seeking full time and part time receptionist staff. Experience with : Customer service Meet and greet Excellent verbal and written communication receptionist wicklow...

from: neuvoo.ie - 2 days ago

Receptionist  

Monasterevin Motors - Monasterevin, County Kildare, IE

Monasterevin Motors are currently looking for a Receptionist to join our team. If you have a bright bubbly personality and an excellent phone manner, then this might be the perfect position receptionist waterford... Negotiable

from: bidrecruit.io - 4 days ago

Medical Receptionist  

Cpl - Naas, Kildare

Job Description Job Description Medical Receptionist required for a busy emergency room - Naas Immediate start - Shift work - 37 Hours per week - 24/7 €12.54 - €25.02 p/h - Rate Differs on shift receptionist mullingar... 12.54 - 25.04

from: neuvoo.ie - 2 days ago

PART TIME RECEPTIONIST  

Advertiser.ie - Galway, County Galway

Additional Info: Part Time Receptionist (2 days per week) required for Galway City Accountancy Practice. Immediate start available. Please email CV to temp.receptionistgalway@gmail.com receptionist 15 dublin...

from: neuvoo.ie - 4 days ago

Senior Receptionist  

Grand Hotel Malahide - Malahide, IE

Experienced Senior Receptionist - Grand Hotel, Malahide The Grand Hotel, Malahide currently requires an experienced Senior Receptionist to join our Front Office team. Previous Hotel Reception school receptionist... Negotiable

from: rezoomo.com - 3 days ago

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Grant Thornton Ireland - Limerick, Limerick

The role: We are looking to recruit a Receptionist at Grant Thornton to join us in our Limerick office. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and professional receptionist wishing veterinary receptionist...

from: neuvoo.ie - 3 days ago


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  • what should I study? Chloe

    I want to be a receptionist, what do I need to study to become one?
    help please

    • Ellie:

      I think a high school diploma is enough but some companies prefer to hire receptionists with administrative skills (p.e. earn a certificate in clerical studies or office assistance) Hope this helped!

    • Megan:

      Normally with a high school diploma you should be fine. Most receptionists learn how to perform their duties during their firsts few weeks on the job, an experience member of the staff will train you to their specific policies or procedures. It depends on where you want to work as a receptionist I guess… Good luck

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