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Corporate Receptionist  

Osborne - Dublin, County Dublin, ie

Description:Receptionist – Dublin City Centre – 12 Month Contract Here at Osborne we are looking to recruit a professional receptionist for our aviation client based in Dublin city Centre Receptionist work... 30,000

from: - 3 days ago

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Hotel Receptionist  

BrookLodge & Macreddin Village - Aughrim, County Wicklow, ie

We are currently looking for a talented Receptionist to join our growing team.As a Hotel Receptionist you will be responsible for taking calls, confirming reservations and processing bookings Receptionist opportunity...

from: - 3 days ago


Compass Group UK & Ireland - Dublin

you'll be doing: You must be legally authorised to work in Ireland. We are not currently able to offer visa sponsorship or assistance. As a Receptionist, you will provide an outstanding level of customer receptionist limerick...

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from: - 28 days ago

Office Receptionist  

JJ Rhatigan Building Contractors - Dublin, Dublin, ie

Description JJ Rhatigan & Company are currently recruiting for an Office Receptionist to join our team in our Dublin office.Duties include:Answering the telephone, screening and directing calls reception...

from: - 3 days ago

Legal Secretary/Receptionist  

Law Society of Ireland - Kildare, Kildare, ie

Patrick J Farrell and Company Solicitors are seeking to recruit a Legal Secretary/Receptionist to join their team. Duties to include reception, practice management system filing, scanning receptionist wicklow...

from: - 4 days ago

Patient Coordinator  

Waterford, Waterford, Ireland

, understand treatment plans, assist patients with financial agreements, supporting front desk duties, much like a dental receptionist, and so much more. You will be able to gain the skills and knowledge receptionist waterford...

from: - 14 days ago

Front Office Receptionist  

McWilliam Park - Mayo Abbey, County Mayo, ie (+1 location)

We have a fantastic new vacancy for a Front Office Receptionist.We recognise that our team is our greatest asset and the successful candidate will enhance an already established team.Reporting receptionist mullingar...

from: (+2 sources) - 4 days ago

Hotel Receptionist  

Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel - Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, ie

Hotel Receptionist An excellent opportunity is now available for a Hospitality Professional to join our Front Desk Team at The Kilkenny Hibernian, part of the iNUA Collection. The successful receptionist 15 dublin...

from: (+1 source) - 7 days ago

Corporate Receptionist  

Osborne - Dublin City Centre, Dublin

Receptionist – Dublin City Centre – 12 Month Contract Here at Osborne we are looking to recruit a professional receptionist for our aviation client school receptionist...

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Receptionist / Facilities Assistant  

Robert Half Ireland - Dublin, County Dublin, ie

The Company Robert Half are currently sourcing for a Receptionist / Facilities Assistant. This is a permanent position for an organisation who have an office in Blanchardstown, Dublin (D15 veterinary receptionist... €30000 - €35000 per annum

from: - 7 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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