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Eden Recruitment - Booterstown, Dublin, IE

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 work...

from: - Yesterday

House Host/Receptionist  

edyn - Dublin, Dublin City

to your individual needs. We believe in working flexibly – this includes flexibility in work location, working days (including weekends and bank holidays in operations) and working hours. This may be ad hoc Receptionist opportunity...

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from: (+1 source) - 13 days ago

Veterinary Receptionist  

Anicare Vets - Dublin, County Dublin, IE

The Role We are currently looking for a Veterinary Receptionist to join our friendly team in Clontarf, Dublin. This is a full-time role working Monday to Friday on an attractive rota. Duties receptionist limerick...

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BeLonG To Youth Services - Dublin, County Dublin, IE

We are looking for a pleasant and friendly receptionist to join our team! To manage our front desk and busy offices. Salary: €24,391 per annum Hours: Full-time,35hrs per week Reporting To: Office reception...

from: - 5 days ago

Administrator Receptionist  

RPG Recruitment - Waterford County (+1 location)

of letters with a high degree of accuracy required * Handling incoming and outgoing post and couriers * Handling cash, card and cheque payments * Adhering to GDPR confidentiality * Other ad-hoc tasks receptionist wicklow...

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from: (+1 source) - 19 days ago

Medical Receptionist  

CPL - Kildare, Kildare, IE

Medical Receptionist required for a busy emergency room - Naas Immediate start - Shift work - 37 Hours per week - 24/7 €12.79 - €25.58p/h - Rate Differs on shift Duties: · Greeting patients receptionist waterford... € 25,000 +

from: - 2 days ago


La Creme - Dublin, County Dublin, IE

Receptionist within the medical sector wanted for a busy role based in Dublin City Centre. Duties: Greeting customers and managing customer queries. Answering phone calls and emails. Maintenance receptionist mullingar...

from: - 6 days ago

Receptionist/Front of House Administrator  

RPG Recruitment - Waterford County (+1 location)

Receptionist /Front of House Administrator Our client, a leading service provider in their field based in Waterford City are looking to recruit an experienced Front of House/Receptionist receptionist 15 dublin...

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from: (+2 sources) - 21 days ago


MUFG - Dublin, County Dublin, IE

and inclusive workplace that rewards your contribution. Core Responsibilities Requirement We are looking for a Receptionist to join our Facilities and Office Management department in our Dublin office school receptionist...

from: - 7 days ago

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Excel Recruitment - Dublin, Dublin, IE

Receptionist required for job in Dublin Excel Recruitment are looking for a receptionist to work in an ongoing booking in Dublin. You will be working through Excel Recruitment in one of our client’s veterinary receptionist...

from: - 8 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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