What is a receptionist?
A receptionist is someone who performs various administrative tasks such as answering telephones, filing paperwork, greeting customers/guests, and managing office needs. Receptionists are often the first person that the public or customer has contact with, so they are responsible for making a good first impression for the organization!
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Medical office receptionists are administrative professionals who are responsible for clerical tasks within health care environments. They deal with both patients and healthcare professionals, generally during daytime office hours, though some who work in hospitals and other 24-hour facilities may have extended shifts.
A high school diploma is typically required for this position, and some employers may require an associate’s degree or higher.
I have experience as an Administrative Assistant/Financial Secretary at a church. I have great costumer service experience and can work without a lot of supervision. I have experience as an office manager as well.
I actually im working in a Restaurant now they just cuts my days they are giving 1 day for work im looking for a job but in all ask for experience Ive been working there 6 months but I think I can find something else like receptionist but again all ask for experience on that :(
I only have retail experience and I'm trying to go for a clerical/receptionist position.
Has anyone made this switch? It's so hard. Trying to prove myself through a cover letter and resume doesn't seem like it's working.
Any tips on maybe what to add to my resume? Or what types of businesses are more likely to hire an entry level; medical, law, construction?
I am looking for full time employment. Accounts payable, Front Office Coordinator /Receptionist , both if a company needs me.
Please review my resume/profile and if your looking for The Jane of all trades, I'm the girl!
Looking for an upscale receptionist position in the dental or retail field. Last position I was with my previous employer for ten years and I was a dedicated and loyal employee. I am an energetric, hard working person who is hoping to become a team player with a new company.
I'm not hearing back from employers. How do I get their attention? My last job was Receptionist in Lexington. I have plenty of one on one interaction with clients. But I've always been stuck in an office, I'd like to travel and I think it would be something I could get a good career from.