Additional Resources Ltd.
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Front of House Receptionist

Front of House Receptionist - Central London

Salary: £34,000 plus Excellent Company Benefits

Rolling Contract Role

The Role:

An exciting opportunity for a Receptionist to join a leading Financial Services firm in prestigious offices in Central London and be responsible for the smooth running of the reception area.

Reception Duties:



* Answer internal and external calls, screen and direct / forward calls.


* Greet clients and visitors with a positive, helpful attitude.


* Ensure knowledge of staff movements in and out of the firm.


* Issue security passes for staff.


* Assisting colleagues with administrative tasks.


* Order stock from suppliers online and replenish stock in kitchen.


Facilities Duties:



* General maintenance of all office equipment.


* H&S and maintenance walk round, checking for issues and reporting back.


* Organise meetings, book rooms, organise lunches.


This is a great role for someone with Reception and Facilities experience to work in a varied role and be an important part of the team.

Essential Skills & Experience Required:



* Strong administrative skills


* Proactive, organised and efficient


* Professional communication skills


* Excellent presentation.


* Discreet and confidential.


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Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.