As a Corporate Receptionist you will take many calls coming into a business on a large scale. As a Corporate receptionist you will largely just handle the calls and people coming into the business. The role will rarely include anything else unless there is a team of reception people to cover a wider area.
You will need to be very efficient to do this role as there will be a lot of people, names and extension numbers, departments etc to remember so that you can take the calls and pass them on as quickly as possible.
You will need to be very professional and of a smart appearance to do this role and to uphold the company values. If you have found a role in which you want to apply for, please see the below example CV which you can use as a guide.
Corporate Receptionist CV Example
I am a professional individual who takes pride on being a good receptionist and providing good customer service. I learn new systems and details quickly to enable me to do my job properly.
I am a confident communicator who is self motivated and driven in everything that I do. I like to ensure that I provide the best service that I can in my work and that people feel that they have been given good service by the company.
I work well under pressure and always remain calm. I like to be organized in my work and ensure that I do not leave things undone where possible. I am a good team player but I am also able to work on my own initiative.
Date to Date or To Date – Corporate Receptionist – Where?
In my role as a Corporate Receptionist, I take calls coming into the business and deal with visitors coming for appointments. My responsibilities include:
Take Calls and pass on messages
Let departments/people know their visitors are here
Signing visitors in and out
Keeping the reception area clean and tidy
University, College, School – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Computer skills – MS Office, Excel??? Anything relevant, industry specific packages?
Any specific switchboard systems that you have used in the past?
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
What do you like to do outside of work? – This gives the employer a feel for you as a person although this is not essential.
Available on request.