If you are looking to work in a Gym as a receptionist, then you will need to be good with people and to have a background in a reception job or customer services. As a Gym receptionist you will be answering calls from customers who could be looking to book on a class in the gym, join for membership, ask for general advice, down to a customer who has lost something at the gym on a previous visit.
The role is extremely varied and to do this successfully you will need to be able to communicate well with people and provide a service to them whether this is over the telephone or on a face to face basis.
If you have found a role in which you are keen to apply for, please see the below example which you may use as a guide.
Gym Receptionist CV Example
I am an outgoing yet professional person with excellent communication skills. I have spent the past 3 years working with customers face to face and over the telephone, providing support and guidance to them. I take pride in my work and I like to ensure that I provide the best service I can to customers as this is how I would like to be treated.
I am very efficient, I like to do many tasks and do not like to sit and wait for jobs. I like to work in a high pressure environment as I feel this challenges my own skills and experiences. I am organized, have a good telephone manner and feel that my overall administration skills are good.
Date to Date or To Date – Gym Receptionist – Where?
In my role as a Gym Receptionist I deal with queries coming into the gym from new customers looking to join to existing customers looking to book certain classes. My responsibilities include:
- Book customers onto classes they are interested in
- Take payment details and membership information for new customers
- Customer ID and Gym member ship badges
- General cleaning in the reception area
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 packages – reservations, booking systems etc.
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.