If you have found a role as an Office Receptionist that you want to apply for then you will have a good combination of both office experience and reception work. An Office receptionist will usually be for a smaller company where the role is a dual purpose role. You will probably sit in the general office or in a reception area but of a small company so your role will change in demand depending on visitors to the business and what administrative workload you have that day.
In this kind of role, you will get a lot of exposure to different jobs, therefore, adding more skills to your CV and gaining good experience.
If you are wanting to write a cover letter to support your application, please see the below example that you can use as a guide.
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Office Receptionist Cover Letter Example
222 Every Road, Any Town, AA1 1BB
Mrs Jane Smith
Application for the role of Office Receptionist
I would like to apply for the role of Office Receptionist which I have seen advertised in (which publication and when).
I am an experienced administrator with a good telephone manner. I enjoy providing administrative and reception support in my roles. I am skilled in Microsoft office applications and I pick up new systems quickly.
I have had experience in passing on calls, dealing with visitors to the business and generally organising a busy office department. I do a varied job role from dealing with the post to taking cheques and payments to the bank, sending out invoices, typing letters, ordering stationery and acting as the first point of call to visitors coming into the office and calling into the company.
I am organised, efficient and thorough in my work. I like to ensure that I work hard and stay on top of my workload.
Please find attached my CV for your consideration. Should you be interested in my skills please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV.