Clerk Receptionist (Pretoria)




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Our client is looking for a Clerk Receptionist. This person will be responsible for welcoming and directing visitors into the office whilst ensuring that colleagues have administrative support at all times.

Type: Permanent
Salary: R8,000 per month

Responsibilities:
- Meeting and greeting visitors on arrival to the office acting as a receptionist to all visitors.
- Answering the telephone, refer callers to the appropriate person and take messages.
- File all office documents and records ensuring that files are kept up to date.
- Arranging documentation as required, including photocopying and faxing.
- Delivering and collecting all mail and courier items entering and exiting the office.
- Photocopying all material as required.
- Control the stationery room and make sure that stationery is ordered.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Education: Should have completed school
- Physical: Professional appearance.
- Good interpersonal and organisational skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Good communication skills

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Important:
Your application will be delivered to our client who will then decide whether they would like to invite you for an interview. We have a standing rule that if you have not heard anything within 4 weeks then please consider your application as unsuccessful.

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- You read about this vacancy on our Facebook page;
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- You need to LIKE that status update so that we can see you are a real person;
- Your application will NOT be delivered to us if you have not LIKED the status update.

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