Receptionist

Posted 11 May 2023
LocationAuckland
Job type Permanent
DisciplineConstruction
Reference694369

Job description

This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading consultancy in a newly created role as the Receptionist. This award-winning consultancy prides itself on delivering bespoke Project Management solutions to a range of private and public sector clients throughout the country, acting as the client's representatives throughout the project life cycle.

This is a supporting role to the Office Manager providing professional and effective support across administrative duties.

Above everything else, this company invests in the future of their people with an active growth programme internally for staff and encourage them to take a proactive interest in their growth and development by understanding each individual's aspirations and what opportunities are available to them within the company.

The tasks of your role will include but not be limited to: 
  • Assist with business administration requirements 
  • Assist with facilities support 
  • Greet customers and clients
  • Be the first point of contact when people visit the office 
  • Organise bookings and events
  • Set up meeting rooms
  • Assist with marketing
  • Support and help develop a positive workplace culture 
  • Serve the business in good faith, promoting and protecting the business best interest 
Skills and attributes required: 
  • A natural people person and relationship builder
  • Competent with Microsoft Office 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills 
  • A team player, while also able to work autonomously 
  • Sound communication skills 
  • Punctual, reliable, and professional 
  • A proactive problem solver 
  • Trustworthy, adaptable and the ability to manage competing priorities
  • A go-getter with strong initiative
This role will see you working with a collaborative team, who all enjoy a laugh while working in a busy industry. 

If this role excites you please apply now or contact Rachel McNickle 027 2746 821 for further information.