DO YOU WANT A JOB? WE NEED A ROCK STAR RECEPTIONIST WE NEED A ROCK STAR RECRUITER WE NEED A ROCK STAR VERIFIER WE NEED ROCK STAR SALES PEOPLE EMAIL your resume to A Well Established distributor of government issued gold, silver and platinum coins is in need of a Rock Star Receptionist who will be the front face of our company. We need someone who loves people and easily demonstrates that through every aspect of their personality and interaction. You can't be a dud! In this position, you will be the "first impression" and duties will include meeting and greeting our internal and external clients, answering and transferring phones to appropriate sales representatives, scheduling hotel and travel arrangements as necessary, straightening the lobby, and working on any special projects for executive level staff managers. You must be super polished, very friendly and have a fabulous attitude. We are looking for someone who will thrive in a very strong customer service and sales service oriented position, while working in a fast paced gold and silver financial business. Here are the four major responsibilities of our receptionist: (1) Answering the telephone. The receptionist receives incoming telephone calls. The receptionist not only routes calls to other employees but provides basic information about the business (e.g., hours of operation) to customers and other interested people. A receptionist may at times also schedule appointments for customers who request them by telephone. (2) Greeting visitors to the office. A receptionist is usually the first person that ALL staff visitors will encounter when they enter the office. The primary duty is to greet everyone in a polite, pleasant and professional way. Additionally, the receptionist alerts appropriate personnel that a visitor has arrived and directs visitors to wait in our lobby area and when to proceed to another area of the office. (3) Security. Related to the receptionist's role as a greeter, is the receptionist's important position within the overall security of the office. While the receptionist is not a security guard, the receptionist is in a position to recognize unwelcome visitors and prevent them from entering the office. This may involve simply asking unwelcome visitors to leave, or, in more serious situations, calling for management/personnel or the police. In some situations, a receptionist may check identification of visitors. (4) Secretarial tasks. When not performing other duties, receptionists typically perform miscellaneous secretarial tasks. Duties will vary depending upon the nature of the business and the availability of other personnel, but may include light typing, receiving mail and parcels, sorting mail, receiving faxes and email, sending faxes and email, data entry, and filing EMAIL your RESUME to COME TELL US WHY YOU SHOULD BE ON OUR TEAM!