The role of the receptionist is varied but typically includes meeting and greeting visitors, answering telephone calls, giving instructions and monitoring activity in and out of the building. Reception duties are important to all businesses and having a warming, helpful and competent receptionist can make the area seem a lot more welcoming and professional.
The correct receptionist will hugely depend on the culture and services of the business. Salon reception jobs look to attract people who share an interest in health and beauty, and are quite often used to promote the services of what the business is all about. In the corporate landscape a receptionist will be much more formal and have the ability to work in a busy and secure professional environment.
All of the admin and reception jobs we advertise follow the guidelines of our clients, so it's important whilst applying to consider who they are and how you'd fit in. We cater for all levels, from reception manager jobs right through to part time reception jobs that may include less responsibility but require more flexibility. Mitrem are not a reception recruitment agency that cuts corners, we make it our mission to understand the needs of our customers, whether its a business client or candidate, we will go the extra mile to find the perfect fit.
Candidates: If being at the front of house excites you and you have experience commanding a reception area, then we'd like to hear from you! Mitrem Recruitment are constantly on the search for eager and talented receptionists to fill a wide range of reception jobs. Please get in touch with one of our specialist consultants because they may have perfect reception job for you!
Clients: Acquiring the right character for your reception is important, and that's why Mitrem promises a recruitment service that ensures only the most suitable candidates are put forward. We go on a lot more than just previous experience, as we also feel it's vital our clients receive someone that can adapt to a company's voice, style and ethics. We've helped many businesses find quality staff for their receptionist roles, so why not get in touch to see what we can do for you.
Name: Kathryn Hodgson.
Position: Recruitment Consultant.
Sector: Commercial (Temporary Specialist).
Time In Recruitment: 4 Years.
Why should Kathryn represent you?
Kathryn boasts four years in recruitment and has specialised her service towards administration and customer service sectors. Having previously been a key member of Plymouth’s Office Angels, Kathryn now brings superb value to the Mitrem local team. Her personable character and astute awareness to the industry she recruits for makes Kathryn the perfect support for the businesses she recruits for and the candidates she helps to find work.
Kathryn knows her industry inside out and is able to spark a connection with 99% of the professionals she deals with. Having that knowledge and understanding of the market means that Kathryn is able to easily build rapport and offer quick solutions to her customers needs. What’s more, Kathryn is a temporary recruitment specialist, and is able to promptly resolve any issues and thoroughly enjoys the fast paced nature of the job.
5 specialities/core recruitment skills.
Business Development. Sector Specialist For Admin. Account Management. Market Awareness. Strong Local Presence. Clients Kathryn has worked with.
St Lukes. Wolf Minerals. The Range. Thrive Approach. IMASS.
For you, what makes Mitrem unique?
The company culture and enthusiasm to succeed is fantastic. The fact that we provide both a local and national service is also unique.
What’s the best thing about being in recruitment?
I love the variety of the job but I’d say the best thing would be helping people kick start their careers, especially those who go from temporary positions to secure permanent work.
If there was one thing you could change about recruitment, what would it be?
The perception people have of recruiters!
Recruitment is supposed to be the most stressful job on the market – how do you deal with this stress?
A glass of wine in a hot bubble bath.
What we may not know…
I have an unhealthy thing for reality TV.