Join our team as a full-time receptionist!
As a Receptionist, your main responsibilities will include:
- Greeting and taking care of visitors and reception area, preparing service of refreshment
- Organizing and helping with internal events (Common Breakfast, meetings, events at our premises)
- Coordinating catering, rooms setting up and cleaning after an event
- Assuring cleanness of reception area and meeting rooms
- Issuing and recording staff entry cards
- Processing incoming calls, dealing with in/outgoing post
- Responsible for buying office supplies and refreshments for visitors and Top Management
- Administrative support for Office Manager
- Delivering and collecting of various documents in person at offices and institutions within the city (notary, Government Office, Embassies and Consulates, etc.)
- Handling business trips, booking tickets and accommodation for staff
- Managing cash register, including regular monthly cash register billing
- Administrative support and search for project opportunities (based on internal training)
Employee perks, benefits
* working in one of the most influential think tanks in Europe
* a chance to shape the leading GLOBSEC events and activities
* fixed working hours and dynamic environment
* international team
* you can grow with us, both as an expert and as a person
Requirements for the employee
Candidates with education suit the position
Secondary with school-leaving examination
Follow-up/Higher Professional Education
University education (Bachelor's degree)
English - Upper intermediate (B2) and Slovak - Upper intermediate (B2)
Microsoft Office - Advanced
Number of years of experience
The position is suitable for a fresh graduate
Personality requirements and skills
In addition to the traits listed, a perfect candidate for a receptionist role may also possess the following qualities:
Excellent communication skills: A receptionist needs to be able to communicate clearly and effectively with visitors, colleagues, and superiors. They should have a friendly and welcoming demeanor, as well as the ability to convey information accurately and efficiently.
Organizational skills: Receptionists are often responsible for managing appointments, scheduling meetings, and keeping track of important documents and information. Strong organizational skills are essential for keeping everything running smoothly.
Adaptability: A receptionist may need to deal with unexpected situations or changes in plans, and should be able to adapt quickly and effectively to these challenges.
Professionalism: A receptionist is often the first point of contact for visitors and clients, and should represent the company in a professional and positive manner.
Attention to detail: A receptionist should be able to pay close attention to details, such as spelling and grammar, when handling correspondence or other documents.
Overall, a great receptionist candidate should have a combination of interpersonal, organizational, and professional skills to excel in the role.
If you are interested in the offer, apply here.