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Salary
Competitive
Closing Date
03/06/2022 23:59
Branch
Leeds (Head Office)
19 April 2022

Receptionist (Part-time)

Do you enjoy providing an excellent service and making people smile? Then we have the perfect role for you!
Redmayne Bentley are looking for 2 part-time Receptionists to join the team (between 15 and 22.5 hours per week), during an exciting time as we move to our brand-new Leeds office, on Wellington Place.

You will be the first and last person visitors see, so it is important to provide a warm welcome, and go above and beyond to ensure they feel a part of Redmayne Bentley and leave with a lasting impression.

Reporting to the Facilities and Health and Safety Manager you will oversee and manage the reception area, answering switchboard calls, arranging internal and external meetings and supporting expense bookings, ensuring everything functions efficiently and effectively.

Based in the bustling city centre of Leeds, we are only a short distance away from the train station. With great connections to several commutable locations means we can be easily accessed.

Our employee package includes 33 days holiday per annum, a bonus and pension scheme, life cover and private medical cover with support from an employee assistance programme. If you are interested in wellbeing and community initiatives, then we are the place for you.  

So, if you hold 5 GCSEs including Maths and English at grades A-C or equivalent, are computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Excel, then please get in touch!

Contact us via recruitment@redmayne.co.uk for further information on the role or package, additionally we would also be happy to arrange an informal chat.
 
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