Sort by: Date | Relevance
VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST Part-time. Responsibilities: answering multi - line phone, scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, cashiering, filing, etc. Computer skills & ability to lift up to 40 pounds required. Apply with resume at: 8 Caton Road, Corning, NY...
Full job description at Monster
Posted Sat 19th April
Traditionally, it is the person who sits in the lobby or front of an office who is referred to as a receptionist. It is their job to greet any clients, customers, or members of staff as they enter the office. Most employers require at least a high school diploma or GED, although some may even prefer a college degree and previous experience. Any company or agency that deals with the public will have a demand for a receptionist. This opens many doors for those seeking employment. Take a look at a receptionist resume sample before applying to make sure you have added the proper experiences on your resume
Find more Receptionist Jobs on Monster.com.
Learn how to write a resume, find relevant examples of resumes, read through resume help, and then create your resume.
Search through Receptionist jobs by State on Flipdog!