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What Does a Receptionist Do?

The Job

Receptionist

What is a Receptionist?

Receptionists are often the first voice and face a person
sees when interacting with a company. Receptionists answer phones, receive visitors, provide information and perform clerical duties.

Why Companies Need Receptionists

The first impression a company makes is important, and often that first impression comes from a Receptionist. Further, Receptionists often provide the company with some security by keeping logs of who comes in and out of the office and/or escorting visitors to their destination.

How can I get paid the most?

Achieve your performance goals and measures of success.
  • Records are up to date and complete.
  • Visitors are monitored.
  • Payments and receipts are handled efficiently and professionally.
  • Client problems are addressed promptly and efficiently.

What do Receptionists do?

Receptionists maintain the “face” of a business. This often includes:

  • Answering telephone calls: Receptionists must have good phone etiquette and the ability to take messages and forward calls to their intended recipients.

  • Maintaining calendars: A Receptionist schedules and confirms appointments, and they ensure that all visitors have appointments.

  • Greet, check in and escort or direct visitors to their destinations: A Receptionist needs a friendly-but-firm demeanor when greeting and checking in visitors. All visitors must have a clear reason that they are in the office, and some visitors may require directions or assistance finding their destinations.

  • Inform employees of visitor arrivals or cancellations: When a visitor arrives for or cancels their appointment, a Receptionist informs the affected employee(s).

  • Copy, file and maintain records: Receptionists manage many different kinds of files. These may include visitor logs, phone logs, payments and receipts or CRM databases (customer relationship management databases).

  • Handle correspondence: Receptionists receive mail and packages on behalf of the company and distribute these items to their intended recipients.

  • Hear and resolve complaints: It is often up to the Receptionist to listen to complaints and provide appropriate customer service.


In addition to these highlights there may be other tasks/actions that you will be asked to take part in or complete that coincide with accomplishing the organizations objectives that are broader than the direct responsibilities of this role
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Who manages you and who do you work with?

Receptionists collaborate closely with their department or office manager as well as administrative assistants throughout the company.

The Person

What attitude, attributes and abilities do you need to do the job well and fit with the company culture?

What Abilities (skills and experience) do I need?

  • Communication
  • Computer literacy
  • Customer service
  • Integrity
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills

Nice-to-Have Skills

  • Critical thinking
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Coordination
  • Active learning
  • Near vision
  • Selective attention
  • Deductive reasoning

What Attitudes are a best fit for this job?

  • Social diplomat
  • Coordinator
  • Processor
  • Specialist

The Work

Time Commitment

  • Flexible 
  • Schedule 

Where do you work?

  • Remote 
  • In-Office/Worksite 

How will you get your work done?

Company typically will provide you with the tools that they need you to use to complete your job. This may not include hardware, transportation, or general tools that you would use for both personal and business purposes. Check with the company you match to be sure of what the company will and will not pay for. 

The Type of Job​

  • Full-Time 
  • Part-Time  

These jobs are in demand may also include Internship, Apprenticeship or Learn-On-The-job matches.

Giggers, part-time or independent contractors with multiple clients or projects may not match for this work opportunity.  

What will I get paid and what I will get for doing this job?

The information below is a range of what you could be offered. Compensation and total rewards vary from company to company and your level of proficiency, match, experience, knowledge, and geography. 

  • Total Compensation Range: $28,126-$48,050
  • Employee Benefit, Programs, Perks: $5,000- $25,000 per year 
  • Paid Time Off and National Holidays  
  • Purpose or Impact Alignment between your interests and the companies’ objectives 

 All elements of the total rewards: base compensation, variable compensation, health, and welfare programs the offerings and the conditions of receiving or eligibility of such offerings are all subject to change. The company will provide any changes in writing prior to the effective date.

The Company

All companies that you could match with on pepelwerk offer legitimate direct hire jobs. The people that you will work for and with are interested in building a team of people that have the right fit for the culture, the job and compliment how the team works. 

When you match for jobs, you will have an opportunity to learn more specifics about the company to determine if you are interested in working for them.

How to find the best job for you

Download the People app and complete your Talent Profile and Work Profile. You must match with the right fit based on your work-life goals, attitude and attributes.

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