Person, Cup, Coffee Cup, Pottery

Reception Supervisor

  • 638642
  • Sydney CBD
  • Administration & Reception
  • Other
  • Full Time


• Work for one of the largest banking and financial services in the world.
• Full Time working at our corporate site in Sydney CBD
• Monday – Friday shifts, perfect work-life balance

Restaurant Associates has an enviable track record, working with some of the most prestigious venues and corporations in the world. From grand gala events, corporate cocktail parties to intimate gatherings, we provide bespoke food solutions and exceptional dining experiences.

We currently have a vacancy for a Corporate Reception Supervisor at a major global banking and financial services provider. In this Monday to Friday role, you will be the face of the business working alongside and managing the front desk team. Delivery of customer service brilliance is at the heart of everything you do; while administration, reception and general office management tasks are your forte !! 
This role is varied and interesting, two days will never be the same and it's a great step up from a current reception role or perhaps you're looking to work for a global business and keen to make the next step in your career.

Your day might look like this:

  • • Follow established procedures with all guests, coordinating with in-house security as appropriate
    • Book meeting rooms and in-room catering whilst providing accurate and relevant information
    • Register in-coming and out-going correspondence
    • Ensure emails, intranet and phone enquiries are managed in a timely manner
    • Manage and document client issues in the first instance
    • Manage a team of three ensuring the service delivery are consistently met
    • Meet and greet of VIP clients
    • Assist with function and event enquiries with the EA’s and PA’s

The Person

  • 3+ years background in Administration and Office Support managing multiple stakeholders
  • Strong judgement, flexibility and discretion while being proactive, confident and ethical
  • Demonstrable organisational and time management skills
  • Immaculate personal presentation with exceptional verbal and written communication skills 
  • Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet competing priorities
  • Strong leadership skills and experience in setting goals, and mentoring the team to achieve their potential

The Benefits

Our people are awesome. They breathe life into our brands. They make great things happen. We believe in the opportunity to recognise and develop great talent and offer many diverse opportunities. We offer discounts and benefits at hundreds of retail outlets, and have 10+ salary packaging options available  We actively encourage Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, men and women of all backgrounds, ages, sexual orientation and People with Disability to apply. Join a company whose core values are RespectGrowthTeamwork

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