True, is an agency like no other and you have probably heard good things about us.
We are a collective of talented individuals, thriving in a culture that feels like family. This environment has been deliberately created as our people are the most cherished asset at True.
We a looking for a Front of House person to join us. This integral role is responsible for managing the smooth running of True and ensuring all our guests are well cared for when they visit or phone.
As you are the first impression of the agency we need you to be amazing, so we have put together a wish list of the type of person we are looking for:
- you can naturally make people feel welcome
- you are a friendly people person
- you have a happy can do attitude
- you are organised and helpful
- you love being part of a creative environment
What you get to do in your day.
- provide a friendly and helpful first impression for our clients and suppliers
- ensure the reception area is kept presentable
- work with account service to set up for meetings and help clear away
- some basic administration tasks
- ensure the office is running smoothly at all times by:
- managing levels of supplies in the kitchen
- perform the online supermarket shopping as required
- mange the rubbish and recycling disposal for optimum sustainability
Check out our website https://thisistrue.co/ and if this sounds like a job you would love, then please apply now, or for a confidential conversation please contact Angela 021938373.
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