Legal Receptionist

Officeteam Eugene , OR 97401

Posted 4 months ago

Would you describe yourself as a motivated self-starter who can handle multiple projects at once with a smile? OfficeTeam has an opening for an articulate, highly-skilled Legal Receptionist at a growing law firm. Candidates with experience in a legal office are highly encouraged to apply. This Legal Receptionist position is offered on a short-term temporary and is located in the Eugene, Oregon area. How you will make an impact

  • Managing all incoming phone calls

  • Wield strong prioritization skills and a sense of urgency

  • Perpetuate a number of different office filing processes and offer general office filing support

  • Oversee various office files and provide general office filing support

  • Put in orders for office and kitchen supplies

  • Receive, review, and distribute incoming mail according to specified procedures

  • Greeting visitors

  • Aid other administrative staff with support overflow work, including word processing, data entry and Internet research tasks

Requirements

  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are a must

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Optimistic, creative, resourceful, solution-oriented, and tech-savvy

  • Foundational knowledge in email

  • Deep understanding of navigating basic office equipment and protocols

  • None experience desired

  • Expertise in switchboard phones from 1-10 lines

  • Customer service and office administrative skills

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills (verbal, written, and listening) This career opportunity is available solely through OfficeTeam. Give us a call today! This is an admirable career move for a growth-oriented Receptionist who is deeply passionate to succeed in their field! .

Employment Type: Temporary


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Legal Receptionist

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