Receptionist

Fundamental Administrative Services, LLC Victoria , TX 77901

Posted 2 months ago

Retama Manor Nursing Center

3103 Airline Drive

Victoria, TX 77901

P:

361-575-6457

F:

361-576-5569

Full Time

Position Summary

The Receptionist will be primarily responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls, taking/ delivering messages to personnel, and answering questions for callers regarding the organization including address, directions, etc. They will also welcome on-site visitors, assist them appropriately, and always provide excellent customer service to both the visitors and fellow staff members. The Receptionist may also perform other administrative or clerical duties such as filing, photocopying, and collating as needed.

Apply in Person!

To expedite your application, please stop by in person at the address above to fill out your Application for Employment. Applications are accepted 7-days a week.

Qualifications

  • Ideal candidate is outgoing, upbeat, organized, and demonstrates excellent customer services skills

  • Must have a minimum High School diploma or equivalent G.E.D

  • Must have 1-3 years of relevant experience, preferably in a healthcare environment

  • Must have excellent phone etiquette, communication skills, and customer service skills

  • Must have working knowledge of computers, internet access, and the ability to navigate within Microsoft Office Suite, or similar programs

  • Must be able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing

Benefits:

All of our employees are valued and receive a competitive hourly rate; our full time team members are valued and offered a benefit package designed to fit their needs and those of their family, which includes:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance/ Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Life Insurance Coverage

  • Short and Long-Term Disability Options

  • Tuition Reimbursement & Nursing Loan Repayment Programs

  • 401 (k) Savings Plan

  • Paid Time Off

  • DailyPay option available! - Get your pay, when you need it.

  • MetLife Auto and Home Insurance - employee discount available

  • Helping Friends Foundation

  • Employee Assistance Plan

  • Tickets at Work - entertainment ticket discounts

  • Purchasing Power - online purchase/payroll deduction

  • In-facility education programs and more!

  • Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/Vets/Disabled. Drug-free/Smoke-free work environment.

Req. ID:014188 | 90569 - Retama Manor Nursing Center/Victoria South

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Receptionist

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