Receptionist (J1171) Leeds, England

Salary: GBP20000 - GBP22000 per annum + Superb Benefits!
Receptionist £20,000

My client a leading law firm with prestigious offices based in the centre Leeds are looking to recruit a highly experienced receptionist to provide a first class service to all external and internal clients, showing professionalism and displaying a friendly disposition at all times.


Working as part of a team to coordinate the front of house reception.
Professionally and promptly, meeting and greeting all of the Firm’s clients, any visitors and any internal visitors from other offices.
Ensuring front of house, including all meeting rooms and boardrooms, together with the client lounge area, front desk and admin room are completely clear of any clutter and kept neat and tidy at all times.
Managing and coordinating the meeting room booking system for 8 meeting rooms.
Managing and coordinating all client hospitality and client catering for all types of events which can include early morning breakfast seminars, client and staff lunches and evening cocktail events.
Setting up and preparing the meetings rooms, boardrooms, seminar suite and training room in advance of any meetings or events taking place to ensure all audio visual equipment, furniture requirements and catering is in place and ready and refreshed as required by the meeting/event host.
Answering the telephone on Reception within 3 rings and providing a switchboard service to the office transferring calls and dealing with incoming queries.

Skills & Experience

To apply for this role you must have at least 5 years previous reception experience within professional services, ideally within legal
Be confident in setting up audio visual equipment and troubleshooting during client meetings from time to time
Have excellent personal presentation with a professional and respectful demeanour
Good attention to detail with and a neat and tidy approach to working practices
A polished, friendly and helpful approach to dealing with any problems that may arise