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Coachworks Renovations Ltd - Gravesend, Southern

We are recruiting for an afternoon Receptionist at our Vehicle Accident Repair Centre in Gravesend. This is a permanent position. The suitable applicant will have a smart appearance and be mature and able... Receptionist Work careers Gravesend... 7.50 - 8.00 per hour

from: Directgov - 2 days ago

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Rark Solutions ltd - Gravesend, Kent

We are ideally looking for candidates who have experience of working in a face to face/reception environment and someone who build good relationships with customers. Greeting clients and guest into the... Receptionist careers Gravesend... 19000.00

from: reed.co.uk - More than 30 days ago

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Just Recruitment Solutions Limited - Gravesend, Kent

Overtime is available and a bonus system is in place, rewarding for productivity and efficiency NVQ Level 3 in Motor Vehicle Service and Repair, along with at least 2 years of post-qualification experience... school receptionist jobs in gravesend... 21000.00

from: reed.co.uk - 22 days ago


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    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

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      My ideal job is a part time Receptionist working Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm

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      I would love to be in a solid admin role. My stress is finiding oelne to fit in with school hours. Im a single mummy and can only get part time between certain hours its so stressful

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  • Job search Alison Rice

    It's so hard to find a new job especially if your over 40! Employers need to appreciate the over 40's more. We have a lot to give. Lots of life experience and work experience. Employers please take note and give the over 40's a chance! Thank you from A. Rice

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  • find a job Ruby

    I worked as receptionist but I lost my job because the company went bankrupt.
    I'm 45 years and I don't know where to find a new job. I’m Spanish native and speak English, Italian and Portuguese.
    Where can I find a new job?

    • Gorge James946:

      i was also a receptionist but they didn't tke me for some reason. but now i am searching again

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  • Hospitality Kat13

    I work in a hotel. Up until this month, we were on short hours (needs of the business). This will be my second Christmas at work, and yes we will be working all over Christmas and New Year. We don't have a celebration. What's the point. I took this job as it was meant to be full time! I am an experienced Receptionist but am too old at 57 for a lot of companies so I have to put up with rotten hours and work conditions. What are your thoughts?

    • Barbara:

      It is a hard to find a suitable job when you are unemployed and over fifty now! Prospective employers do not seem to recognise or appreciate work experience and skills gained, and if you are not working it is even harder to get a foot in the door.
      Barbara

    • Gorge James946:

      it is kind of hard

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  • Languages to work George

    Hello all,
    I’m looking for a receptionist job. I saw different jobs and a skill is languages. But not define which languages are more important.
    What languages do you think are most important for this work?
    Thank u!

    • Joshua:

      Hey! I think in this kind of job every language you know is an advantage. Because the tourists come from everywhere. But the most common are French, Spanish, German etc I guess

    • John Macey:

      I lost my job 6years ago,Iam now 62years old Ihave a wealth of experiance but nobody wants to Employ me. Why is it that age seems to be a hindrance?

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  • Unemployment and facing Homelessness Elaine

    I am an above average educated person. Due to unexpected circumstances, I now have 2 suitcases of possessions. I lived in my own home with every comfort any human being could want. I started my working life at 17 as an Air Hostess. I studied during my working life and now am capable of almost any job. I have tried to get employment but I always get the response of being "over-qualified". No one is "Over qualified" to clean a floor or work as a Receptionist. Especially if I am an going person and excel in working with people. So I am unemployed with no possibilities right now, although I still try. I am living with my son and his wife and granddaughter. We live in a small flat and my sons' wife is having another child. I have to leave this accommodation but have no where to go. I have contacted certain authorities to no avail. I am willing to work for my board and lodging to get on my feet again but cannot find any such safe arrangement. I have 2 weeks to find a solution...preferably on the South Coast (Devon). I am 57 and cannot live on the streets. I have not mentioned the emotional trauma i.e. even having to give my dog (who I loved so much), away. Who can help me. As mentioned, I am not looking for hand-outs...I am willing to work for my survival.

    • Betsy:

      This is so unfortunate Elaine. I lived through similar circumstances and it's truly very tough, I soo feel for you. In my case, I opted for taking any job available even if it wasn't in my own field. As a matter of fact before I finally got a job in my area I worked cleaning offices and shopping centers, I didn't love it but it helped me stay afloat for a while. I wish you all the best!

      • Shadow:

        Thanks Betsy. Good to know there are people that care.

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  • Applying for any Job in UK Mary May

    I am looking for a job opportunity in UK. hmmmmmmm.... I am a degree holder and presently taking up my Masters. I am looking for an employer who could help me and be my sponsor in going there. I am confident enough to say that I have the qualities. I am from Philippines and proud to be a Filipino. I only hold a Philippine Passport now. I want to land a job that would help me and my family. I can go for Administrative, Human Resource and that commensurate to my educational qualifications.

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