Jun 082017

Job Opening          

– Front Desk Officer living around La, Teshie, Nugua, Spintex Road, Sakumono and its  environs

Our company of approximately 30 people, needs a well-organized and friendly receptionist/Front Desk Officer to welcome our visitors, manage all incoming phone calls and assist with other jobs assigned.


Job Description:                                                       

  • As the first impression for our customers, you represent the company in a professional and welcoming way.
  • Your key responsibilities are to handle all incoming phone calls, especially from our customers, welcome our visitors and assist with data entry, emails and our online-forms.
  • Your strengths in communication and interpersonal relations, as well as ability to manage phone calls and other tasks assigned, will qualify you for this job.

Required Skills or Experience


  • Secondary School leaver
  • Good skills in self-management and the strength to follow up on all tasks independently
  • Welcoming and friendly person
  • Well-groomed appearance
  • Ability to communicate with customers in all situations, respectfulness and creation of a positive atmosphere
  • Experienced in using MS Word AND Excel
  • Ability to fulfil all secretarial tasks reliably and self-responsibly
  • Fluent in English
  • Preferably  living around La, Teshie, Nungua, Spintex Road, Sakumono and its  environs


  • Completion of Secretarial programme
  • At least 1 year working experience
  • Female, 20-30 years

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