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Dominion Placments - polokwane, Limpopo

Previous reception experience and admin background essential. Receptionist Work careers Pietersburg... 9500

from: jobplacements.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

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Kianolani Recruiters - bendor park, Limpopo

2 years prior experience essential Receptionist careers Pietersburg... R9000 per month

from: jobplacements.com - 21 days ago

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Polokwane, Limpopo

Minimum of 2 years experience in a hotel reception Must have grade 12 and be computer literate Opera System Experience required Do guest check-ins and guest check outs receptionist jobs in mokopane...

from: hoteljobs.co.za - 7 days ago

Receptionist (Hospitality Industry experience essential)  

Creativ Crew Pty Ltd - polokwane, Limpopo

Process payments and compile invoices of guests stay. Opera System Experience required. Well spoken and well-presented individual. secretary jobs in polokwane...

from: jobplacements.com - 18 days ago

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Kianolani Recruiters - bendor park, Limpopo

Reception duties, ordering spares, e-mail management, attending to visitors and overall running of the office in absence of the owner. Receptionist Receptionist in Polokwane, Limpopo... R7000 - R8000

from: jobplacements.com - More than 30 days ago

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MPRTC Recruitment - Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Your details will be held for future vacancies. Computer literate (Opera systems) You will need to reside in receptionists polokwane...

from: bizcommunity.com - 21 days ago

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Kianolani Recruiters - bendor park, Limpopo

Computer Skills (Microsoft Office) Debt Collection R9 000

from: jobplacements.com - More than 30 days ago

Switchboard / Receptionist  

Kianolani Recruiters - bendor park, Limpopo

Must have drivers license and own car Duties/Responsibilities R8000pm

from: jobplacements.com - More than 30 days ago

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Fast Recruitment - Polokwane, Limpopo

Answer and direct telephone calls. Do guest check ins and guest check outs Assist with queries and guests complaints.

from: thejobcentre.co.za - 9 days ago

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Receptionist - Polokwane  

Polokwane, Limpopo

Matric, tertiary qualification Requirements: R6K

from: hoteljobs.co.za - 18 days ago


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  • Maximum age for receptionist? Bianca

    Can I become a receptionist if I am 55?

    • Jenni:

      I firmly believe that at age 55, which by the way I am too, we have gone through all of the issues one had when younger. Children are adults, we have amassed years of people experience, and maturity! Nothing should hold one back from being of service to any practice or company! Good luck to all...Jenni

    • Amber:

      Totally so. I'm with Jenni. At this age you've gone through a lot and gathered a lot of experience and wisdom. I think that most times you're more able for the task than the general believe gives you credit for.

      • Jenni:

        Hi Amber,one thing that I've also learnt being older, is that I am not afraid to ask questions, or take on new challenges! My motto is..'measure twice, and cut once'. There's one country that I have the utmost respect for is Australia/New Zealand..why? Take note of how many mature (older) people work for Border Security! Why? Because there is value, and years of experience, with more mature people! If one is in good health, why not use those people to enrich businesses?

        • Amber:

          Yes, with experience and age also your corners have been chipped off and you've learned to play the balance between the radical (in the good sense) approach of youth and the political correctness (sometimes too marked) that age teaches you to smooth off. Yes we can work, and very well, after 50!

          • Jenni:

            Yep, I agree 100% with you Amber! It all depends on the person, because lets be realistic, there are many dedicated, hard working younger people, and so also not so dedicated maturer people! It's all got to do with attitude, and a willingness to enhance one's work place, and engage with other people! An 'attitude of gratitude' & Service Excellence!

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