Front Office Executive
|Desired Experience in Years||:||2-5 Years|
|Number of Openings||:||1|
|Location/s||:||Corporate office, Hyderabad|
A Front Office Executive is responsible for managing the front desk and reception area and providing excellent customer service for visitors and clients. They must have strong communication and organizational skills, as well as the ability to work independently and as part of a team. They must be professional, have a positive attitude, and be able to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information. They should have a high school diploma or equivalent educational qualifications. Basic computer skills and knowledge of office equipment are necessary. The ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing tasks and priorities is also important for this role.
Top 10 Job Responsibilities for Front Office Executive
Greeting and directing visitors to the appropriate person or area
Answering and directing phone calls as needed
Managing the front desk and reception area
Maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of the front office
Scheduling appointments and meetings
Providing administrative support to the office staff
Handling mail and deliveries
Maintaining accurate records and filing systems
Assisting with special projects or events
Providing excellent customer service to visitors and clients.
Top 10 Job requirements for Front Office Executive
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Good organizational skills and attention to detail
Professionalism and a positive attitude
Strong customer service skills
Basic computer skills and knowledge of office equipment
Knowledge of office procedures and protocols
Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information
High school diploma or equivalent educational qualifications
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Flexibility and adaptability to changing tasks and priorities
Salary - Best in the Industry.
Incentive - Best in the Industry.
Medical Policy for the Candidate and Family.
Current India is walking towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the Government of India has taken a huge initiative at the policy-making level to make it happen by releasing the Vision Document on Electronics Manufacturing Roadmap to make India a powerhouse to reach USD 300Bn in electronics manufacturing by 2026 from a current USD 75Bn.
Make in India (MII) is one such subset Initiative where the Government of India has asked all Government Departments (55,000 in GeM) to buy only Make In India IT Hardware products (where local content is 51% or Class 1 Supplier) this has opened the doors for many Indian brands like RDP to take part in nations mission by manufacturing most affordable high quality make in India IT Hardware products from India to the World by becoming Local Champions.
PLI (Production Linked Incentives) is also a special incentive by the Government of India to local manufacturers to be competitive in the global markets.