Dedicated and focused employee willing to perform a multitude of duties as required and requested.
Worked overtime and at home without pay to get projects finished.
Have met customers outside of the workplace to accommodate their schedules.
Trained employees at other locations out of town and stayed late to help them catch up.
Helped in other departments to keep them from falling behind and to keep customers happy.
Volunteered at local events.
I began at Greiner Motor Company as the Receptionist, keeping the coffee and cookie bar stocked and clean, answering and transferring all phone calls to the appropriate department or manager, greeting and directing customers to the department they sought after, taking customer payments in the form of cash, credit cards, checks, and telechecks, balancing the cash drawer, filing, and copying, faxing and scanning documents as needed.
I was then promoted to the Title Clerk/Office Assistant position. My responsibilities included everything mentioned above along with posting the payments received the previous day and depositing them into the bank, handling all title work for the vehicles purchased and traded in, including writing checks for loan payoffs on trade ins, verifying that all of the proper and necessary paper work is provided in the vehicle deal jackets, coordinating vehicle trades between dealerships, input of vehicle information into system, plus many other menial duties.
Once promoted to Office Manager, all of the above responsibilities were still performed on occasion if not daily. My main responsibilities were processing all title work, depositing all profit into the bank, preparing outgoing mail and sorting incoming mail, coding statements, helping customers and employees, attending weekly accounting meetings.
This was a summer job while home from college. At the Sleep Inn I performed basic housekeeping duties such as vacuuming rooms, hallways and steps, changing linens and tidying beds, dusting and polishing wood surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting bathrooms, sweeping and mopping, restocking items such as soaps, tissues, coffee and cups, and verifying that customers have all that they need and are satisfied with their stay.
At the Princess Theatre I was hired as a concessions worker, who cleans the lobby, bathrooms, office, concession area, and theatre- sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, wiping down and disinfecting, cleaning glass, etc. I also sold concessions and, on occasion, movie tickets, answered phone calls, and changed the marquee when necessary.
With a promotion to Assistant Manager, I still did all of the same duties as before plus regular movie ticket sales, balancing the cash drawer, using the film projector, and locking up at the end of the night.
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