Part time Job - Temporary Receptionist (1 month contract), CL Holdings Limited
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CL Holdings Limited

We are one of the leading international Food and Beverage groups with over 30 restaurants and bars in Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai and Sydney. To cope with our rapid business development, we are inviting energetic team members to join us!

Temporary Receptionist (1 month contract)

Job Ref.CT3108007-01#0003

Job Description:

  • Incoming telephone calls handling and operate daily front desk duties
  • Guest Greeting and handle enquirers
  • Incoming & Outing mails & courier arrangement
  • Assist in daily office administration works and other duties
  • Support staff event

Requirements:

  • Form 5 / DSE or above
  • Experience as Receptionist is preferred
  • Excellent command of English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
  • Proficient in MS Excel & Word is a must
  • Well organized, with good interpersonal & communication skill, able to work independently
  • Immediate availability is highly preferred

Application Method:

 

  1. Email to hrhongkong@cafedecogroup.com
  2. Send your resume to Human Resources Department, 17/F, Nam Wo Hong Building, 148 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, HK
  3. Contact Human Resources Department at 2108-4467 / 2290-6640

 

Please visit www.cafedecogroup.com for more information about our Company.

All information received will be treated in strict confidence and only for employment related purpose.

(Note that only successful candidates will be contacted.) 

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CT3108007-01#0003
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