Role - Weekend Receptionist
Location - Chester
Pay - £10-£11 PH
Richard Abson Group are assisting a premium car dealership in Chester to find them a Weekend Receptionist.
You’ll be meeting and greeting customers into the dealership and guiding them on which department to go to, deal with telephone enquiries and emails. you’ll work Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 11am-4pm.
If this role appeals to you then please APPLY NOW or call Jake Jones at Richard Abson Group.
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To become a good weekend host, you must ensure that the reception area of the car dealership is neat, organised and tidy. Employers now expect them to be more tech-savvy. You also need to plan out your foundational actions and assign simple chores to the employees working under you.
If you are an ambitious host with no prior experience, then you must understand the concepts of sections and rotations. You must also ensure to greet customers as they enter and exit the store. Familiarity with your products and best-sellers is a plus. Also, you need to be good at communication with the clients.
As soon as a visitor enters, the host should smile and greet them pleasantly. This is the first point of contact with your customer. The host should be courteous, inquiring about the customer's needs and expressing genuine interest. If possible, hosts should seat visitors according to their preferences.
Greeting guests, delivering correct wait times, and leading them to the dining and bar facilities are all tasks of the host. You should have strong organisational and people skills for this position in order to ensure that our visitors have a great experience from the moment they arrive until they depart.
To become a weekend host at an automotive company, you may need GCSEs with prior experience in the automotive industry providing customer service. You may also require interpersonal skills and a positive mindset with effective communication and phone etiquette to perform your job successfully. Flexibility when rotating shifts is also required.
This is an important role since the weekend host serves as the guests' initial point of contact. Greeting guests, delivering correct wait times, and leading them to the dining and bar facilities are all tasks of the host. You should have strong organisational and people skills for this position in order to ensure that the visitors have a great dining experience from the moment they arrive until they depart. You should also be prepared to work in shifts if necessary. According to the weekend host job description, you will also ensure that our customers receive outstanding service and have a pleasant experience.
It is your responsibility to establish relationships with consumers and comprehend their demands. You are also required to provide visitors with refreshments. You also need to keep the showroom looking nice. As a weekend host, you must also not forget to check that all vehicles and equipment are clean and properly positioned, with the trunks and doors closed. Lastly, one of your core responsibilities is to participate fully in the showrooms or car dealership area's operations. InAutomotive is one of the UK's largest automotive job search sites. You can find more details regarding dealership jobs here.
To successfully do your job as a weekend host, you need excellent written and verbal communication abilities. Computer literacy, outstanding customer service abilities and the capacity to multitask and work under time constraints are the best qualities of a weekend host. You also need a pleasant and accessible demeanour to leave a good first impression on the customers. A good weekend host also needs to be approachable to come to them for their queries comfortably. The ability to work well under challenging circumstances and stress is a plus. These professionals need to be self-assured and well-presented with an ability to adapt. You can find out more about weekend host jobs at InAutomotive.
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