Saturday, October 20, 2007

Job as Front Office Representative - Customer Services (Hospitality-Business Centre)

20 OKTOBER | Closing Date:17-11-07

Regus operates the world's largest network of business centres, providing fully furnished and serviced offices, in some of the best commercial locations around the world. We are a dynamic organisation, with a culture that breeds success. We now have over 950 centres in 70 countries. In Asia Pacific, we currently operate over 70 business centres in 12 countries.

Front Office Representative - Customer Services Rep (Hospitality-Business Centre, Serviced Offices)
(Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, China, Vietnam)


We are inviting energetic and focused individuals to join the Regus team
-Do you want to be part of a professional and fun global team?
-Are you motivated and experienced in providing impeccable service?
-Ambitious? Well presented? Enthusiastic in your approach?

Title: Client Service Representative

Profile of role and ideal candidate

-Interaction with leading businesses around the world
-Skill enhancement and continuous learning through training and development
-Guaranteed retention bonus policy
-Great working environment at prestigious locations

You will:
-Be proficient in MS suite of office products and preferably switchboard operations.
-Hospitality experience and qualifications highly regarded
-Have a minimum of 2 years working experience in a service industry and or reception.
-Be flexible and able to respond to client needs
-Be the 1st point of contact for clientele and will be responsible for providing reception and administration duties

If you pride yourself on being part of a results driven, dynamic team then we would love to hear from you via : Or visit our website :

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