Receptionist

Cedar Fort, Inc., a publishing company in Springville, UT, is looking for a detail oriented Front Receptionist with excellent computer skills to join our publishing team.
Responsibilities will include entering all orders that come in via fax, email, or online. You will also be required to answer phones and help out customers that come into the office. You will also handle all incoming and outgoing mail, filing of company documents, and ordering supplies. You will be responsible for entering in and updating information on our titles for our national accounts including Amazon. We are looking for someone that gets along well with others and can work as a team as well as individually.
Qualifications: Must have good written and verbal communication skills; must have good customer services skills; must be organized and detail oriented and able to enter in data accurately and quickly; must have a good working knowledge of computers, Mac knowledge is a plus.
This is a full time position from 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday. Pay starts at $8.50 an hour.
Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to kat@cedarfort.com with "Front Receptionist Position" in the subject, and we will consider scheduling an interview. Position open until filled.
If you would like more information about our company, please check out our website at www.cedarfort.com.
Must have good written and verbal communication skills; must have good customer services skills; must be organized and detail oriented and able to enter in data accurately and quickly; must have a good working knowledge of computers, Mac knowledge is a plus.
Contact: Katreina Eden
Phone: 801-489-4084
Email: kat@cedarfort.com
Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to kat@cedarfort.com with "Front Receptionist Position" in the subject, and we will consider scheduling an interview. Position open until filled.

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