We are currently seeking to recruit a Receptionist to work in our Motor Claims Department. This job is ideal for someone who likes working in a busy environment, assisting visitors and answering and directing telephone calls.
A typical day would include you greeting customers, welcoming them into the claims office, and directing them to the proper person. You will answer all incoming telephone calls for the department and redirect them to the appropriate person, keep and distribute messages and responding to queries from customers. Also, you will assist in the department by performing general clerical duties including the registering of new claims in the computer system.
We are looking for someone who is friendly with an easy-going personality, has excellent communication skills and the ability to build relationships with colleagues. No previous experience is needed as all the necessary on-the-job training will be provided.
We are ideally looking for candidates with a good standard of education, familiar with Microsoft Office and fluent in both written and spoken Maltese and English.
We offer an attractive remuneration package to the right candidate.
Benefits and Perks:
The chosen candidate will be joining a highly reputable organisation that is known for the excellent training that it provides. It offers a good working environment a good work-life balance and career progression. Benefits include:
- Generous remuneration package
- Reduced Summer hours
- Special leave for parents
- Carers’ leave
- Study support and professional membership reimbursement
- Employee discount on various insurance products
- Group Life and Personal Accident Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Volunteering Leave
GasanMamo Is committed to a policy of equal opportunities in all aspects of employment and encourages applications from the community, irrespective of race, religion, gender, disability, age or sexual orientation.
Apply by sending a covering letter and CV together with contact telephone/mobile number to [email protected]
All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.
29th September 2023