Office assistant receptionist Interview Questions
22Office Assistant Receptionist interview questions shared by candidates
Why do you feel you're a good fit for this position?1 Answers
(None of the questions surprised me...I don't have much to add here.)
Why you have left previous job?1 Answers
I was doing temporary job and my job was not secure so i left that job.
One of the male Chiropractor's asked me if I was or was planning on becoming pregnant (illegal to ask). What medications I was currently taking (illegal to ask). What my Mother does for a living (not illegal, but just weird to ask). Also said to me "there seems to be a delay in your answers" (i.e. I was slow), told him I was trying to think about my answers before I blurted them out since this was an interview... Sorry I was taking up too much of your precious time!1 Answers
We are sorry the interview did not go as you wanted. We wish you the best for the future. Less
Barely any. Desmond just wanted to get through the interview quick. And simply verify skill levels for Microsoft programs.1 Answers
Proficient in all, intermediate in Quickbooks.
What is the main reason you offer for this role? How do you show that you have to be choose?1 Answers
because in receptionist position you must multitask to receive incoming call and guest. being calm and proffesional in front guest. always check and attention to detail is important too & handle distraction well. i think i have the main reason for this role. Greeting guests and connecting them with the right staff Managing visitor traffic Answering and directing phone calls Maintaining visitor security procedures (guest logs, visitor badges, etc.) Accepting and routing deliveries and/or daily mail When creating a receptionist job description, the first step is to make sure all these basics are covered. Usually, the receptionist will end up doing much more than those basic duties. Many are also responsible for administrative tasks, special projects, and support for individual executives, and i have experience with administrative task and i can handle it. i care about the people i work with. i think i have aduqate education and work experience. in addition i am always enthuastic about what i do. this will be contribute positifly to growt of your company. Less
Are you fluent in Spanish?1 Answers
Describe your ideal job?1 Answers
An administrative position at a mid-size public university.
If I was proficient in MS Word? Among other things that really were redundant and not really about the position.1 Answers
Blank stare. Answered and thinking to myself, I've been doing this for almost 15+ years. Did not get a good vibe fron the interviewers. Very unprofessional atmosphere. How do interview with old t-shirt, jeans and plastic brackets. Not a good look for "the Hawks" organization. Walked out unimpressed and disappointed that such a huge organization would employ such mess. Represent the position and the organization. Would recommend they revamp their front office staff. Less
What qualities are you more proud of?1 Answers
My compassion and empathy for others
What do you want to be when you "grow up"?1 Answers
What kind of management style do you prefer?