Could you be the first impression of Terrence Higgins Trust for the visitors to one of our centres?
Being the first point of contact for visitors and callers in one of our centres encompasses a broad variety of fulfilling and meaningful tasks. Receptionists are the bridge between the outside and the inside of the organisation and play an important part in creating a friendly and professional welcome to our guests and visitors.
The receptionist role involves computer work, answering calls, paperwork filing plus interacting with general public using the services of Terrence Higgins Trust and by doing it, this takes the pressure off the team working for Terrence Higgins Trust to be able to concentrate on providing a better service.
I came into the role with no previous reception experience and have learnt a lot by volunteering and have been able to use Terrence Higgins Trust on my CV, which has had really positive comments when applying for jobs in the past.
Why not apply to be a volunteer Receptionist today?