Job description / Role
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Greets customers, vendors, and other visitors in a courteous, friendly, professional and timely manner.
- Provides entry level administrative support including but not limited to emails, administrative works, office requirements etc.
- Retrieves, sorts and routes mail, correspondence, packages, and messages for timely delivery to appropriate parties.
- Performs courier services as needed to fulfill company goals.
- Coordinates meetings and organizes catering.
- Maintains reception area and conference rooms; always keeps office areas tidy and staged.
- Replenishes items such as water, coffee and snacks and other requirements by the bank.
- Seeks out ways to assist other staff members as time allows.
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Management
- Adheres to company policies and guidelines.
Receptionist is responsible for making a positive first impression on walk-in visitors and callers, as well as directing visitors and routing callers to correct destinations. S/He handles inquiries and provides information about the organization. As a receptionist you can also be able to provides general administrative and clerical support.
About the Company
In October 2008, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) formally entered into the Middle East region, establishing Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Middle East) Limited (regulated by the DFSA) and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (QFC) Branch (authorized by the QFCRA) in quick succession and commencing businesses. This enables ICBC to become the pioneer of China-owned banks in the Middle East region, and will, on the basis of its advanced market position, excellent client base, multiple product structure, strong innovative ability and prominent brand value, allows ICBC to support various infrastructure financing demands in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and the greater Middle East, and comprehensively provide various financial services including international trade, domestic guarantee and oversea credit, project financing, to become the economic bridge and channel between China and the Middle East region.
At the end of 2009, ICBC succeeded in acquiring a wholesale banking license from Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates, which is seen as a big progress for ICBC in the Middle East region. Now a chain has been formed between the cities of Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha to provide more comprehensive financial services to ICBC clients in the region.
ICBC will keep on improving its network within the Middle East region by relying on abundance of market resources, insistence on prioritizing commercial banking, striving to develop investment banking and asset management, so as to strengthen ICBC's influence and competitiveness, and become the most influential and respectable bank in the region.