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Receptionists Needed For Immediate Hire


Full and part-time employment opportunities for receptionists, front-desk admins, and office staff on all levels. Positions are received and filled daily.

Available Opportunities

Helping People Just Like You, Find The Receptionist Job They Need Right Now

We update our open job positions daily and that makes us among the most successful temp agencies in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Hampton and Newport News, VA. Take a moment to review our current open receptionist positions and our frequently-repeating jobs. New job postings are added daily. Send us your resume to automatically be considered for new positions that fit your skills as they become available.

To view, sort, and apply for all open positions VISIT THE CAREER PORTAL

Have questions? Please call our office at (757) 499-9221

How We Work For Your Success

People, Not Programs, Make All The Difference

Tired of uploading your resume to job websites – or worse, having to type it in over and over again? Exhausted with trying to optimize your resume for keyword search?  This is where the people here at Image Services Staffing make all the difference. We connect you with employers looking for administrative candidates with your specific skill set and experience. The process is powered by people to help people, just like you, find the administrative position that they are looking for.

The First Step In Finding Your Receptionist Job Is Sending In Your Resume

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What Does A Receptionist Do?

Duties and responsibilities for a receptionist typically include greeting visitors, helping them navigate through an office, answering phones, and sometimes supplying them with refreshments as they wait. In addition, receptionists maintain appointment calendars, sort mail, make copies, and plan travel arrangements. In some environments, they can even assist security by monitoring visitor access.

What Makes A Good Receptionist?

Skilled receptionists are organized, communicate well, and practice excellent time management skills. Also, because they’re often the initial contact for customers and clients, they must have excellent customer service skills, be a problem-solver, and gracefully assist unhappy customers.

Who Does A Receptionist Work With?

Receptionists interact with clients, customers, delivery staff, and other public service members throughout their day. Generally, they report directly to an Office Manager.