Receptionist/Office Services Clerk – Prominent Vancouver Law Firm (14 month contract)

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Receptionist/Office Services Clerk – Prominent Vancouver Law Firm (14 month contract)

Job ID #2576

Our client, a mid-size downtown law firm, is looking for an ambitious candidate to fill their newly available Reception/Office Services opportunity. This is the perfect opportunity for someone who is looking to get their foot in the door with an exceptional organization.

The successful applicant will have a minimum 1-2 years’ reception or corporate office experience. Professionalism is of the utmost importance in this role, as well as, the ability to handle a very busy desk. Attention to detail, and a strong work ethic a key to this role.

Some duties and responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:

  • Receive and deliver incoming courier deliveries in a timely fashion;
  • Ensure that all outgoing deliveries have correct information and follow up to ensure that deliveries have been completed;
  • Other tasks and duties as may be assigned;

To apply, please send all resumes attention to Kimberly at:, while quoting the job title and job ID # in the subject line.

While we thank all those who apply for their time, only those who are short-listed will be contacted due to the high volume of resumes received.

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Kimberly MacMillan

About Kimberly MacMillan

As Partner, Kimberly is responsible for leading the full-cycle recruitment process and managing the day-to-day operations of the office. She also develops and executes creative sourcing strategies that ensure effective talent acquisition of top-tier candidates. Serving as the main point of contact for clients, she, along with her team, endeavor to facilitate a successful completion for every recruit.

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