Pamela M. Mora
**** ****** ***** **. • San Antonio, Texas 78209
210-***-**** • firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a highly motivated, accomplished and qualified individual with extensive Receptionist/Administrative Assistant knowledge and utilization of office applications. I am seeking a challenging position to enhance my skills and proficiency in an established firm.
Raba-Kistner Consultants, Inc. 2008-2018
In a pleasant and professional manner, receive and direct all incoming telephone calls; greet and announce all visitors, maintain the reception area and supplies, conference room calendars, prepare correspondence, travel arrangements, car rentals, address vendor issues, memos and reports, maintain logistics of staff and inner office meetings to include all other tasks as assigned and above all maintain a strict level of confidentiality at all times.
Cauthorn Hale Hornberger Sheehan Fuller Becker & Beiter, Inc. 2000-2003
Responsible for full receptionist duties to include document preparation, file maintenance, general litigation support and correspondence for the firm. Maintenance of all current calendars to include appointments, service calls, travel arrangements and monthly billing.
Lindow & Treat, L.L.P. 1998-2000
Executed daily operations of general litigation support. Structured and maintained general active litigation files. Further duties were preparation of attorney’s expenses and reimbursements, heavy client contact and general overall support for the attorneys and firm.
R.I. Kahn, P.C. 1997-1998
Work duties included all areas of personal injury and litigation support, including preparation of settlement documents, general correspondence, file maintenance and daily client contact.
Albertson, Snow & Laurel, L.L.P. 1994-1996
Provide receptionist needs and overflow secretarial duties as assigned.
• Managed email, phone, and mail communications for senior Marketing and Finance managers.
• Responded to internal and external inquiries in a timely manner.
• Greeted visitors and directed them to appropriate offices.
• Ability to communicate fluently and effectively in English and Spanish
• Goal-oriented and ability to handle multiple tasks
• Office Tools: Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Windows XP.
• Internet Tools: Email, Search Engine, etc.
Ultimately, I believe that the receptionist is the first impression of the office.