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Facilities Services Associate

Company: Rightstone
Location: Palo Alto
Posted on: June 5, 2024

Job Description:

The OpportunityDescriptionWe're looking for a Facilities Services Associate, working in the IT (excluding Telecommunication) industry in East Palo Alto, California, United States.Provide concierge services and general information to help facilitate visits to the company, (e.g., generic business information, conference room reservations, transportation assistance, directions, hotel information, local restaurants, etc.) where requested by the company and provide a general overview of available Site services and amenities.Ensure proper escorts are arranged for non-internal workers within the facilities, (e.g., visitors, customers, guests).Take ownership for the entire reception area, including but not limited to ensuring the environment is clean, tidy, and well represented of a company facility.Respond to complaints in a timely, professional, and courteous fashion while projecting a positive image.Anticipate the needs of customers and guests, whenever possible.Register and provide a temporary badge to visitors, customers, suppliers, short-term company contingent workers and company retirees (if retiree does not possess a retiree photo badge).Answer telephone, transfer calls and provide general assistance.Ensure proper movement of company and personal property in accordance with local guidelines.Experience Required for Your SuccessHigh School Diploma or GED.Fluently speak, read, and write in preferred local language(s) and English.Possess a thorough knowledge of the facility to assist new and visiting employees with Site Jobble

Keywords: Rightstone, Palo Alto , Facilities Services Associate, Other , Palo Alto, California

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