A resume without a skills section is like a boiled egg with no salt – bland, and not edible (read that as “not readable”).
The whole point of a resume is lost if you do not mention how well you fit into the organization where you intend to work, and how much you have that you can offer and contribute.
All this information is within your skills, and when you correctly write this section, your abilities are automatically communicated to the hiring manager.
The skills section on a car dealership receptionist resume is considered an essential part of the resume for many reasons. The main reason is that it offers information about you as an applicant that no other can offer. You can make yourself look like the god of all things through mention of your abilities, allowing hiring managers to concentrate on you as a viable candidate for a job.
However, this is only possible if what you have to offer is appropriately communicated to the hiring manager, who has no idea that you exist on the planet. That can be wonderfully done through the resume – the skills section – allowing you to concentrate on what your core abilities are, and how they can be used to make an organization better in many areas.
Here is a list of skills statements that you can refer to, to write your own:
Sample Car Dealership Receptionist Skills for Resume
• Demonstrated ability to act as the first point of contact for all visitors and customers.
• Effectively able to articulate initial information regarding the car dealership facility, including the availability of cars, and lease options.
• Deep familiarity with following procedures to assign sales representatives to customers, in a bid to ensure that appropriate services are provided.
• Proficient in manning the PABX, by giving initial information, taking and relaying messages, and forwarding calls to intended recipients.
• Adept at assisting sales personnel in handling sales queries, concerning costs, and delivery timelines of approved cars, and other vehicles.
• Documented success in managing paperwork such as vouchers and bills, to complete sale and purchase transactions.
• Proven ability to receive, sort and distribute daily mail, ensuring that the right recipients receive them.
• Track record of efficiently and confidentially creating and managing records and files, and ensuring that they are updated periodically.
• Competent in creating and updating calendars, and scheduling meetings and informational seminars.
• Qualified to oversee and manage inventory of office supplies, including papers, pens, brochures, voucher books, invoice papers, and photocopied materials.