Want to be an Exceptionist?

We are always looking for excellent (or should we say EXCEPTIONAL) off-site receptionist candidates to join us. It’s hard to know when we’ll need to hire next, but when the time comes it’s great to have quality people to reach out to right away!

If the job below sounds like something that would make you happy long term, please send your resumé and cover letter along for consideration. When a position becomes available, top candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Shifts (FT only)

  • Monday through Friday
  • 8 AM – 5 PM or 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM CST, includes a 1-hour unpaid lunch


  • No weekends
  • Paid holidays
    • New Years Day
    • Memorial Day
    • Independence Day
    • Labor Day
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Day after Thanksgiving Day
    • Christmas Eve
    • Christmas Day
  • Work from home (a quiet environment is necessary)
    • Equipment is provided for the duration of employment
  • Paid sick days
  • Vacation days (unpaid for the first year)
  • Learn new industries and skills!
    • Instead of being stuck with one type of business or task, you’ll get to work with several! We find this keeps the job from becoming monotonous.
  • Work independently
    • Being off-site means we place a lot of trust in our team members to successfully manage themselves and the satisfaction of their clients
  • Comfortable dress code
    • If working from home, pajamas are approved
    • If working from a coworking space, jeans and t-shirts will do the trick
  • Respect
    • We appreciate the value that receptionists bring to every business, especially our own. We refuse to work with businesses that don’t have similar views.

Job Description & Duties

As an off-site receptionist, you will be the first point of contact for 4 or more small businesses and their customers. Your main responsibility will be to support them via phone, chat, email, and text. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Providing educated answers to customer service questions
  • Scheduling and managing appointments
    • Boost efficiency by being mindful of drive-times, locations, routes, and more!
  • Routing calls to appropriate staff
  • Securing orders/receive payments
  • Screening out telemarketers
  • Delivering and returning messages
  • Responding to live-chats
  • Organizing and responding to emails
  • Sending appointment confirmations/reminders
  • Maintaining customer records
  • Managing out-of-office settings
  • Staying up to date with individual company changes
  • Learning new programs as necessary to fulfill services

When you are assigned a new business, you will be provided training as well as learn on an independent basis. This onboarding process may take anywhere from 1 day to 2 weeks dependent on the nature of the client being served.

Skills Necessary to be a Qualified Candidate:

  • Minimum 25 WPM typed
  • Good spelling/grammar, or a commitment to use Grammarly
  • Willingness to learn new programs and skills, sometimes quickly
  • The ability to maintain a kind and controlled customer service presence
    • Customers should not be able to hear our sleepy or agitated moods
    • Consistency is key to forming lasting good impressions
    • Call volume can be high, the right receptionist understands this to be a basic expectation of the day-to-day experience
  • A natural instinct for how to manage time and prioritize tasks
  • Self-motivation to perform high quality work
    • Each receptionist IS our reputation
  • Mutual respect
  • Confidence with a side of humbleness
    • It’s not necessary to be perfect, it IS necessary to own mistakes and learn from them
  • Experience as a receptionist is preferred, but not necessary