Receptionist / Customer Service
Best Family Law firm in Dallas is looking for the best receptionist. We need a Customer Service Specialist – also called our Director of First Impressions – to be the relationship builder and frontline of our Firm’s customer service department. You will play an important role in helping us provide a compassionate and outstanding customer experience.
Central Expressway (75) and Meadow. We have the coolest modern, open space office design of any law firm in Dallas, and I have seen at least two other attorney’s offices, so I know. It really is cool, no joke.
What attitudes and traits will serve you well:
Cool Things You’ll Learn
You’ll learn how to help people. How to care about them and take care of them. We are going to help them through possibly the worst time in their life. You will learn about the Family Law judicial system. You won’t be the same person after working here. You will be a better person with increased critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. You will learn what it takes to run a business (that happens to be a law firm). You will learn how to work as a team in a collaborative fashion, where we all succeed together or we all fail together (hopefully not a lot of this one). You will learn that every idea, from every teammate, is a good one, and will make us better in the future.
What skills and experience you’ll need:
The Hiring Process
If this exciting opportunity appeals to you, we look forward to reviewing your resume.
Please follow these instructions.
Prepare a cover letter with no more than two paragraphs and a single closing sentence. In the first paragraph explain what you believe are the 3 most important qualities that must be possessed by a receptionist working with people experiencing divorce. In the second paragraph tell me why you applied to this particular ad. As a closing sentence please write, “I have read the instructions contained in the job posting and have followed the instructions.”
This firm was built by Chris Schmiedeke and he built his law firm around one goal and he calls it Divorce.Simplified. Well, it doesn’t mean that a divorce is “simple”. Divorces can be extremely stressful, both financially and emotionally. We are here to try and “simplify” the divorce process to reduce our clients stress and so they can understand what is going on. Trust me, divorces are never “simple”. So, how are we different? How Do we "simplify" things?
1st - We are honest with our clients.
2nd - We simplify the process by communicating with our clients.
3rd - Teamwork
4th - We work efficiently.
5th - Provide top notch customer service.
You should apply and find out more. We would love for you to be apart of the team.