CELPIP Reading Correspondence Receptionist Position

CELPIP Reading Correspondence Receptionist Position

This Reading Module has 11 questions similar to the kinds of questions that you can expect to find on an actual CELPIP Test. Practice CELPIP Reading Correspondence Lecturer Betty.

Directions: Read the letter.

Dear Ms. Janet Wells,

I’m writing this cover letter regarding the receptionist position at William Carry Sons. With 11 years of experience as a receptionist and numerous achievements over the course of my career, I am confident that my skills and experience make me the perfect candidate for this position. I noticed in your job posting that you have emphasized on specific skills sets in the realms of education, analysis, savings, organizational efficiency, and planning.

While my resume goes into finer detail regarding my day-to-day job roles, I think it’s worth mentioning again my major achievements during my 11 year career as a receptionist, which happen to match the skill set you are looking for .

  • Researched and recovered $10k in undue payments from past erroneous billings and earnings. Awarded by upper management.
  • Organized complex travel arrangements for 10 sales representatives, while reducing travel expenses by 40% by coordinating budget travel routes.
  • Followed up with existing customers and prospective clients, securing 14% in new accounts.

Throughout my tenure at both Stern Real Estate and AMC Corporation, I have been lauded as a consummate professional, a hard worker, and an exceedingly competent employee that requires little to no supervision. I am careful to double and triplecheck all items related to expenditures and company planning and maintain strict confidentiality to sensitive items.

I am looking forward to discussing this position with you in detail. I am certain that my qualifications and experience will allow me to exceed the expectations you have for the receptionist role in William Carry Sons. Thank you for your time and consideration. celpipmaterial.com

Sincerely,
Serena

Questions

PART 1-

Q1. The epistle is about

a. the skills of the worker
b. the recruitment for a receptionist
c. the budget related issues
d. work plan in the office

Q2. The proletarian holds an experience of

a. more than 11 years
b. less than 11 years
c. her professional career
d. in the ball park of 11 years

Q3. A complex travel arrangement

a. was made for 10 sales representatives
b. costed around $10k
c. represents 10 sales executives
d. secured 14% new accounts celpipmaterial.com

Q4. The receptionist has worked
a. with the upper management
b. as a perfect candidate
c. in two other organizations already
d. day-to-day roles in her life

Q5. The receptionist is cautious about
a. the clients and customer
b. the expenditures of items
c. the supervision
d. the sensitive items

Q6. The criteria for recruiting a receptionist
a. is based on qualifications, experience and specific skills
b. communication skills
c. is based on coordination
d. as far as you fulfill the expectations

PART 2-

Dear Ms. Serena

I am pleased to extend an offer of employment on behalf of William Carry Sons. As discussed, we’d like to welcome you aboard in a full- time, (Q7)________ . If you accept our offer, we anticipate that your first day of employment will be Monday, February 1, 2016. You will receive an annual base salary of $45,000, which will be paid bi-weekly.

As a regular full-time employee working 30 or more hours per week, you will be eligible to (Q8)________ , effective 30-days after your first day of employment. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have regarding this offer. To officially acknowledge your acceptance of this offer, please (Q9)________ and return it to me via mail no later than January 20, 2016.

We are thrilled to have you join our team. Our company works hard to create a (Q10)________ and that focuses on creativity. Based on our interactions with you thus far, we know that you’ll make contributions to William Carry Sons that will (Q11)________ . celpipmaterial

Sincerely,
Janet Wells

Q7.
a. exempt position as Receptionist
b. non-exempt position as Receptionist
c. voluntary job as a Receptionist
d. experienced Receptionist

Q8.
a. to command the staff
b. to migrate to different places
c. to hamper the profit
d. receive all benefits provided to our staff

Q9.
a. sign and date the letter
b. share it with your co-workers
c. pay attention to the rules and regulations
d. keep it confidential

Q10.
a. seminar for the staff
b. a bad impression on the clients
c. work environment that supports its staff
d. friendly relation amongst the employees

Q11.
a. enhance your skills in work
b. help us meet our goals
c. increase your pay at hourly basis
d. counteract the arguments


CELPIP Reading Correspondence Receptionist Position

1. B(para 1 line 1)

2. D(para 1 line 2)

3. A(para 2 point 2)

4. C(para3 line 1)

5. D(para3 last lines)

6. A(para1 last line)

7. A(para4 last line)

8. D

9. A

10. C

11. B

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