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Saying hello and goodbye (+ job ad)

05/07/2010

Belinda getting down to business

Since 1998, whenever you called Bush Radio during the day you would hear “Good afternoon Bush 89.5. How can I help you?”. (CLICK TO LISTEN)

This greeting has become Belinda Sepkit’s signature whenever you call the Mother of Community radio in Africa.

You have until the end of July to hear that famous greeting as Belinda will be leaving the station to embark on a new journey in her career.

Bush Radio management has always received good feedback for Belinda’s pleasant and professional telephone manner.

Belinda is normally very shy, so we are grabbing this opportunity to showcase her as she has been a valuable asset to the station; whether it was taking calling and making sure we return them or making sure that all incoming mail is dealt with.

If you feel that you could fill Belinda’s shoes or know anyone who could, we are now advertising for the position of frontline receptionist (see ad below).

Congratulations to Belinda and we wish her well in her future endeavours.

Remember if you would like to hear that greeting, call 021 448 5450 and order your tickets for the Vodacom Community Comedy Festival from Belinda now.

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Frontline Receptionist position available at Bush Radio 89.5 FM

Bush Radio 89.5FM, a community radio station based in Salt River, is looking for a Frontline Receptionist.

The ideal candidate should have at least two years’ experience as a frontline reception, be presentable with a good telephone manner, and have basic administration skills.

Duties include: – Answering a busy 10-line switchboard – Dealing with all incoming and outgoing correspondence – Dealing with listener queries and complaints – Petty cash – Other admin duties.

Email your CV with contactable references and a motivation letter to ideas@bushradio.co.za . No telephonic inquiries will be accepted.

Closing date: 9th July 2010. Candidates should be able to start immediately.

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