Carrick Aland welcomes new Receptionist, Leesa
Carrick Aland Receptionist Leesa Glennie has had roles in some diverse businesses throughout Queensland.
But when she saw a position going at Carrick Aland following the retirement of long-time receptionist Jill Murray, she knew it was the tonic for her lifestyle change.
Dalby local Leesa only took up her seat at the front desk this month, but she’s swiftly getting into the swing of things.
Leesa loves the friendly atmosphere at Carrick Aland, as well as the challenge of learning new things and meeting new people.
As well as assisting any clients who drop into our office, Leesa is key to our professionalism by efficiently setting appointments and meeting and greeting our visitors, which creates just the right impression.
“I knew some of the people working at Carrick Aland who were nice and friendly,” says Leesa. “I would also hear their ads on the radio and see their social media posts pop up and I could see they were very involved in the local community with fundraising.”
As if all of that isn’t enough to get her head around, outside the office Leesa volunteers at Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea at Jimbour House, a cause that she feels very strongly about. If you would like to pop into our Dalby office at 27 New Street and lighten your pockets of some change, we have donation boxes for Cancer Council and Lions that can accommodate you.