Based at Kimberworth Park Medical Centre or Broom Valley Medical Centre or Broom Lane Medical Centre

25 hours ( negotiable)


An opportunity has arisen for an experienced, well presented, receptionist to join our busy team at Kimberworth Park Medical Centre, Broom Valley Medical Centre and Broom Lane Medical Centre. We are looking for a motivated receptionist who has good keyboard skills, you should be organised, able to work under pressure but still deliver exceptional customer service to our patients.


The position on offer will be working on a rota basis.

Flexibility in working hours to cover sickness and annual leave is essential.


Successful applicant will require a DBS and Occupational Health Check organised by ourselves.


Application pack:- Application form

Person specification:-Person Specification

Job description:-Job Description


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