Receptionist (part-time)

Receptionist

Receptionist (p/t)

Career opportunity for a part-time Receptionist in the heart of the City

With two new treatment rooms being built at our City clinic and an expanding practice in Canary Wharf, we’re currently looking for an experienced Receptionist to join our team. This is a part-time role, with 16 hours a week.

Because we’ve built the success of our business on delivering the highest standards of patient care, you’ll need to be able to demonstrate good communication skills, as well as a commitment to customer service. Previous experience in healthcare would be an advantage, although it not essential.

As well as a good salary (c.£20k pro-rata) and some flexibility with our rotas to suit individual circumstances, we have a range of other benefits and strong relationships with many of the most renowned private doctors and Consultant Specialists in London. Whilst the role is mainly covering the middle of the day (with some flexibility about exact shifts), occasional early morning starts (always planned/notified at least four weeks in advance) may be required to help cover periods of annual leave amongst the team.

In return for hard work, enthusiasm and a commitment to the highest standards of customer service, we’re able to offer a positive and supportive working environment, plus ongoing support for your continued career development.

If you have great personal drive, enthusiasm and a desire to deliver the highest standards and would like to apply for the position, then please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@londoncityphysiotherapy.com.

If you represent a recruitment agency and wish to get in touch, please send a short summary in writing outlining how your service is different to your competitors to recruitment@londoncityphysiotherapy.com and we’ll get back in touch if there’s a good enough fit between our businesses.

We’re an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified and experienced people regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.