We’re a community of passionate veterinary professionals committed to providing truly exceptional care.
We’re set on building something extraordinary: creating the most forward-thinking and innovative place in the veterinary industry.
We’re always looking for people who aspire to stand out in their field, and it’s this vision and enthusiasm that forms the foundation of how we work. Our mission to deliver progressive, around the clock care means our employees have the very best equipment and treatment options available, including in-house MRI machines and state-of-the-art operating theatres.
We provide ongoing support to our teams, both in practice and through our dedicated training centre. This empowers you to get the very best from our advanced equipment while being on your journey to veterinary excellence.
We are currently seeking a warm and welcoming part time receptionist to fill a part-time vacancy working in our Quarrington branch.
The successful candidate will assist a team of supportive Veterinary Surgeons, Nurses and Patient Care Assistants. Receptionist or customer facing experience is essential for this role as is a love of animals, although no prior animal care experience is required.
This position will best suit a proactive enthusiastic individual with a passion for customer service and exemplary communication skills. You should be able to multitask, remain calm under pressure and prioritise your work load whilst maintaining a friendly and welcoming disposition.
30 hours a week - 5 days a week, 6 hours per day
Require reception, administration and customer service experience
Dealing with a busy switchboard and arranging call backs. Scheduling appointments and entering lab results into the client’s files. Taking payments.
Ensure the consult rooms are fully stocked Administration duties and cleaning of the reception area.
Skills and Experience
Minimum of one years reception and administration experience (within the last two years).
Customer service experience
Previous work experience within a veterinary practice is desirable (voluntary or paid) along with a willingness to learn; work experience with animals would also be beneficial.