Receptionist – £10.82 per hour, 40 hours per week includes weekends
We are looking for an experienced receptionist that has a passion for delivering a warm, professional welcome, together with care and compassion.
As the “face “of The Marbrook Centre, you will be the first person that both our residents and their families come into contact with, so you must be able to display empathy and understanding and promote our values, behaviours and attitudes at all times.
We will require you to take pride in your reception and the bistro area whilst ensuring it creates a warm but professional environment. With excellent communication skills you will develop good relationships with residents, their families and other staff maintaining confidentiality at all times.
At The Marbrook Centre we value our team and you will be encouraged to develop your skills further through our commitment to training and support, in return you will demonstrate a good work ethic and excellent communication skills.
These are 12 hour shifts, 08.00 – 20.00 and are based on a fixed pattern, over seven days although flexibility will be required. Week 1 – Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Week 2 – Wednesday and Thursday.
If this sounds like the role for you or would like more information we would love to hear from you please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01480 273349 by 13th October 2021. Working with us will give you a rewarding, challenging, diverse and exciting career, where no day is the same.
Please note it is a mandatory requirement that you can demonstrate that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless you have medical exemption in line with government guidance.
We don’t just accept difference, we welcome it. No matter what your sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, gender identity, religion or any other characteristic, we welcome your application. As a team we actively celebrate, support and thrive on diversity for the benefit of our residents and staff, and we believe this creates an environment of empowerment and mutual respect and therefore excellence in care.’