If your true passion is caring for the health of animals, this role as a part-time Veterinary Receptionist in Edinburgh will give you the chance to make a real difference to lots of deserving animals - and your career. The salary is £11,336 to £12,000.
The Vet Receptionist role:
Working in a busy veterinary practice just outside Edinburgh city centre, with excellent transport links, this 20-hour per week role involves working one in three full weekends, with occasional holiday cover.
A Veterinary Receptionist is an enriching but demanding role, and you'll need exceptional customer service abilities and outstanding communication skills. You must be confident with computers and have experience with Microsoft Word and Excel. The salary pays up to £12,000.
Required Veterinary skills include:
● Confidence and the ability to build strong rapports.
● The ability to multitask and deal with stressful situations.
● A strong sense of compassion.
● A proactive mindset and excellent organisational skills.
Ideally, you will already have a basic understanding of pet health and have at least 18 months as an experienced Veterinary Receptionist. You'll be used to flexible working and will join a very friendly family team so you'll need to be an outgoing candidate to stay for the long term.
Veterinary responsibilities include:
● Welcoming visitors, weighing and checking in patients.
● Scheduling appointments and managing correspondence and social media posts.
● Carrying out management requests.
● Maintaining stock and ordering supplies.
● Keeping client financials up to date.
Working in this rewarding role in Edinburgh, you'll be keen to gain veterinary experience and take on all manner of vets jobs. Your benefits will include a company pension, employee discounts and on-site parking.
If you're interested in this Veterinary Receptionist job, please apply today. Rest assured, in this time of COVID-19 any necessary interviews will be online or via phone for your safety.
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