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Job Vacancy- DEPUTY RECEPTION MANAGER

Ideal candidate would be a team player with previous front of house/reception experience. They would have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be confident in supervising a small team and committed to the highest standard of patient care.

24 Hours a week available plus NHS Pension

For a Job application form click

Job Application Form

For Full Job Description please click

Deputy Reception Manager Job Description

For further details contact, the Reception Manager, Nina Strange on 01326 315615

Closing date Wednesday 4th February, for interviews Wednesday 11th February.

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 THE CORE

As you may have read in The Wave and TR11 magazines we are now partnered with

THE CORE Fitness and Well Being Centre - The Moor, Falmouth

www.thecore.uk.net/

THE CORE will give 2 weeks free membership to ALL Trescobeas Surgery patients. As well as extensive gym facilities they run a huge array of classes from those that challenge the most capable to ones for COPD, Cancer, Stroke, Under 16s, Mental Health and Parkinsons

 TO CLAIM YOUR FREE MEMBERSHIP SIMPLY SEE ONE OF OUR RECEPTIONISTS AND ASK FOR A VOUCHER

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