FEBRUARY 2021


We are looking for an enthusiastic medical receptionist to join our friendly and supportive practice team. 37.5 hours per week with the ability to work from 8am and until 6pm depending on the shift, also to have the flexibility to cover holidays and sickness.

We are a busy practice with 9,700 patients as well as handling telephone calls and assisting patients over the counter for booking appointments, successful applicants should have a caring nature, both recruits will be expected to have excellent customer care skills, be able to signpost patients to the appropriate service or healthcare professional, whilst maintaining a positive, courteous, professional attitude. You will also be expected to undertake administration and general reception duties to assist in the smooth running of the practice. The successful applicant will have excellent customer service skills and telephone manner. This is a fantastic opportunity for a Receptionist with good communication skills, and a commitment to working as part of a strong and effective administration team.

The Practice is an accredited training practice for, GPs, and medical students and offers opportunities to progress and develop. This is a varied and challenging role where supervision and opportunities for training and development are provided by a supportive team.

Good computer skills are essential and experience of working in a GP practice with EMIS Web, Docman and EPS will be an advantage but is not essential as we provide extensive training to all our staff.

If you wish to apply please complete the application form below  and forward this to our generic email address along with your CV and covering letter.  Marked for the attention of Debbie Spencer. The closing date is Friday 19.02.2021 - though we will close earlier if we get sufficient interest.

If you want  more information please telephone the practice on 0161 983 5100 and ask for the reception manager Deborah Spencer.

2021 Receptionist application form

Job description receptionist


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