Dental Receptionist/ Front End Coordinator
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- Job Listing Date
- 18 Sept 2019
- Sydney, North Shore & Northern Beaches
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Healthcare & Medical, Dental
We are an established, busy dental practice located in North Sydney providing treatment of the highest standard.
We are committed to making a difference and delivering the best customer care to our patients while creating a positive rewarding environment for our staff.
The practice is located within a 2 min walk from North Sydney train station and several bus stops.
We are looking for a highly motivated, committed and experienced Receptionist.
Full-time role, working approximately 38 hours over 4 days a week. No weekends.
The role includes but is not limited to general reception duties, treatment consulting, building patient relationships, clinical photography, written communication, and much more.
If you want to continually grow your skills with the support of an amazing team then please apply! We want to develop your skills in every aspect of running a modern dental practice and delivering an exceptional patient experience.
The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:
- Experience in a similar role, but happy to learn our ways and undergo further training
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Proud of the role and is keen to deliver excellent customer service
- Caring, understanding, supportive and friendly personality
- Works well in a team and enjoys a challenge
- Reliable, punctual and presentable
- Able to multitask and work in a fast pace environment
- Certificate III or IV in Dental Assisting is highly regarded
If you are interested in such position and you feel you can make a great contribution, please apply and come and meet us!
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