Trainer - Medical Reception (Saturday Sessions)
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- Job Listing Date
- 21 Sept 2019
- Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- $60 per hour plus super
- Work Type
- Healthcare & Medical, Medical Administration
Wesley Health is a National Registered Training Organisation delivering accredited training in medical reception and terminology across Australia.
We have a vacancy for a quality trainer with current industry experience and a warm and engaging personality to train entry level students in all aspects of medical reception and administration. You will have a love of adult education and be invested in mentoring students towards a great outcome. You will be motivated by making a difference.
* Liverpool, Parramatta, Burwood, Campbelltown
For the role of Medical Reception Trainer, you will have relevant industry experience in a General Practice or Specialist Clinic.
Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment is essential. Applicants who have started this qualification and will complete it within 2 months will be considered. As Wesley is a Registered Training Organisation, you will complete annual VET and Industry PD to obtain your trainer currency and maintain student rolls and assessments in a professional manner.
Above all, you will be a fantastic communicator; with a love of adult education and a passion for the medical industry.
Ideally you will have flexibility and the idea of casual (but regular) sessions will fit into your current lifestyle. Currently, the sessions are on a Saturday and the role is shared between two trainers (a reception and terminology trainer).
A competitive hourly rate will be negotiated according to experience and qualifications.
This is a fantastic little position for an experienced Practice Manager or Medical Receptionist (or similar) - and the opportunity to 'give something back' to the community!
VACANCIES : Liverpool, Parramatta, Burwood, Campbelltown
More information about our company can be found at www.wesleytraining.edu.au
All applications must contain a covering letter and CV outlining why you are suitable for the role as advertised.
- How many years' experience do you have as a medical receptionist?
- How many years' experience do you have as a medical secretary?