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Christmas opening hours!

Sherburn and Rillington Practice will  be closed on -

Tuesday 25th December and Wednesday 26th December 2018. Also Tuesday 1st January 2019.

If you require medical attention on the above days please ring NHS 111. If you ring the surgery number between 8am and 6pm you will be directed to NHS 111.

We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Recruitment

Medical Receptionist



We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join our front of house reception team to work 14.5 hours per week initially to cover maternity leave, consideration will be given for a permanent contract to the right applicant. 



Hours required are:


Wednesday 07.45 - 12.00


Thursday 07.45 - 18.00


These hours will be split between both our sites so having a full driving licence is necessary.  Flexibility is essential, and additional hours will be available to cover absences within the reception team.


Excellent communication and IT skills are essential.  Experience of working as a medical receptionist is desirable however full training is available for the right person. 


Please request an application form, job description and person specification by contacting the practice on 01944 710 226 or by e-mail hazelthorpe@nhs.net



Please return completed applications to the Deputy Practice Manager, Hazel Thorpe, Sherburn and Rillington Practice, 50 St Hilda's Street, Sherburn, Malton, YO17 8PH



We welcome informal visits and should you wish to do so please contact the surgery on 01944 710 226



Salary - TBC


Closing date 20th February 2019.



We reserve the right to close the job advert early if we receive sufficient applications.



If you do not hear within 4 weeks of closing date, you may presume that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion. 







 
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