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We are looking for a full time Receptionist for our Ingleby Barwick site and a part time (afternoons only, 30 hours) at our Thornaby site.

This role will include working in a COVID clinic so you must be able to help us with this initially.

To apply, please download the Job Description and Application form using the links below and return your completed application to Debbie Hart, Reception Supervisor at Thornaby Medical Centre.

The closing date is Friday 12th March. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Receptionist_Job_Description_Mar_21.docx OR Receptionist_Job_Description_Mar_21.pdf

Application_form_Mar_21.doc OR Application_form_Mar_21.pdf

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