- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
37.50 per week
- Working Week
Monday to Friday. 10am - 6.30pm.
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Bugbrooke Medical Practice
Description of Opportunity
A great opportunity has arisen within a busy doctors surgery, where they require a Receptionist Administration Apprentice to join their team. They are seeking an enthusiastic individual who is wanting a career within this sector.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Emma Stead
email@example.com - HEART OF ENGLAND TRAINING LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001753787)
Strong communication skills
Good time management
Strong IT skills
Maths and English GCSE or equivalent qualification preferred
Good communication skills
Good time keeping
Good telephone manner
Willingness to learn
Whilst working within a GP setting they must adhere to our policies and procedures including carrying out daily temp checks and bi weekly lateral flow tests. Face masks must also be worn whilst on site.
Admin/patient services role within the practice.
The practice aims to provide high quality patient care delivered by a team of committed health care professionals.
The practice is part of the Nene Clinical Commissioning Group, which is responsible for ensuring you receive all the services you need. For details of all primary care services in the area, look at Your CCG Guide to Primary Care Services at www.neneccg.nhs.uk. The practice area covers the rural villages of Bugbrooke, Kislingbury, Harpole, Nether and Upper Heyford, Flore, Rothersthorpe, Pattishall, Gayton, Litchborough and parts of the Borough of Northampton; Duston, Upton and Upton Grange, St James, West Hunsbury, Shelfleys (see the map - Click Here).
Bugbrooke Medical Practice is an accredited training practice and for many years has been involved in the post graduate training of fully qualified doctors who wish to enter the speciality of general practice. The GP registrar is encouraged to take on long-term problems which are presented by the patient to him/her, in association with the patient's own doctor.