Receptionist – Mandeville Veterinary Hospital, London

An exciting opportunity has become available for a full-time experienced receptionist to join the front-of-house team at our Mandeville Veterinary Hospital in Northolt, West London. 

The role involves a high level of face-to-face contact with our clients so you must have the confidence, empathy, and experience to provide excellent standards of care and a personal touch. Our ideal candidate will have previous client-care experience within the veterinary industry.

This role is a full-time, 40 hours position, varied shifts, including evenings, weekends, and some bank holidays.

We offer an excellent benefits package including increasing holiday allowance, enrolment on to our Simplyhealth Cashback Plan which provides cashback/refunds on many routine medical costs such as dental care, physiotherapy, optician, chiropractor fees, etc. plus generous shopping and leisure discounts. We also have a 24-hour employee assistance service. All our receptionists are members of the British Veterinary Receptionist Association and CPD is provided with this membership.

Mandeville offers a friendly and fun working environment and has great transport links: Northolt tube is only 3 minutes away. We provide an excellent first opinion, emergency, and referral service to our clients, and our local network of 10 branches, and work to the highest clinical standards.

Goddard Veterinary Group is a family-run practice and was started in 1952 by Arthur Goddard. His son Philip took over the reins in the late ‘90s and remains the practice principal. We are now the largest family-run veterinary practice in the UK and have 44 branches, 3 hospitals, and our own nursing college. We have a great reputation for looking after our staff; 20% of our team have been with us 10 years or more and we are proud of our many 5-star reviews on Indeed!

If you are interested in this rewarding role and working with a well-established independent family-run business apply now! If you do not hear from us, please assume, on this occasion, your application has not been successful.