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Nuffield Health is a healthcare charity. They run facilities across the UK, including hospitals, clinics and gyms.
Guildford Fitness and Wellbeing Club | Front of House | Permanent contract | Part time
£20,883.20 per annum,pro rata
16 hours per week
Making a great first impression is really important. That's why we need the right person to join us and help greet our members and visitors to the club. What matters is that you have both the confidence and empathy to provide excellent customer care to all sorts of people.
As a Front of House Team Member / Receptionist at our Guildford Fitness and Wellbeing Club, you'll bring great communication skills, both face-to-face and over the phone. You're flexible, motivated and you show plenty of initiative. You also have basic computer skills, including Word and Excel.
As a Member of the Front of House Team / Receptionist, you will:
Support the smooth running of our reception and café areas
Help us create a friendly, relaxing and professional environment
Provide exceptional and efficient customer service to everyone who visits our club
Give a warm welcome, answering queries in a caring and helpful way, making sure everyone feels valued
Support the café team, with preparing and serving fresh, healthy and nutritional food and drinks
Helping you feel good.
We want you to love coming to work, feeling healthy, happy and valued. That's why we've developed a benefits package with you in mind. With everything from private healthcare to a cycle to work scheme, financial wellbeing support and more - at Nuffield Health, we take care of what's important to you.
Join Nuffield Health and create the future you want, today.
If you like what you see, why not start your application now? We consider applications as we receive them and reserve the right to close adverts early (for example, where we have received an unprecedented high volume of applications). So, it's a good idea to apply right away to ensure you're considered for this role.
It starts with you.
Receptionists are the first point of contact for visitors to hotels or businesses
This job may involve:
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I work with some good people and my clients
I live 40mins away but if traffic is bad could be up to 2/3 hours for me to get home and I spend anything from 9- 15 hours a day at work due to clients and shift work so it becomes very tiring and then stops me doing my own training because I have no energy for myself and things I wanna do atm
Nuffield Health Employee, September 2022
Coworkers are amazing!
Nice selection of benefits, and have access to all sorts of extra training if wanted.
Busy, some difficult customers, long hours.
Nuffield Health Employee, May 2022