How much do medical receptionists in Birmingham get paid?

Medical receptionists in Birmingham earn

£7.81-11.20 per hour

Based on 65 employee reviews

Medical receptionist salaries can range between £7.81-11.20 per hour in the Birmingham area. This data is based on quiz results from 65 employees who live in and around Birmingham.

What do top employers pay medical receptionists?

Who are the top medical receptionist employers?

  1. University Of Manchester
    8.2
  2. CBRE
    7.7
  3. JLR
    7.6

Who are the worst medical receptionist employers?

  1. Mercure
    3.9
  2. Village Hotels
    4.6
  3. Securigroup
    4.6

Recent medical receptionist Jobs in Birmingham

  1. Receptionist at University College Birmingham posted 3 days ago
  2. Front of House Assistant at Bannatyne posted 6 days ago
  3. Receptionist at Marshalls posted 4 days ago
  4. Receptionist at ASSA ABLOY posted 4 days ago
  5. Receptionist at Optegra posted 11 days ago
  6. Receptionist at Rodericks Dental posted 17 hours ago
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How are people paid?

75%
by the hour
25%
an annual salary

Based on 65 employees

What contracts are people on?

21% report having zero hours contracts.
4% report having low hours contracts. (less than 16 hours)
44% report having part time contracts. (16-35 hours)
31% report having full time contracts. (more than 35 hours)

Based on 48 employees

What do medical receptionists do?

Receptionists have the job of being the first point of contact for many companies. This can either be in person, over the phone or by email.

They often work behind a reception desk in the following places:

  • An office
  • A doctor’s surgery
  • A hospital
  • A hotel
  • A fitness centre

Depending where the job is, receptionists can also be called:

  • Medical receptionists
  • Doctor’s receptionists

This type of job might involve:

  • Meeting and greeting visitors
  • Making sure any visitors have the correct visitor passes
  • Taking or directing visitors to specific locations
  • Organising meeting rooms and their schedules
  • Answering questions on the phone, on social media or email
  • Sorting out post and deliveries
  • Sorting out invoices
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Updating records
  • Taking payments

As this job can be done from behind a desk, you’ll be sat down quite a bit.

This is an entry level job.

If you want to apply for a receptionist job, you might need the following:

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