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We like to enhance our veterinary team with dynamic, motivated, and efficient client care representatives. The offical title is receptionist, but the job covers much more than answering phones. To succeed with our office, our receptionists must be energetic, attentive to detail, a team player, and willing to learn on the go. We also expect friendliness and a willingness to go the extra mile to provide the best care to our clients.
Receptionists spend the day on their feet, working with our clients in person and on the phone. Duties include greeting clients, managing appointments, maintaining office records, and acting as a liason between our clients and doctors.
If you are interested in becoming a receptionist at Bradley Animal Hospital, please contact Carey Black, CVPM for a more in-depth job description and to learn about our application process.