Dental Support Worker
City Health Care Partnership CIC
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An opportunity has arisen for a Full time Dental Support worker post at Hull City Health Dental. The post holder will be responsible for the effective running of a busy Dental Reception under the Guidance of a Lead Nurse - Duties will include, Making appointments, using translation services, handling cash transactions, contact with patients via the phone and emails.
Main duties of the job
The applicant will be resilient, and well organised and have the ability to work under pressure in a busy practice, on some occasions working in decontamination areas with instruments.
The ideal candidate would be good under pressure and have excellent written and verbal communication, IT skills, and a great team player who enjoys communicating well with patients.
For more information on this post please contact Jaki Pygott on 01482 336016 or email email@example.com.
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