(Fixed Term Contract for 12 months)
Salary: £13,498 to £16,660 (pro rata)
Hours: 15 hours per week (8.30am till 5pm, Thursday and Friday)
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is a well established charity located adjacent to the River Clyde in Glasgow City Centre. The Hospice provides specialist palliative care for people with a life limiting, progressive illness, and support for their families and carers. Patients are at the centre of all that we do and as part of our dedicated reception team you will be key to ensuring a warm, welcoming atmosphere to all who contact the Hospice through the provision of an efficient reception and switchboard service.
Our reception service is the first point of contact for visitors to the Hospice and is key to ensuring a high quality service for all our patients, families and visitors. You will work alongside our volunteers on a daily basis to ensure the smooth running of this area.
You will have excellent communication skills and ideally some experience of operating a busy switchboard system. Well accustomed to working as part of a team you will be able to manage competing workload demands whilst ensuring excellent customer service at the reception desk.
This position offers attractive terms and conditions.
For further information click here . To download an application pack please click here. If you would like a paper copy of the application pack please contact the Hospice HR Department on 0141 429 9885 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 12th March 2014 @ 12 midday.
Interviews will be held on Friday 21st March 2014
The Hospice is an Equal Opportunities employer and we make appointments on merit.
We welcome applications from women and men of any ethnic group, religious belief, marital status and sexual orientation, or who have disabilities.
Our premises have wheelchair access and are a smoke-free zone.
This position is subject to a Disclosure Scotland check.
The Hospice Team
Cultural Liaison Officer
"I am delighted to contribute to the Hospice's Widening Access Project by acting as a mediator and helping with any language and cultural hurdles."
Laurieston Community Team Leader
"It can be very busy but there is great satisfaction in helping patients and their families cope at home."