Vet Hospital Port Shepstone Receptionist / Sales Assistant Vacancy

Vet Hospital Port Shepstone
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This position has been filled.

Part-time receptionist and sales assistant required to start October 2019. We are seeking a candidate who is enthusiastic, passionate about people and their pets, have good communication skills and are tough and hard working. Basic marketing skills or experience will help.

The right person will be working as a receptionist and sales assistant. Normal weekday shifts will be in the afternoons from 13:00 to 18:30 and Saturdays from 08:00 to 13:00. Some full day shifts might be required from time to time. No Sunday and public holiday shifts will be required.

If you are male or female, 25 or older, are fully bilingual (English/Afrikaans), have a grade 12 certificate and have your own transport you will be considered for an interview.

Please email your full CV and a nice presentable photo to Gail at the address below. Only emailed CVs will be considered.

Available:  October 2019
CV Closing Date: Monday, 30 September 2019
Interviews will take place Tuesday, 1 October 2019
City: Port Shepstone, KZN, South Africa
Salary: Will be communicated during the interview
Start: Training will start Wednesday, 2 October 2019
Type: Part time
Duration: Contract
Company: Vet Hospital Port Shepstone, 7 Reynolds Street, Port Shepstone
Contact: Gail (info@vet-hospital.co.za)

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Vet Hospital Port Shepstone is a private, small animal hospital with extensive surgery, diagnostic & consulting facilities. We also have an animal pharmacy for dispensing medication and an on-site vet shop.
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