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Visitor Support Role

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We are recruiting…

Visitor Support Role

Salary: Up to £18,150 (dependent on experience)

Working week: 40 hours, Tuesday to Saturday (some flexibility)

Thomley are looking for a friendly and professional individual with strong administration and computer skills to work on the front desk.

The role is an integral part of our service, welcoming and communicating with all visitors on site, over email and on the phone.

The main focus of the role is administration and responsibility for bookings and liaising with those fundraising for us in the community.

Located in the stunning Buckinghamshire countryside, for two decades Thomley has made available facilities and support services for disabled people of any age. We also aim to develop awareness and understanding of disability amongst non-disabled peers and the wider community.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role please contact Thomley asking for Joe Kitchen on joekitchen@thomley.org.uk or call 01844338380

For the full job description, please visit: http://www.thomley.org.uk/current-staff-vacancies/

Closing date for applications: 9am on 2nd March 2020

Interview date: 5th and 6th March 2020

To apply for this job email your details to joekitchen@thomley.org.uk

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