Ref: R(2021)SL

This vacancy has now expired, and is not accepting any new applications.

WWT Slimbridge and Headquarters
£9,730 per annum
Position type
Part Time
Working pattern
20 hours per week working afternoons 1pm - 5pm Monday to Friday
Job advert

We are looking for a part time receptionist for an initial twelve month contract. This will be reviewed towards the end of the period as business levels return to normal, with an expectation of creating a permanent position.

We need a friendly individual who is highly organised and efficient with experience of working in a busy reception and a wide range of administrative duties. Being the primary point of contact for the Trust you will meet and greet guests and business visitors to site. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages is therefore essential to deal with various administration and bookings requirements to enable the visitor attraction to run smoothly.

The main responsibilities include:

- Maintaining the information email account
- Answering and dealing with incoming telephone calls with a polite and patient telephone      manner.
- Monitoring stationary stock levels and reordering where necessary

The full list of duties is listed within the job description but as part of a small administration team, you may be asked to help out with other duties from time to time.

In return for your hard work and dedication you’ll enjoy a wide range of benefits including:

25 days annual leave plus bank holidays increasing to 30 days after 5 years’ service, pro rata
Contributory pension scheme (conditions apply)
Life assurance
Free car parking and secure bike storage areas
Cycle to work scheme
Free entry to all our centres

Closing date:  11th May 2021

Interview date:  21st May 2021

WWT is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be considered solely on merit.

Job description
Closing Date

This vacancy has now expired, and is not accepting any new applications.

Unless specifically stated, we do not accept CVs for job applications

Back to search