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Receptionist

We are currently seeking to appoint a receptionist. As our receptionist is the first point of contact upon arrival at the college, candidates should be welcoming, warm, and professional. The role will suit someone who is equally happy working on administrative tasks as engaging with the needs of people as they arise in the midst of a busy college. The post-holder will work closely with and assist the Property and Facilities Manager. The post is just short of full time, comprising 28 hours on reception and 7 hours with the facilities team. The closing date for applications is 12 noon, Friday 7 June 2019. Please send your applications or any questions to execdirector@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

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