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Orthopaedic Podiatry Experts in Adelaide | The Biomechanics Lab

Are you a student studying podiatry, physio or exercise science and want experience working in a leading sports medicine clinic?

 

This is your opportunity. TBL is hiring for a casual Medical Receptionist.

 

The Biomechanics Lab is a leading sports podiatry, physio and biomechanics clinic based in Norwood. We have a strong case load in orthopaedic rehabilitation, sports medicine and biomechanics, and use state-of-the-art 3D technology to inform our decision making. Our custom-built rooms provide a unique and modern working space, with our staff being some of the most experienced in Australia. 

 

This is the perfect opportunity for a highly motivated individual studying in the field to join our administration team. This opportunity provides you real-world experience working in your future field!

 

The successful candidate will pride themselves on delivering exceptional customer service at all times. The role entails performing admin duties, scheduling and billing patient appointments and assisting practitioners as needed to manage their clinical requirements.

 

We require a reliable individual who has a passion for their chosen field. Someone who is highly motivated, possesses good time management skills, has the ability to multitask and is able to work well under pressure in a busy environment. Attention to detail and good written and verbal communication skills are a must.

 

If you are our next Medical Receptionist, please send your CV and personalised cover letter expressing your interest in this position by email addressed to:

 

Amanda Jeanes

Practice Manager

The Biomechanics Lab

91 Kensington Rd, Norwood SA 5067.

E – bishopadmin@thebiomechanicslab.com.au

 

Closing date for application: COB Thursday 9th December 2021

Notes:

  • Please ensure your cover letter includes a statement of what you feel you could contribute to The Biomechanics Lab. 
  • Only short listed applicants will be contacted for interview.

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