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Christiansburg, VA: Appalachian Veterinary Services, Inc is a busy mixed animal practice, who is seeking a highly motivated receptionist. Will be responsible for scheduling appointments, phone traffic, assisting with small animal calls, misc office work. Will be required to work 1-2 half-day Saturdays per month. Great working environment, and great benefits! Please submit resume for consideration: (posted 8/16/18)

Salem, VA: Part Time Receptionist Wanted: Salem Animal Hospital is currently seeking a part-time receptionist to join our well established and growing small animal practice! We are a practice focused on both a high level of medical care as well as customer service. Our experienced, friendly staff is committed to providing high quality medicine with an emphasis on preventative care and client education to ensure a positive experience for pets and their owners.Our ideal candidate will be a detailed-oriented and compassionate person who is self-motivated, has strong communication skills, is able to multi-task with a positive attitude, and a love for animals. Candidates must be able to handle fast-paced, busy, and loud environment. Must share our commitment to providing the highest quality of care as well as exceptional client service. Receptionists responsibilities include (but not limited to) managing multi-line phones, schedule management, processing payments, greeting clients, filing, etc. Successful candidates will also have excellent skills in the following areas: client service, communication, computer skills, sales, and multi-tasking. Experience preferred but willing to train the right person. Must be able to work some weekends & holidays. Salary based on experience, knowledge, & skills. Email resumes to (posted 06/25/18)


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