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Receptionist wanted at London'd leading Wellbeing Centre - The Light Centre in Central London
The Light Centre is Central London’s leading wellbeing centre. We have three locations at Victoria, Moorgate and Monument, with more than 6,000 visitors per week and probably the largest holistic therapy team in the UK (presently more than 200).
As well as offering a large range of therapies, each centre also runs a full programme of Yoga and Pilates mat classes and mindfulness courses, has a Pilates Equipment studio, hosts a wide range of diverse courses and workshops and has a Crussh café.
We are currently looking for enthusiastic therapy students or recent graduates to work at our reception, midweek from 4.30/5pm to 8pm and/or on Saturdays from 7.45am-1.15pm or from 9.30am-5.30pm, earning £8 per hour*.
The detailed requirements are:
A keen interest in holistic wellbeing
Available to work at least 3 evenings and/or Saturdays per week *
Intention to work with us for a minimum of one year
Friendly, bright and positive customer manner
Good spoken and written English
*As well as these early evening and Saturday shifts, we also have a regular mid-week shift from 2.30 to 9.30pm available, for those who are free at these times.
In addition to the pay, we can also offer you classes for £2 each, 50% discount at our café, plus the opportunity to learn more about how to build a successful practice, something that many new therapists tend to struggle with.
If you are interested, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org including:
Your full name, date of birth, address and contact number
The course you are attending or have recently attended
A recent photograph
The shifts you would be available to work on reception
Maximum 100 words, stating what skills/attributes you can offer the Light Centre and what you’d like to get out of the opportunity
Please note you do NOT need to send in your full CV or any other information.
We look forward to hearing from you. < www.lightcentre.com >