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How many hours does a call handler work in one week


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30 with the option of overtime


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I have no idea

Answered - Healthcare Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) - Blackburn, Lancashire

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Depends what shift they are asked to do.

Answered - Admin Support Officer (Current Employee) - Merthyr Tydfil

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Variable. I believe full time is 37.5 hours and part time from 15 hours.

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Leeds, West Yorkshire

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I am not sure but is within the official working hoour of 7.5 hours per day.

Answered - Business Support Administrator (Current Employee) - Croydon

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30 hours per week. Plenty of overtime available. This is a 24 hour service offering flexibility to students and working mums.

Answered - Operations and Estates Manager (Current Employee) - London, Greater London

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30 hrs per week

Answered - Receptionist/Administrator (Current Employee) - Moseley, West Midlands

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We don't have a special call handler at this office. Our Corporate team take turns in dealing with enquiries from the public and medical practitioners.

Answered - PA to Directors (Current Employee) - NHS HaRD CCG

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