The Role:

• A Competitive salary depending on experience

• Professional Fees covered

• Pension contribution

• Private health insurance

• Professional development opportunities and support with CET

• Working with the very latest in ophthalmic equipment

Overall, this is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Optometrist

to be an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team.

The role involves:

· Liaising with patients to obtain detailed case histories.

· Conducting eye exams using optometric equipment and general diagnostic interpretation.

· Examining patients’ eyes to detect vision defects and signs of injury, disease, or abnormality.

· Managing and monitoring some eye conditions, either autonomously or alongside other healthcare professionals.

· Discussing vision-related matters with patients, offering advice and reassurance regarding optical issues.

· Offering help and advice to patients when choosing frames and lenses.

· Prescribing fit, and adjusting eyeglasses, contact lenses, and other vision aids.

· Recommending appropriate patient follow-up and care options.

· Delivering outstanding customer service through all patient interactions.

· Assisting staff in the development of the overall practice.

Job Requirements:

· Qualified Optometrist registered with the GOC IP qualified or in the

process of acquiring this qualification.

· Passion for high quality patient safety and care.

· Strives to deliver clinical excellence.

· Considers customer service to be essential and has excellent communication skills.

· An enthusiastic team player with a hard-working professional work ethic.

· CORU registration is also desirable, but not essential.


Tuesday to Saturday full time requirement

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