• The Company
    Founded and directed by Professor Johnny Moore, Cathedral Eye Clinic was
    established in 2008 with the clear objective of serving as Ireland’s premier centre of
    ophthalmic (eyecare) excellence, offering a world-class, unrivalled patient
    experience with Quality Care, Clinical Excellence & Patient Safety as key tenets. Our
    facilities offer a variety of expert eye treatments which can provide patients with total
    freedom from glasses, and we are proud to be the only healthcare company on the
    island of Ireland to offer the revolutionary ReLEx VisuMax SMILE laser eye
    treatment. At Cathedral Eye Clinic, we believe in raising the bar in the pursuit of
    medical excellence and as well as laser refractive surgery, our surgical specialty
    focuses on cataract treatment, ocular surface reconstruction, retinal treatment,
    oculoplastic and other forms of intra-ocular eye surgery.
    Aside from striving to achieve 20/20 vision for each of our valued patients, Cathedral
    Eye Clinic continues to offer valuable contributions in the field, spearheading clinical
    research, innovation in clinical practice and presenting at some of the world’s
    ophthalmic conferences and events.
    The Role
    Cathedral Eye Clinic is looking for a new Optometrist to add to our existing team in
    Belfast. Following the Clinics ongoing success, we are keen to add an Optometrist
    who is focused on receiving extensive insight and experience whilst being part of a
    hard-working, close-knit and dynamic team.
    • 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
  • Examining patients’ eyes to detect vision defects and signs of injury, disease, or
    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
    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