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Optometrist - Monday To Friday, Bath, Avon, Bath, Network Healthcare

Published 2022-07-01
Expires 2022-08-01
ID #1068140955
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Optometrist - Monday To Friday, Bath, Avon, Bath, Network Healthcare
United Kingdom, Somerset, Bath,
Published July 1, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Optometrist - monday to friday, bath, avon


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Full or Part Time Optometrist - Monday to Friday, Bath, AvonMy Client, one of the leading Domiciliary Companies, is looking to recruit a full or part time Optometrist. Part time will be a minimum of 3 days a week within Bath and surrounding areas. This is a Monday to Friday role, no weekends required and they will be flexible on the days.The role will involve visiting patients in their own homes to carry out a full clinical test and dispense, the successful candidate must have a sympathetic approach and empathy as the majority of patients will be elderly and frail and some will suffer from dementia. You will travel to various locations from your postal address and will be expected to see 7 - 8 patients a day.In return you will receive an excellent salary package with very achievable bonus potential plus a fully expensed company car, pension scheme, CET support, GOC fees are covered annually, discounted eyewear and hearing products, three 'treat' days granted for 100% attendance and childcare vouchers. They also offer full support and pride themselves on the support they are able to offer to all their professional staff in all areas. For more information on this exciting position please call Nicki on quoting reference number; V41103427Network Group Holdings is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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