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Dispensing Optician

Dispensing Optician

Location: Twickenham

Salary: £34k - 35k Per Annum

Benefits: Pension, professional fees covered, Bonuses, 3 testing rooms

Terms: Short term fixed contract for maternity cover

The Company:

Our client is a well-established Optometrist firm, has been in business for over 96 years, their company has been expanding and these days consist of 13 practices, each run by a partner.

Our client is a very independent and passionate firm with a great approach to their clients and employees.

The Role:

? You will be an enthusiastic experienced Dispensing Optician with relevant qualification who will enjoy working as part of the team as an individual.

? The role includes Taylor made lens and frame dispensing, paediatric, myopia management and other specialist services

Skills required:

? GOC registered
? Customer focused
? Passion and willingness to work
? Ability to work with others is essential


? £34-35 K
? Full time
? 33 days holiday (includes bank holidays)
? Pension
? Professional Fees covered
? 3 testing rooms
? date end Start of April/beginning of May 2022
? Short term fixed contract for maternity cover: potentially looking at a 9 - 12-month contract, TBC nearer the time

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