Role: Optical Assistant – Specsavers Home Visits
Location: Stoke or Stafford Region
Salary: £22,500, plus a company car or generous car allowance and business fuel.
Working Hours: Full Time – Mon to Fri. No weekends or bank holidays!
Are you an experienced Optical Assistant looking for the next step in your career? Would you like a role where you can use your optical experience to make a difference and get all of your weekends off? Well look no further!
Specsavers Home Visits are seeking a highly motivated, friendly and reliable Optical Assistant to join our expanding domiciliary team. As a Domiciliary Optical Assistant, you’ll ensure the delivery of a high quality professional service to patients in their own homes. You must have high standards of dispensing, excellent customer service skills and be passionate about patient care.
If you are looking for a change from the high street and want more diversity and freedom in your working day, then this role could be perfect for you. It will allow you the opportunity to put your skills to the test and make a real difference to the quality of a person’s life by providing eye care to vulnerable patients in their own homes.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced Optical Assistant to join a small friendly team of 16, with a real focus on cohesion and unity. You will find an excellent support structure to help you develop and learn in your career. With regular training and teambuilding sessions you will be joining a fun and relaxed place to work. Patient care is at the heart of what we do, and the passion of our team comes across in our interactions with our patients.
For more information on this vacancy please contact Laura Adams at Specsavers Recruitment Services on email@example.com
Applicants must be confident drivers and are happy to travel. Only candidates with previous Optical experience and a full UK driving licence will be considered.
Our commitment to diversity and to inclusion is to have an inclusive culture where everyone feels welcome, valued and proud to belong.