Hearing Aid Dispenser - Birkenhead, Merseyside

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Full time




£ 20000-£ 28000

Job Status

Live vacancy

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Job description

PPR UK is currently recruiting for one of the leading nationwide hearing care providers.  We are looking for Hearing Aid Dispensers who thrive on providing outstanding patient care and the ability to develop and grow the hearing care business in the locations listed below.

As part of a friendly team, you’ll be working with Hearing Care Customers.  It’s all about blending outstanding customer care with professional expertise. You’ll work to high clinical and commercial standards, generating sales, managing stock and working closely with staff and the store manager to drive business.

You will need to have a minimum of 6 months experience working as a Hearing Aid Dispenser and be registered with the HCPC- or willing to register.

To apply for this position, send your CV or call 0333 9001111

Position: Hearing Aid Dispenser  

Location: Birkenhead
Full time / Part time

Salary: £20,000- £28,000 (Depending on experience)  + Bonus

On Target Earnings after commission and base salary: £30,000 - £45,000

Bonus and Commission based on sales

Hours : permanent hours / Part time or Full time

· 20 Days and 8 Bank Holidays

· Pension

· Bonus and commission schemes

· Must be able to work with NHS patients as well as Private Patients

· Start date - ASAP

you would like an informal chat to discuss this superb opportunity to join my client, please contact me as below. Alternatively, if you would be interested in other opportunities within this area, please call me on 0333 900 1111

If this role is not suitable for you, then perhaps you have a colleague who would be interested. We do have a ‘recommend a friend' scheme which would benefit you by £250 in cash!

PPRUK Ltd is an employment agency and advertises all registered vacancies, having sought agreement from their clients to find candidates for these roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003.