£ 60000-£ 65000
PPRUK are now working in partnership with an exciting new client who operate out of NHS hospital and CCG sites across the UK. They offer Ophthalmology healthcare solutions to Glaucoma patients as well as a number of other specialities.
A position has become available in the below location for an Optometrist with a specialist interest in Glaucoma to join them on a permanent or self-employed basis to deliver community outpatient eye appointments.
A College of Optometrists Professional Diploma in Glaucoma Higher Cert in Glaucoma and IP registered Optometrist would be required for this position.
For more information or to apply, please call 0333 900 1111 or send us you most up-to-date CV
Position: Specialist Optometrist (Glaucoma)
Salary: £60,000 - £65,000 (Permanent)
Hours: 45-60 hours available per week for higher earning
· BSC in Optometry or equivalent
· Diploma in Therapeutics (Independent Prescribing) PgDipTp(IP Registered)
· Higher Certificate Glaucoma (PgHigherCertGlauc)
· Ideally 2 years working within a Glaucoma setting
Responsibilities include :
· Dealing with Ocular-Refinement Patients
· Management of OHT and suspect Glaucoma
· Minor eye conditions
· Patient support and education
To apply for this position you must be a qualified Optometrist eligible to register with the GOC.
If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
If 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!
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