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Dispensing Optician - Dublin 12, Dublin, Specsavers

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178170117
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Dispensing Optician - Dublin 12, Dublin, Specsavers
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Dispensing optician - dublin 12


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An annual salary of up to €35,000 (depending on experience) A strong performance-based bonus scheme Pension contribution Outstanding clinical and professional development opportunities Support with CET Access to the latest clinical technology such as OCT Free parking We’re fully equipped with 2 test rooms (soon to be 3!), the latest clinical technology (including OCT), and a team of 18 – which includes fully trained optical assistants, so everything is in place to let you focus on what you do best. What we’re looking for You’ll need to be a qualified and CORU registered Dispensing Optician with the drive, passion and the willingness to build upon our customer-focused culture. As part of our team, you’ll need to be able to provide a unique blend of customer care and professional excellence. You’ll need to demonstrate good attention to detail along with a passion for the community. Teamwork also forms a big part of our culture, so the ability to work well with others is essential.

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