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  Salary : £50,000-60,000 p.a.  Location : Oxfordshire Map

Flame Health Optometry - Optometrist - Oxford area

· Full-time or part-time hours
· Saturdays included with 1 in every 4 off 9:00-16:00
· No Sundays or late nights
· 30 minute testing clinics
· Up to £60,000 per annum
· Bonus scheme
· 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
· Must have contact lens experience
· Career progression available within a growing organisation to Head of Optometry

Flame Health’s Optometry division are recruiting for an ambitious and self-motivated Optometrists in the Oxford area to join a fantastic independent client across their stores.

Our client has 8 practices, all located in Oxfordshire. The culture of the business is relatively young, with a good level of business drive. The client has an affluent and demanding patient base and offers mostly designer frames.

As an Optometrist, you will be responsible for thorough eye examinations and contact lens assessments. You need to be clinically sensitive to the needs of the patient and have a testing time of up to 30 minutes. Our client is also looking for someone who can offer a high-end service and handle a fast-paced environment.

In return, you will receive a very competitive salary of up to £60,000 p.a plus bonus. You can enjoy no Sunday working and 1 in every 4 Saturdays off. Our client is keen to find committed Optometrists who will stay with the business as it grows and develops. That’s why they will offer career progression, such as becoming Head of Optometry!

To apply for this Optometrist job or enquire about additional Optometry job opportunities in the Oxford or Oxfordshire region - contact Flame Health Freephone on 0800 085 0858 or if calling from a mobile on 01158 114488 alternatively email careers@flamehealth.com

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