We are looking for:

Optometrist (part time)

Guildford, GU1 3DY

Salary up to £36k (FTE £60,000 per annum)

We are looking for an experienced Optometrist to join our team in Guildford, Surrey for 3 days per week (24 hours 9am - 5:30pm Wednesday, Friday and Saturday - no Sunday's and 45 minute testing).

As an integral member of the team, we will provide our Optometrist with an enjoyable professional working environment which is fun, open and where we are committed to supporting you, your professional development, and your personal wellbeing.  We will also provide a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Salary up to £36k (FTE £60,000 per annum) 
  • 5 weeks’ holiday, plus bank holidays (pro rata).
  • An additional day’s holiday for your birthday each year.
  • Company pension Scheme.
  • Cycle to work Scheme.
  • Simply Health Medical Healthcare
  • Staff discounts (including an annual £350 voucher to spend on a pair of glasses or sunglasses after your probation).
  • Friends and family discounts (eye-tests; glasses; sunglasses & hearing tests).
  • Paid professional fees (GOC and professional indemnity which is currently the AOP - if part time pro rata)

When you join Bayfields Opticians and Audiologists as our Optometrist, you are joining an independent business.  Although we are national, we are not a huge chain which means we understand the importance of local relationships and the power of choice.  We aim to deliver obsessively great service to each and every one of our clients which is at the core of what we do.  We have the latest diagnostic equipment, the latest technological advances in contact lenses, spectacle lenses and frames, and the latest fashions.

At Bayfields, we are passionate about the services we provide our clients.  Our eye tests are so thorough which is why we only employ highly trained Optometrists to provide our clients with the best quality care and getting to know your clients in more depth. You will provide a 45-minute eye exam which gives you time to really understand your Clients’ needs and lifestyle and then recommend solutions that fit best to that lifestyle by following the GOC and College of Optometry guidelines.

Alongside having your Optometry Degree and being GOC registered, our Optometrist will have excellent communication and listening skills with the ability to build strong relationships with your team members, peers, and clients. Accuracy and attention to detail are vital for this role in line with being able to make clear recommendations and clinical decisions. 

If you are ready for a new and exciting opportunity and your values align with ours, then we would love to hear from you! 

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