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Key information

  • Location: Wales
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • Job Family: Optometry Opportunities
  • Job category: Optometrist
  • Full or part-time: Full time
  • Apply by: 21/10/2019
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Optometrist - Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire

Role summary

The Role

We’re seeking a forward-thinking Optometrist to join our team in Pembroke Dock and be part of our foundation to continue growing as one of the leading store’s in this fantastic area.

With a focus on flexibility, the director of this store is open to full-time and part-time applicants and will consider condensed hours, flexible weekends and whatever your needs may be in your current situation, but let’s talk about that later.

The Benefits

The benefits on offer for the right individual are countless:

  • A fantastic salary package including bonus
  • Holiday allowance of up to 5 weeks per annum
  • GOC & College of Optometrists fees paid
  • Health insurance through Jelf
  • Choice of short/long form room and phoropter or trial frames
  • Death in service
  • Support with EOS and MECs accreditation and CET points

The store is also focused on your own professional development and would be happy to support you on extra courses and specialism’s you may have, as well as guiding you through Pathway so you can become a store director yourself in the future.

The Store

The store currently have 3 Optometrists as well as a qualified Dispensing Optician and Student Dispensing Optician, so you can focus on the customers eye examination and any other clinical specialisms you seek without the hassle of having to dispense.

The Area:

Here in Pembrokeshire we are blessed with glorious natural attractions, but even away from the coast and mountains you’ll never have a dull moment.

The South Pembrokeshire Golf Club occupies a superb location above Pembroke Dock with fine views over The Milford Haven waterway. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path crosses the Cleddau Bridge, passes next to the National Park offices and traverses round the waterfront past the Martello Tower on Front Street before heading uphill on the way to Pembroke. The character of the coast path around the haven is quite different to that around the more rugged coastline.

Pembrokeshire has a wide range of events, days out and attractions. We have over 50 beaches with plenty of beginner friendly beach breaks, and with most of the coastline being a National Park it also has some of the most picturesque locations and cleanest waters in Britain.  Surfing with a view!

What to do now?

For more information or to apply, please contact Connor Willingham at Specsavers Recruitment Services on 01566 771 881 or email