Optical Practice Manager

Recruiter
Inspired Selections
Location
Oxford
Salary
22000
Posted
02 Dec 2017
Closes
08 Dec 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A very exciting opportunity has become available for a customer focused Optical Manager on a full time, permanent basis. I am recruiting currently for one of the UK’s most trusted optical brands.
Great opportunity for experienced Optical Assistant or Qualified Dispensing Optician to progress into management.

This practice is situated in a busy high street and has a large and loyal customer base. They have a very friendly and welcoming team in place, who all work for each other to deliver the highest levels of care possible and they have a very good local reputation for excellence in customer care.

Responsibilities of the Optical Practice Manager

The role will entail daily management of the practice, supporting a team as well as dispensing spectacles to all levels, conducting pre-screen tests and contact lens teaches. You will also be required to carry out frame styling and give patients advice on options. Reception duties and general admin will also be a part of the role and helping with the smooth running of the practice.

Requirements of the Optical Practice Manager

At least 3 years of experience as an Optical Assistant ideally within a busy practice. The ability to dispense to all levels. A friendly and personable demeanour and strong personal work ethic. A customer focused approach to your work and the ability to build a strong rapport with customers and colleagues alike.

Compensation for the Optical Practice Manager

For your efforts a competitive salary of up to £22000 is on offer along with additional benefits. You will also have the opportunity to receive some further training and join a professional team in a fun and relaxed environment.

To apply for this Optical Practice Manager Oxford position or other optical jobs in the Oxfordshire call Inspired Selections on 0121 778 6999 or join us at www.inspiredselections.co.uk

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