WORK WITH US...
- Optometrist Specialist
- Band 7
- Full time 37.5 hours per week
- Hull Royal Infirmary
- £33,222 - £43,041** Per Annum
- 26/04/2019 23:59
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Optometrist Specialist to work at Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. The role is Full Time, though part-time will be welcomed and this will be based mainly at the Hull Royal site, but also other locations when necessary to meet the needs of the Optometry/Ophthalmology service.
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are motivated and want to develop their skills, knowledge and experience, whilst working as part of a friendly and diverse Optometric team.
The role may include; assessment of patients in Medical Retina and Glaucoma Clinics, Refracting (Adults, Paediatrics and Research), Contact Lens and Ocular Prosthetic Clinical roles and possibly Diabetic Retinal Screening.
The Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital opened in November 2002. There are 18 Consultant Ophthalmologists covering the variety of sub specialities within Ophthalmology, a thriving Orthoptic department and supportive nursing and technician teams. Our Optometric team comprises 9 Optometrists, some full time and some part time. There is a lecture theatre for the provision of education and teaching. Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust covers a population of around 500,000. The seaside resorts of Hornsea and Bridlington are easily reached and the beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds is a popular draw for outdoor seekers. Hull was the 2017 City of Culture which raised the profile of the area, with significant investment and re-development to ensure a longlasting legacy.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Documents to download
To print a document or save it to your computer, please click with your right mouse button on the document title and select "Save Target As...". You can then save the document in a suitable place on your computer ready to print it out. Clicking with the left mouse button will open the document in a new window (if your web browser can do so).
Further details / informal visits contact
For an informal discussion, or to arrange a visit to the Ophthalmology Department, please contact Brian Melia 07415518862 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com