Ophthalmic Technician - Bristol - Bank
Join us as a Bank Ophthalmic Technician in our Bristol Hospital and play your part in building a healthier nation.
Our ophthalmic consultants are very busy and require several tests for each patient at their clinic appointment. We would like to provide them with some assistance in performing these tests and running the clinics.
As our Ophthalmic Technician you will:
Help manage the patient clinics
Perform HFA, I-profiler, and OCT testing on patients during the clinics and at other times to suit the patients.
Assist with preoperative assessment of patients prior to cataract surgery.
Ensure Medical Records and kept as per protocol
Ensure privacy dignity and safeguarding of all patients.
Carrying out visual field testing, biometry, OCT scanning and corneal topography.
To succeed as an Ophthalmic Technician you will need:
Experience/competency in the testing of patients with specialised ophthalmic equipment.
experience in health and social care
Preferably have an NVQ qualification
Holiday in line with the Working Time Directive.
Access to our Pension Scheme.
Discounted gym membership at £15.00 a month that they need to set up directly with the club. Discount does not extend to partners and family members.
Working on the bank means you are not contracted to a set number of hours per week but instead work on an ad-hoc basis to suit the needs of the business and your availability.
Salary - Competitive
Closing date - 17/05/2021
Location - Bristol
Contract - Bank
Applications will be considered as they are received and interviews will be arranged accordingly. We reserve the right to close adverts early, for example, where we have received an unprecedented high volume of applications. Therefore please apply early to ensure you are considered for the post.
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