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Retinal Photographer

Location: Diabetic Eye Screening Wales

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882

Closing Date: 27th October

Description:

Diabetic Eye Screening Wales provides a screening service for the early detection of diabetes related eye disease (diabetic retinopathy), helping to save the eyesight of the population that we screen.

There is an exciting opportunity to join our busy South Wales team, directly delivering screening clinics to participants across the South East and Mid Wales region. A full driving licence is essential to transport equipment in Diabetic Eye Screening vehicles.

This post involves capturing high quality digital images of the retina using specialised cameras. For most sessions you will be accompanied by a Healthcare Assistant, but will also be expected to fulfil the Healthcare Assistant role to deliver clinics in line with service demand. You will be expected to attain a retinal screening Diploma to be able to practice independently but full training and support will be provided.

We are looking for self motivated, adaptable individuals who can be relied upon to use their own initiative as you will be expected to deal with varying aspects of duties ensuring a consistent integrated and safe approach to patient care. Excellent communication skills are essential, along with a caring and person-focussed demeanour. An understanding and experience of working with SLR digital cameras is an advantage but not essential; any retinal fundus camera experience would be highly advantageous.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic organisation and make a contribution to its development. On a daily basis, our retinal photographers undertake highly responsible activity where attention to detail, coupled with a meticulous approach to quality, is essential.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Kate Morgan - Programme Manager - Operational Katie.Morgan@wales.nhs.uk, 07956 912406

Additional contact information

Neil Latham

Photography Manager

Neil.Latham@wales.nhs.uk

07500 783955

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 028-ACS049-1021

Retinal Photographer

Location: Diabetic Eye Screening Wales

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882

Closing Date: 27th October

Description:

Diabetic Eye Screening Wales provides a screening service for the early detection of diabetes related eye disease (diabetic retinopathy), helping to save the eyesight of the population that we screen.

There is an exciting opportunity to join our busy North Wales team based in Wrexham Maelor Hospital, directly delivering screening clinics to participants across the North and Mid Wales regions. A full driving licence is essential to transport equipment in Diabetic Eye Screening vehicles.

This post involves capturing high quality digital images of the retina using specialised cameras. For most sessions you will be accompanied by a Healthcare Assistant, but will also be expected to fulfil the Healthcare Assistant role to deliver clinics in line with service demand. You will be expected to attain a retinal screening Diploma to be able to practice independently but full training and support will be provided.

We are looking for self motivated, adaptable individuals who can be relied upon to use their own initiative as you will be expected to deal with varying aspects of duties ensuring a consistent integrated and safe approach to patient care. Excellent communication skills are essential, along with a caring and person-focussed demeanour. An understanding and experience of working with SLR digital cameras is an advantage but not essential; any retinal fundus camera experience would be highly advantageous.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic organisation and make a contribution to its development. On a daily basis, our retinal photographers undertake highly responsible activity where attention to detail, coupled with a meticulous approach to quality, is essential.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Kate Morgan - Programme Manager - Operational Katie.Morgan@wales.nhs.uk, 07956 912406

Additional contact information

Neil Latham

Photography Manager

Neil.Latham@wales.nhs.uk

07500 783955

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 028-ACS050-1021

Retinal Photographer

Location: Diabetic Eye Screening Wales

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882

Closing Date: 27th October

Description:

Diabetic Eye Screening Wales provides a screening service for the early detection of diabetes related eye disease (diabetic retinopathy), helping to save the eyesight of the population that we screen.

There is an exciting opportunity to join our busy North Wales team based in Bangor, directly delivering screening clinics to participants across the North and Mid Wales region. A full driving licence is essential to transport equipment in Diabetic Eye Screening vehicles.

This post involves capturing high quality digital images of the retina using specialised cameras. For most sessions you will be accompanied by a Healthcare Assistant, but will also be expected to fulfil the Healthcare Assistant role to deliver clinics in line with service demand. You will be expected to attain a retinal screening Diploma to be able to practice independently but full training and support will be provided.

We are looking for self motivated, adaptable individuals who can be relied upon to use their own initiative as you will be expected to deal with varying aspects of duties ensuring a consistent integrated and safe approach to patient care. Excellent communication skills are essential, along with a caring and person-focussed demeanour. An understanding and experience of working with SLR digital cameras is an advantage but not essential; any retinal fundus camera experience would be highly advantageous.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic organisation and make a contribution to its development. On a daily basis, our retinal photographers undertake highly responsible activity where attention to detail, coupled with a meticulous approach to quality, is essential.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Kate Morgan - Programme Manager - Operational Katie.Morgan@wales.nhs.uk

07956 912406

Additional contact information

Neil Latham

Photography Manager

Neil.Latham@wales.nhs.uk

07500 783955

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 028-ACS051-1021

Eye Screening Grading Manager  

Location: Norfolk and Norwich DESP

Salary: £25,655 - £31,534

Closing Date: 27th October

Description:

The Eye Screening Team are based within the Ophthalmic Outpatients Department at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, but the successful candidate will be required to visit our Central Norwich clinic as well as outreach centres.

This post is to fill an existing vacancy in the Diabetes Eye Screening Programme.

This is a challenging but interesting role and would suit candidates who have experience of working as a Retinal Screener/Grader.

The role requires you to oversee the grading of retinal images, to be responsible for the maintenance of the Eye Screening vans and equipment.

You will be required to supervise the team of Retinal Screener/Graders and also to screen patients for diabetic retinopathy at various locations across Central Norfolk.

The work is interesting and demanding and you will be required to work on your own initiative and drive the screening van, therefore a full driving license is essential.

To support the delivery of a high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare service, all staff are expected to act as a role model to others in all aspects of their work and consistently demonstrate NNUH's ‘PRIDE' values of People focused, Respect, Integrity, Dedication and Excellence.

Full Time: 37.5 hours per week

Open date: 19th October 2021

Closing Date: 27th October 2021

Interview Date: 3rd November 2021

For further details / informal visits contact:

Christel Jenkins, Eye Screening Manager

christel.jenkins@nnuh.nhs.uk/01603 288442

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 234-21-S1916

Diabetic Retinal Screener 

Location: Gloucestershire DESP

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882 (Fixed Term)

Closing Date: 1st November

Description:

We are looking to recruit a self-motivated, enthusiastic individual to join our Diabetic Eye Screening Team. Applicants will need to demonstrate the ability to work both independently and as part of a small team. You will need to be computer literate and have excellent interpersonal skills.

Full training and support will be provided. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator who is flexible and able to deal with a range of different people in their day-to-day work, some with very specific needs.

You must have a full driving licence and your own transport to travel to and from health centres and places of work within the programme area. You will also be required to drive department vans including mobile clinic vehicles.

Main duties of the job

The successful candidate will be required to undertake diabetic eye screening clinics across the county in a range of clinical settings, including mobile clinical vehicles, GP Surgeries and Hospitals. You must be an experienced diabetic eye screener, able to work confidently and independently. You must be adept at trouble shooting issues you may encounter whist screening, such as IT/ technical failure and clinic management factors.

The successful applicant will be expected to run eye screening clinics, Measuring visual acuity, taking photographs of patients retinas (eyes), administering eye drops when necessary and triaging images for presence of diabetic eye disease. In addition there is a whole team approach to achieving NDESP (National Diabetic Eye Screening Programme) uptake targets and as such there will be some administrative duties to include telephoning patients incorporated in this role.

About us

The Gloucestershire Diabetic Eye Screening Programme consists of a team of just over 30 members of staff. We are a busy department providing Diabetic Eye Screening in a variety of clinical setting across Gloucestershire.

We work closely with several other teams including the Ophthalmic Imaging Team, Gloucestershire Retinal Research Group and Gloucestershire Retinal education Group.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 318-21-R7376RT-B

Retinal Screening Patient Services Administrator 

Location: East and North Hertfordshire DESP

Salary: £20,330 - £21,777 pro rata

Closing Date: 1st November

Description:

Diabetic retinopathy is currently one of the leading causes of blindness in people of working age in the United Kingdom, but screening can lead to early detection and treatment can reduce the risk of vision loss.

This post involves working as part of a team providing administrative support to a high quality eye screening service to patients with diabetes in East and North Hertfordshire.

Ideally you will be experienced in NHS/private healthcare processes and procedures, be able to communicate to a wide range of people and have the ability to work in a busy office environment.

The successful applicant will join a dedicated and enthusiastic team working in the programme admin centre in the Hertford County Hospital.

It is a part time (25 hours pw) permanent role. Working Hours are flexible but must include a minimum of 7.5 hours on a Friday.

Main duties of the job

You will be joining a friendly, dedicated, hardworking and successful team in providing diabetic eye screening to people with Diabetes in the East & North Hertfordshire area.

The aim of our programme is to prevent vision loss from Diabetic Retinopathy. Safe, effective and good quality care is at the core of everything we do. Our priority is to ensure equal access to screening for everyone.

  • Dealing with queries via email, post and telephone.
  • Booking appointments using specialised screening software.
  • Scanning and printing.
  • Data validation and cleansing.
  • Supporting failsafe within the programme.
  • You should be well organised, hard working and dedicated to providing a quality service.

About us

At East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, we are proud of the range of general and specialist services we provide and our 6,000 or so dedicated staff ensure our patients get the best care. Our ability to be flexible and innovative in the way in which we work and deliver our services to our catchment has never been more important than it is now.

We run the following hospitals:

  • The Lister Hospital, Stevenage
  • New Queen Elizabeth II (New QEII), Welwyn Garden City
  • Hertford County, Hertford
  • Mount Vernon Cancer Centre (MVCC), Northwood

We have ambitious plans to become an outstanding, patient-led Trust where dedicated staff provide high-quality, compassionate care to our patients. We continue to undergo significant transformation and our staff and patients are at the heart of delivering this ambitious agenda.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 361-1PLN-3544576

Senior Screener/Grader  

Location: Somerset DESP

Salary: £32,306 - £39,027 depending on experience

Closing Date: 1st November

Description:

The Somerset Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is looking to recruit an experienced, enthusiastic, flexible and self-motivated Senior Screener/Grader Band 6/7 to join their team. The Service is part of the English National Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, is provided by Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, and adheres to the National Quality Assurance standards for diabetic retinopathy.We are seeking an individual who wants to contribute to our vision of providing compassionate care. We are interested in hearing from someone who can make a difference with their dedication, expertise, compassion and positive outlook.Somerset Diabetic Eye Screening Programme operates a fixed site service delivery model at thirteen clinic locations throughout the county.

The screening base is to be agreed with the successful candidate, however it is currently being offered as a countywide post as there is an expectation that the post holder will travel throughout the county to cover for holidays and sickness.You will be a friendly individual who has excellent communication skills and able to work well within a team, whilst also confident to work autonomously.Keyboard and computer skills are essential, as is a client centred approach to your work.

The post will be offered at band 7 for accredited Slit Lamp Examiners however applications will be considered from experienced graders at band 6 with a view to progressing to a band 7 upon accreditation.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will be the Lead screener/grader for the digital surveillance clinics and participate in the use of Slit Lamp Biomicroscopy assessment in line with the National Common Pathway implemented by the English National Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

The post holder will be responsible for capturing, and subsequent full disease grading of, digital retinal images of patients attending screening centres as part of the Somerset Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

The post holder also has responsibility to arbitrate inter-grader discrepancies following primary and secondary full disease grading by other members of the team. This will involve staff development training while working with complex needs of the patients this will also identify other ocular pathology and refer appropriately.

The post holder will be the senior representative of the screening programme on site during clinics and will deputise for the programme manager as required.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 184-1EESUR63

Diabetic Eye Screener - NEC Care 

Location: BSW DESP (Salisbury)

Salary: £19,737

Closing Date: 2nd November

Description:

An opportunity has arisen to join the Bath & NE Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire eye screening programme (BSW DESP). We are looking for someone to join the screening team covering clinics throughout our Salisbury locations.

We are particularly keen to hear from people who can give an immediate start.

Our screeners are the heart of NEC Care spending time on the ground, helping our patients. As a screener, you'll run local clinics for our patients and photograph their eyes to assess for diabetic retinopathy. We'll need you to be empathetic and able to talk to service users every day. You'll be supported undertaking your training, but once completed will be working largely unsupervised in a pressured environment, so a cool head is essential!

This role is based in the Salisbury area, covering clinics in a number of locations close to the city.There may be the need for you to travel further afield, so a full UK driving licence is required.

Qualifications

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to join the healthcare sector, with little to no experience, has a great sense of customer service and great interpersonal skills.

Who you'll be?

We want to make sure you are set for success. This isn't all about your skills and that is why we would love to talk to you even if perhaps you don't fit all the below.

  • customer focused with brilliant interpersonal skills
  • willingness to learn - as we'll put you through the necessary qualification
  • organised and able to prioritise tasks
  • good problem-solving skills
  • able to work under pressure
  • any previous experience working with the public is ideal
  • minimum of 5 GCSEs including grades A-C in English, Maths, and a Science subject or equivalent
  • a full driving licence and preferably your own transport (clinic times can vary and early morning collection of equipment is occasionally involved in the role, which cannot always be facilitated with local public transport)

Additional Information

Candidates must be able to demonstrate a pre-existing right to work and travel within the UK. Documentary evidence will be required.

All offers are subject to satisfactory vetting and reference checks. Depending on the nature of the role a Data Barring Service (DBS) check may also be required.

NEC is an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all communities.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J112-A-21-3963

Diabetic Eye Screener 

Location: Brighton and Sussex DESP

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882

Closing Date: 7th November

Description:

Two full time posts (37.5 hours per week) 12 month contract with a view to extending

The Brighton and Sussex Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is based in the Clinical Media Centre at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and forms part of the English Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

The programme has over 44,000 patients on its register and runs 10 cameras throughout central Sussex. We require two enthusiastic, hardworking, people to join our busy team. The successful applicants will learn to at run screening clinics on their own and to be able to recognise and grade differing levels of diabetic retinopathy

The successful candidate will be expected to undertake modules of the Diploma for Health Screeners. This is a level 3 qualification (A' level standard) which will necessitate some study in work time and some in your worn time

You will preferably be educated to A' level standard but as a minimum have 5 GCSE's or equivalent at grade C and above. There will be evening and weekend clinics to be covered at various locations throughout Sussex.

You must have experience working directly with the general public, preferably in a health care setting and will need to be calm and able to work under pressure. The clinics are often run alone and you will need resources to be able to meet the demands and initiative to solve problems. You will be part of a team including 12 screener/graders and will be expected to travel throughout Mid and East Sussex to run screening clinics so essential you have a full driving license and access to your own suitable transport.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Stacey Mainwaring - Diabetic Eye Screening Team Leader

Email: stacey.mainwaring@nhs.net

Tel: 01273 664425

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 379-3563761-OCT21

DESP Failsafe & Quality Officer 

Location: Leicestershire & Rutland DESP

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882

Closing Date: 14th November

Description:

An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, highly motivated and well organised person to join the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP).

We are looking for a dynamic personality to join our team as one of 2 Failsafe & Quality Officers in the important task of Failsafe within the Programme. The post holder will help to ensure that all eligible patients (currently about 78,000) are invited to their diabetic eye screening annually. You will help to track outcomes of all screening appointments and ensure appropriate referral into the Hospital Eye Service and subsequent treatment is within the National Key Performance Indicator parameters. You will also assist in the management of a small team of staff working in the DESP Call & Recall booking office.

You should enjoy working to deadlines and have an excellent eye for attention to detail. You should possess excellent communication skills, with the ability to communicate at all levels. You will be capable of working individually to manipulate data and produce detailed reports for management use. Experience and a good working knowledge of HISS and the NHS is essential. Experience of clerical and telephone based work within a busy administration department would be extremely desirable. You will be able to demonstrate good data quality skills and have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, especially Excel.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a small, progressive and dedicated team delivering an expanding service and your opportunity to be part of delivering a better service to the diabetic population of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Lois Hill, Failsafe/Quality Officer on (0116) 258 3430,

lois.hill@uhl-tr.nhs.uk

or David Gadsby, DESP Service Manager on (0116) 258 7203.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 358-3521474-MSK-SW

Patient Management Administrator - InHealth Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Perivale

Salary: £9,760 (20hrs pw)

Closing Date: 19th November

Description:

This is a part time position of 20 hours per week based in Perivale paying £9760.

InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

We're currently recruiting a Patient Management Administrator to help improve knowledge and stress the importance of Retinal Screening to those who suffer from diabetes putting a particular emphasis on hard to reach groups such as diverse communities and non-responders. The successful applicant will be responsible for going out to the public and speaking with faith and community leaders with the goal of education therefor, we are looking for someone who excels when speaking with the general public and stakeholders.

Key duties

  • Provide specialist insight, intelligence and expertise in the development and revision of the Programme's Communication & Stakeholder Engagement Strategy and plan and contributing to its implementation and evaluation
  • Improve the knowledge of the importance of screening within the diverse communities served through appropriate promotional activities
  • With a specific focus on the hard to reach groups including diverse communities; patients within areas of greater deprivation and non-responders; assist the Engagement Manager in the development and implementation of patient/carer communication, promotional, participation and engagement activities
  • To be a member of and assist the Engagement Manager in the implementation, co-ordination and support of the patient/carer and patient representative groups engagement structures/forums
  • Support the Engagement Manager to work closely with Local Authority Public Health and Community Development Teams on promotional activities and campaigns that will lead to improvements in uptake and coverage with the areas of deprivation, diverse communities and other communities which are highlighted to have low uptake, coverage and/or high levels of DNAers and non-responders
  • Advise on and ensure the Programme's communications are appropriately framed and language, reading age and culturally appropriate for the target audience
  • To undertake outreach work within secure establishments to improve uptake and knowledge of the importance of screening
  • Provide specialist expertise and knowledge to the Programme on the cultural, language, ethnic and faith issues that may be impacting on attendance and non-responders

Experience and qualifications

  • Experience in working in a customer focused environment
  • Excellent Administration skills
  • Experience engaging with support groups for patients would be beneficial

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-21-5676

Senior Failsafe Officer - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Winsford

Salary: £24,000 -£27,000

Closing Date: 27th November

Description:

InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

Targeted Lung Health Check pilots are a new area for the NHS and InHealth making it an exciting time to be involved. InHealth currently support the NHS with software, a bookings/triage service and mobile CT scanning. We need someone who has the passion and drive to help shape the future of our services and the creativity to make our services the best in the country for Commissioners but most importantly the patients we serve. If you want to really get stuck in and have a huge impact on both current and future services, this is the role for you!

Key Duties

  • Developing excellent working relationships with the relevant Hospital Departments and service Clinical Leads to ensure there is current, accurate, and complete data for all eligible people within the services.
  • Regularly reviewing the entire patient pathway to enable safe working systems in line with processes. Reviewing and auditing these systems and identify opportunities for improvement to ensure patients are in a correct status.
  • Performing detailed, accurate exception analysis and reporting within tight timescales.
  • Carry out reviews, completing Failsafe tasks, and clearly documenting all interventions in a timely manner.
  • Answering telephone calls (including voicemail), emails and postal queries from CT staff, Hospitals, GP Practices and occasionally from patients.
  • Ensuring systems are in place to inform patients, GPs, and if needed Hospital services of patient outcomes in a timely manner.
  • Talking, engaging, and networking with different internal and external stakeholders
  • Regularly reviewing national guidelines and best practice relating to Failsafe and take this into account when fulfilling the role.
  • Managing audits of patients who are excluded as medically unfit to ensure they are excluded appropriately and in line with National Guidance. Audit patients who postpone their health check or CT to validate the reason for postponement.
  • Making sure that incidents are promptly and appropriately reported, fully investigated, sharing learning across all InHealth TLHC services and monitoring outcomes.
  • Identifying, reporting, tracking, and monitoring serious incidents, near misses and raising weaknesses with the responsible party (both internally and externally).
  • Taking the lead on data quality and record keeping by performing data quality checks with the assistance of the Bookings Office and Deputy Service Manager.
  • Producing standard and ad-hoc reports for analysis and reporting
  • Building, creating, and maintaining the failsafe policies and procedures.
  • Review and comment on standard operating procedures to ensure safe processes are in place and followed.

Key Skills & Experience

  • Be uncompromising on high quality standards and an eye for detail
  • Have a reputation for diplomacy and tactfulness
  • Have the ability to work under own initiative
  • Be self-motivated with a can-do attitude
  • Have experience in a healthcare field
  • Be confident, independent and a problem solver
  • Be honest and full to the brim with integrity
  • Have really good communication skills – written, verbal and listening.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-21-5638

Experienced Diabetic Eye Screener 

Location: Havering/NE London DESP

Salary: £22,000  £26,000 depending on experience

Closing Date: 30th December

Description:

Havering Diabetic Eye Screening programme, is a well established and successful service, which has originally been built on Optometry practice based eye screening. 

At Diabetic Eye Screening Ltd, we have chosen to extend our eye screening services for Havering, into a modern, multi purpose health Centre at Gooshays Drive in Harold Hill near Romford. We are already running a busy service, operating Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 6.00pm, with several experienced eye screeners and graders and SLB screeners also.

Job Description:

We are looking for a moderately experienced eye screener to work FT at the centre alongside our existing, experienced screeners, so to offer support with our more demanding patients, and to help manage a double clinic, performing 30 plus screenings per day.

There is currently no option to perform grading at the centre, so this is NOT a requirement.

Both salary and hours can be discussed, and this will depend on experience and willingness to work quickly and efficiently, to increase our screening output from the centre.

There may be an option to work a 40 hour week in 4 days, which may appeal to some, as long as we get a high output on numbers screened.

You will be mostly working with the support of a more experienced colleague in a fairly busy and pressured environment, but without management being present. There is a need for a cool head, and the ability to work within a small team, building trust and efficiency, to the benefit of both the patients and your colleagues. You will be the constant at the centre, taking on a bit more of a part management position, ensuring each clinic day is prepared for correctly and reporting to those in charge. 

You will have constant support both at the centre, and via phone and email of our network of 5 optometry practices, situated in the surrounding area around Romford.

Qualifications:

You must be a qualified Screener, with at least 12 months of FT work experience after passing the diploma.

Have brilliant patient focussed communication skills.

Organised and motivated.

Have a desire to improve and gain more responsibility.

Good problem solving skills

Additional Information:

Candidates must be able to demonstrate a pre-existing right to work and travel within the UK. Documentary evidence will be required.

All offers are subject to satisfactory vetting and reference checks. All roles as standard undertake a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check, some roles may require additional vetting such as NPPV/MOD.

Diabetic Eye Screening Ltd is an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all communities

Contact Jon Debney:

j.debney@nhs.net

 
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