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Optician

Being an Optician is the perfect mix of fashion, sales, and skill.
Optical experience is preferred, but willing to train the right candidate from any industry. High energy and a focus on customer service/client retention is a must.
The Optician job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
presenting, adjusting & dispensing eyewear, patient education regarding eyewear, taking measurements to ensure proper fit of eyewear, troubleshooting. Other office duties such as scanning, making appointments, and ensuring outstanding patient care are also required of an optician.
Full time employees are eligible for healthcare benefits, life insurance, 401K (with matching), and more after 90 days of employment. Great hours, no Sundays! Competitive pay based upon prior experience.
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