Why did you decide to pursue a career in optics?
Was it to look after people’s eyes and vision? Or was it to sell them the right pair of glasses?
For the people on our team the answer was simple – to help others and look after their eyes.
Everyday across the UK they are the ones who assist people most in need of care to improve their sight and make a real impact in their life.
‘Going that extra mile’ is a phrase which is commonly used to describe an incredible effort, we count ourselves lucky to have people who do this as a normal part of their day.
Here are some recent examples of what it really means to work for Visioncall…
A Novel Approach!
Midlands Clinical Director Vishal and Optical Assistant Taiba recently visited a patient in their home to assist her after she lost her glasses.
During the visit they of course got to chatting and soon realised they were in the presence of published author, Cora Smith!
Never one to shy away from a request, Taiba even helped Cora to apply her make up for the day following the sight test.
As you can see from the pictures below, they were all delighted during this visit!
Our team is made up of people who understand that sometimes you might be greeted with some unique request from our patients.
Lead Optician, Rob, went to visit a patient in a care residence who had one stipulation before they would take part in a sight test… Rob needed to wear this very fetching hat!
Naturally, Rob obliged!
We think it’s a good look!
Professional dancer or professional who dances?
Since joining our team Joel has made a real impact with his colleagues and our patients.
Simply put, he really knows how to put a room at ease.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, he was asked if he would like to join in with the residents at this home in Bristol.
We will let the video do the talking here, but Joel made sure he left everyone smiling with his dance moves!
Caring for others is what our team do best, and they do so by having a place to work where they can focus on what is important in a personable manner.
As you can see from the examples above, we like to make our visits count and let our patients know we are there to assist them, regardless of what it means to make that reality!
Are you looking for a new career path in Optics? Why not check out our latest vacancies across the country today.