Careers with Bedford Eye Care
The Bedford Eye Care Centre has been providing the very best eye care in Bedford since 1984. The optometrists in our office work very closely with a dedicated team of people who work as either optometric assistants or licensed opticians.
Potential jobs include clerical, front desk, doctors assistant, opticians assistant, optician and specialized patient testing. All employees (other than licensed opticians) are trained on-site.
Our office prides itself in providing one of the most comprehensive, high-tech eye examinations in the city as well as the provision of high-quality eyewear and contact lenses. Our main concern is caring for the many patients who have been coming to our office for years and rely on us to ensure that they maintain good vision for the rest of their lives. Compassion, warmth and a sense of humour are an essential part of our office culture.
We are always thrilled to find people who are excited about joining our family in Bedford and becoming a long-term member of our team.
Ordinarily, we hire at least one new staff person per year. So, if you are interested in a position in our office, we encourage you to apply even if we are not actively looking for a new employee, so that we may keep your name on file and call you when a position becomes available.
For more Bedford Eye Care Centre careers information, please email us at email@example.com
Bedford Eye Care is a Finalist for Business of the Year!
We are so very grateful to our patients, the community and the outstanding service team in the practice for the support you all continue to show to us in our many years in business.
We're honoured to be selected by the Halifax Chamber of Commerce among a diverse group of outstanding and well-known finalists for this prestigious award. We believe it's a reflection of the commitment we have to delivering the highest quality care to our patients and for pushing into new areas of innovative care, including our new dry eye and traumatic brain injury clinics, as well as our commitment to patient and public education in these critical new areas of research and treatment.