About the Institute

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Working at the Institute of Eye Surgery is an incredibly rewarding experience for medical professionals within the ophthalmic field.

As Ireland’s only fully comprehensive sub-speciality service, we pride ourselves on creating an innovative and progressive practice for professionals.

We focus on excellence in clinical outcomes in everything we do. We are actively involved in clinical trials and invest heavily in the most advanced diagnostics and technological equipment.

Working at the Institute means you have an excellent opportunity for career progression in a fast-paced and dynamic environment that strives for a healthy work-life balance.

Current Positions

Trainee Ophthalmic Technician

IoES are currently recruiting for a dynamic individual to join their Ophthalmic Technicians 2-year training scheme. The role will involve a combination of practical hands on training to support clinical activity as well as theory based online training to become a certified Ophthalmic Technician. Please send CV to careers@ioes.ie

 

Working at IoES

“The Institute of Eye Surgery is a really great place to work. Everyone – from the top down – is genuinely focused on delivering the best care possible to our patients, which means leadership is really supportive and encouraging in motivating us to succeed.”

Laura Flynn

Surgical Coordinator

“What I like most about working at the Institute of Eye Surgery is the focus on innovation. Its really a place where you know you have access to the very best equipment and the latest research and techniques in eye care. As a specialist, that is very exciting.”

Jasna Pavicic Astalos

Consultant Ophthalmologist

“Working at the Institute of Eye Surgery has given me great career opportunities, but more than that, we get to help people every day and see the difference we make to peoples lives. That in itself is very rewarding.”

Kevin Harrington

Optometrist

“I love the fact that we really get to know our patients at the Institute of Eye Surgery. You can really build a relationship over many months and years with patients who need ongoing care so they can continue to use their eyes.”

Laura Tynan

AMD Nurse Specialist

“Because the Institute of Eye Surgery is a center of excellence with specialists from every area of eye care working side by side, we get to learn so much from our colleagues – there is an environment of continuous improvement.”

Sinead Lyons

Surgical Coordinator

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