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Full Time Optometrist- Optometrist need for MD/OD setting in Southern MS

Company: ETS Vision
Location: Hattiesburg
Posted on: April 28, 2021

Job Description:

Great Opportunity For an Optometrist in Hattiesburg MS Multi-location practice located in southern and central MS is looking for a motivated Optometrist to join their team. This is a great opportunity to grow with a practice that handles a full range of Vision cases daily- high amount of primary care & medical optometry. This position is a W-2 with a guaranteed base plus bonus structure. Immediate need W-2 with full benefits that include: Base salary, 3 weeks PTO 1st year, 1 week paid CE, Health, Large upside for compensation- OD needs a zeal for medical/surgical pathology, can move To all collections after a year Large network of doctors & staff Willing to deal with the Optical side, fit contact lenses & great customer service State of the art equipment No Saturdays- M-F schedule 8-5 Requirements: O.D. licensed to practice in MS required. Excellent clinical and Communication skills. Works well in a team environment. Send me your resume/CV today! Make all inquiries directly through Marc Arrington. Email: marrington@etsvision.com Phone/Text: (540) 206-2757 ETS Vision specializes in placing Optometrists/Ophthalmologists in top practices across the country. All conversations and inquiries are completely confidential. All fees are paid by the client (hiring practice). If you are now or will be seeking an opportunity as an Optometrist/Ophthalmologist, send your resume/CV today! Visit our Web Page: www.etsvision.com

Keywords: ETS Vision, Hattiesburg , Full Time Optometrist- Optometrist need for MD/OD setting in Southern MS, Healthcare , Hattiesburg, Mississippi

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