Interesting to learn how the human eye works.
Eyewear specialist (Current Employee) – Spring, TX – February 17, 2015
I would get into work and if we weren't busy, usually during opening shifts, I would start on my arms calls where I out reach to previous customers because it has been a year since they last purchased prescription glasses or contacts and I try to get them to schedule a doctors visit to get their eyes checked, then as customers come in I would perform repairs on glasses and lenses. Once a customer came in with a valid prescription I would help them pick out their frames by asking them how they use their eyewear at work, play, and everyday life to recommend the best frames, lenses and lens upgrades if the patient needs it. I learned a whole lot about the human eye, how to take correct measurements for bi-focals, tri-focals and progressive lens types. I am lensometer certified. Management and Co-Workers were great. I was the only guy working there, and surprisingly there was no drama. The hardest part of the job would have to be when the store would get overwhelmed with people because we can only deal with one patient at a time and it's a lengthy process. The most enjoyable part of my job was using the SERVE process to get to know people.
free pair of prescription eyeglasses
small store not enough hours to go around