Transitions Optical will be returning to Jobs Expo Galway in 2019
Are you interested in creating innovative and exciting new products and solutions? Meet Transitions Optical at Jobs Expo Galway. Talk to their recruitment team about the latest opportunities at the company. Register for this FREE event today and we’ll see you on Saturday 16th February 2019 at the Galway Racecourse.
Transitions Optical’s Photochromic lenses
Transitions Optical was the first company to commercialise as well as manufacture plastic photochromic lenses. These are also called adaptive lenses as they automatically darken when in ultraviolet light. When there is no UV, such as indoors and at night, the lenses fade back to their original state.
Overview of the company
Established in 1990, Transitions Optical is a pioneer in light management. The company’s innovative lenses help people by enhancing their vision and the way they perceive light. The company’s research and development professionals aim to create a better experience for anyone who wears spectacles.
The company’s adaptive eyewear comes in the widest selection of designs and materials. Furthermore, the company is applying its technology to areas such as sports and leisure through partnerships with brands like Nike, Oakley and Lazer. Consequently, Transitions Optical make the number-one recommended photochromic lenses worldwide.
Transitions Optical jobs
Transitions Optical has a centre of excellence in Tuam and its global marketing office in Dublin. The company is recruiting for roles in research and development, engineering, marketing and other disciplines.
The company offers an attractive benefits package as well as great opportunities for personal and professional development. In addition, employees have opportunities for career growth in an agile and collaborative environment that values ideas and diversity.
Transitions Optical has consistently scored at the top end of the scale for employee engagement. For four consecutive years, the company has won a Gallup® Great Workplace Award.