There is always high demand for surgical treatments at the The Farjo Hair Institute. Because of this, we are constantly training and looking for new surgery technicians.
We now have exciting opportunities for enthusiastic and committed candidates.
The Farjo Hair Institute is the UK’s – and one of the world's – leading hair transplant clinics. The centre was established in 1992 by husband and wife team Dr Bessam Farjo and Dr Nilofer Farjo. They consult with their patients at Farjo's clinics in Manchester city centre and London's Harley Street.
The centre has earned an international reputation for not only using the latest hair transplantation techniques – recognised throughout the surgical field – but for placing significant emphasis on developing pioneering ways to counter hair loss.
With a waiting list of over six months, patients travel from across the UK, Europe, and as far afield as the Middle East, Australia and the United States, to receive treatment. The centre has helped transform the lives of many people including former England rugby player & Dancing On Ice Champion Kyran Bracken, and Dragon’s Den judge Duncan Bannatyne OBE.
Farjo is the only UK clinic to be recommended by the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgery and Hair Transplant Network. The centre is dedicated to the education and research of hair loss and hair transplantation.
Competitive salaries are offered within an exciting, modern and interesting working environment, and full training will be provided.
Please browse the rest of this website for more information about us and our services.
If you would like the opportunity to join our team, please send a CV with a covering letter to:
Sara Roberts, Surgery Manager, Farjo Hair Institute, 70 Quay Street, Manchester, M3 3EJ.
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