Full-time Optometrist – Wynnum West


Specsavers Wynnum West are looking to talk to an experienced and ambitious Optometrist to join its team on a full-time basis.

At Specsavers, we are focused on providing the highest levels of optometry care in all our stores. Our equipment and technology strategies, our close working relationships with ophthalmology and various eye disease stakeholders alongside our major investments into professional development for optometrists all contribute to a singular purpose – to transform eye health in Australia and New Zealand.

If you are an experienced Optometrist and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment where your purpose is to provide customers with the very best eye care in the market – we want, you! The store has 3 testing rooms equipped with state of the art technology with a brand-new Humphries visual fields machine. The store prides itself on providing exceptional service to our customers. This is achieved by the support you will receive from our retail staff and optical dispensers, to ensure every customer receives the highest quality treatment possible.

We’re on a clear mission to transform eye health in Australia and New Zealand – and we’d like you to join us on that mission.

So, if you’re concerned about the 50 per cent undiagnosed glaucoma cohort and the under-indexing of diabetic retinopathy screenings; if you’re worried that available in-store technology isn’t being used on every patient due to extra fees and charges; and if you’re alarmed at the under-investment in professional dispensing programs and technology – then we urge you to talk to us about how you can make a genuine impact at Specsavers.

For more information on this role or any other Optometrist positions in Australia, or if you know someone who could be great for this role, please contact Marie Stewart on 0408084134 / 03 90918999  or email  marie.stewart@specsavers.com

*Remember* we have a refer a friend cash bonus for any Optometrist we place in a locum or permanent position, who isn’t known to us.