Specsavers Goulburn are looking for an experienced Optometrist to join their supportive team on a full-time basis.
About the role:
- Work with a genuinely caring and passionate team who foster an amazing culture in store
- Salary package from $100,000 – $110,000 + super (pending experience)
- Looking for an Optoemtrist with 3+ years experience who can carry out eye examinations in accordance with the Specsavers procedures and progressional regulation standards, whilst working collabortatively with other Optometry and dispensing team members.
- Access to state-of-the-art market leading technology including OCT in both stores
- Varied patient demographic including wide range of pathology
- Excellent relationships with local Ophthalmologist and retinal specialists
- Great support for ongoing career progression and development
About the store:
Under our ‘Specsavers: The Place to Work’ initiative, offering the following key benefits to all permanent store team members:
- Birthday leave
- Volunteer Leave
- Access to Specsavers Perks staff discount program
- Two free pairs of glasses each year
- 30% off glasses voucher for family and friends each year
Why choose Specsavers?
- Specsavers are rated the market leader for eye tests, and the retailer of choice for contact lenses in Australia and New Zealand.
- We are on a continual mission to transforming eye health by: eliminating preventable vision loss and blindness, including Glaucoma and Diabetes, through improved prevention and early detection.
- In 2021, we are detecting glaucoma in 1.43% of our patients, nearly matching the reported national prevalence rate of 1.5%
- Proud to have well and truly reached 200,000 KeepSight registrations
- In April 2021, Specsavers had surpassed their target of registering 200,000 patients for their KeepSight initiative, with 80% of KeepSight registered patients who were due for their eye test attending on time
- We are continuously working to reduce the 50% of people with diabetes who do not receive regular eye checks
- We estimate our Optometrists have reduced the level of undiagnosed glaucoma among our patients by at least 60%