Retail partnership opportunity – Specsavers Tuggerah, NSW.


Specsavers are currently on the lookout for an experienced retail manager to join us as a joint venture partner in our Specsavers store, Tuggerah, New South Wales.

About the role:

This opportunity is ideal for an experienced retailer who understands what it takes to lead and motivate a team. You will have a passion for delivering high-quality clinical care and customer service.

As a Specsavers joint venture partner, you will have access to the following benefits:

  • Back-office administrative support from our Port Melbourne Support Office team, including payroll, accounts payable and quarterly BAS
  • The power of Specsavers’ market-leading brand driving customers to your store
  • An annual combined marketing fund of more than $60 million
  • A guaranteed market-rate salary and superannuation in addition to your share of store profits
  • Guaranteed annual leave and access to exclusive wellbeing workshops

About the store:

Specsavers Tuggerah is located within Westfield shopping centre. It houses over 260 speciality stores including major retail brands such as Big W, Coles and Target. The store itself is 137sqm in size, with 7 dispense desks, 3 test rooms and over 1,160 frames on display.

Situated on the central coast of New South Wales, approximately 90km north of Sydney, Tuggerah is in a prime location. Surrounded by vast mountain ranges and pristine beaches, you can truly have it all.

This opportunity is not to be missed. For more information, contact Maria Savva, Partner Recruitment Manager, on +61 (0) 401 353 587 or


Transform eye health with Specsavers

Specsavers is on a clear mission to transform eye health in Australia and New Zealand – and we would like you to join us on that mission. Our equipment and technology strategies, our close working relationships with key eye health stakeholders, and our major investments into optometry advancement and dispensing qualifications all contribute to a singular purpose – to transform the eye health of Australians and New Zealanders.

If you’re concerned at the 50% 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.