Job Opportunities

We are looking for an Orthoptist to join our team to provide assistance to the Ophthalmologists, including 3 paediatric Ophthalmologists, covering all ophthalmic sub-specialties.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a high performing team and make a real difference to our patients.

About the role:

Auckland Eye are looking for a responsible, organised and dedicated team member, whose values align with the Auckland Eye values of Integrity, Respect and Collaboration.  You will join a team of dedicated staff, in a premier medical business.   This position reports to the Technical Coordinator and is responsible for providing orthoptic and ophthalmic technical assistance to clinicians. The successful candidate will be involved with both orthoptic and technical assessments including biometry, photography and retinal scanning, all with leading-edge technology.  There is also potential for involvement in Clinical Research trials.

 Working within our practices and protocols of quality and high standards, your main areas of focus will be:

  • Assist patients attending clinics, providing information to them and explaining procedures undertaken
  • Update and maintain clinical records in accordance with standards.
  • Work as part of a team in a busy environment  
  • Measuring of visual acuities and performing various other tests as required
  • Taking patient histories
  • Assisting with small procedures
  • Assisting with all other duties that contribute to the smooth running of the clinics

About you:

You will need to be legally able to work in NZ.  You will also have:

  • Professional Orthoptic qualifications
  • 1-3 years Orthoptic experience
  • Ability to work unsupervised and communicate with people in a friendly and professional manner.
  • Flexibility with working hours

Preferred but not essential:

  • Previous experience in the use of OCT machines, visual field testing and biometry

Apply now!

Please send your CV and cover letter to vghoshal@aucklandeye.co.nz

    

 

About the role:

You’ll be working in a dedicated team of Ophthalmology Technicians within the Auckland Eye. Our primary focus for the team is to ensure that our patients and doctors receive amazing service and high quality technical skills.  This is a great role for someone who loves using their knowledge and abilities to provide superior ophthalmic care while delivering excellent service to your patients. Your responsibilities will include patient care and the delivery of ophthalmic technical services and support, including assisting with minor procedures. You’ll also ensure your clinics run smoothly and assist with triage, research, ordering, equipment maintenance, teamwork and communications.   As with all patient-facing roles, you have a responsibility to ensure that the care we provide remains at the forefront of our industry.

The main clinic is in Remuera, but you will work across all our locations in Auckland North, West as well. The work hours are early or late shifts, being 8 hours per day between 7 am and 6 pm - Monday to Friday.

About you:

Obviously, you’ll need have great people skills - that’s essential and of course, you will be genuinely passionate about service and quality of care.  You will need to be formally trained and ideally experienced in ophthalmology – we are open to backgrounds such as an Orthoptist, Ophthalmic Technician. Your current colleagues will tell us you’re really organised, enjoy being busy and making a difference to both your patients and your team.  Your boss will tell us that you’re proactive, professional and come to them with solutions, not problems and that you make a positive difference in any way you can. Like all busy health service providers, we need to be flexible and calm, able to deal with the unexpected and remain professional and proactive.   You’ll tell us that you love learning, and you’re keen to explore new skills as well as share the ones you have, you’re a willing participant in change and growth and you are confident that you can help a team deliver incredible, market leading ophthalmology services and help us in our commitment to being the best in our field!

About Auckland Eye Limited:

We are a growing private Ophthalmology practice, with 15 specialists.  Our primary clinic and day stay facility is located in Remuera.  We also have two additional hubs in New Lynn and Takapuna, which includes both clinic and surgical services.

Our core values of Integrity, Respect and Collaboration weave through all that we do and help us deliver outstanding, life changing results for our patients. We have great plans for growth and leading our industry into the future, so we’re passionate about continued development and knowledge sharing as well as leading the way in our industry.

Apply now!

Roles like this don’t come along very often, so make sure you let us know if you’re interested.  Send your CV and a cover letter to Sandra@aucklandeye.co.nz - we’re keen to hear from you.

 

    

 

 

Auckland Eye is committed to the benefit that patients receive by having specialist optometry skills available in our practice, so read on to find out more about a role that offers more variety and learning than a typical optometrist practice.

About the role:

Your role will be to work alongside Ophthalmologists and our wider team of technicians and nurses to provide integrated eyecare services for our patients. You’ll get to work across all areas of Ophthalmology, so if your chosen field fascinates you, this could be a great chance to be exposed to our wide array of skills and talents. You’ll see patients pre and post op, lead and manage clinics, work with contact lenses trials, participate in research, as well as occasionally assist with other services such as theatre and refractive procedures. In addition, there is the admin, documentation and paperwork that goes along with a busy, quality-focused practice.

As with all patient-facing roles, you have a responsibility to ensure that the care we provide remains at the forefront of our industry.

The main clinic is in Remuera, but you will work across all our locations in Auckland North, West as well. Hours are flexible depending on your commitments

About you:

Obviously, you’ll need have great people skills - that’s essential and of course, you will be genuinely passionate about service and quality of care.  You will need to be formally trained and NZ registered with current APC. Some experience working in an Ophthalmology practice would be helpful, but not essential.

Your current colleagues will tell us that you’re really organised and have superb attention to detail. You’re proactive and professional and come to up with solutions and new ideas. You’ll tell us that you love learning, and you’re keen to explore new skills as well as share the ones you have, you’re a willing participant in change and growth and you are confident that you can help your team deliver incredible, market leading ophthalmology services and help us in our commitment to being the best in our field!

About Auckland Eye Limited:

We are a growing private Ophthalmology practice, with 15 specialists.  Our primary clinic and day stay facility is located in Remuera.  We also have two additional hubs in New Lynn and Takapuna, which includes both clinic and surgical services.

Our core values of Integrity, Respect and Collaboration weave through all that we do and help us deliver outstanding, life changing results for our patients. We have great plans for growth and leading our industry into the future, so we’re passionate about continued development and knowledge sharing as well as leading the way in our industry.

Apply now!

Roles like this don’t come along very often, so make sure you let us know if you’re interested.  Send your CV and a cover letter to Sandra@aucklandeye.co.nz - we’re keen to hear from you.

 

    

 

 

Oasis Surgical is renowned for excellence in care and service for both our patients and surgeons and so this is a chance for you to practice excellence in our purpose built facility in Remuera.  

About the role:

Working within our practices and protocols of quality and high standards, your main areas of focus will be:

  • Admitting and post-operative care
  • Nursing care for patients undergoing day stay eye surgery
  • Theatre - scrubbing and circulating for ophthalmology surgery
  • Managing and supporting nursing duties in clinics - such as triaging appointments, technical testing, patient care and documentation
  • Team work and communication with surgical and support teams

This is a part time role, rostered to cover Tuesdays and Thursdays from 08.00 to 17.00, which is 17 hours per week. . There may be other shifts available outside these times to cover for leave or illness, so some flexibility would be appreciated, but not essential. 

About you:

You will need to be legally able to work in NZ and an NZ registered Nurse with a current practicing certificate. You’ll need solid PACU experience and some ophthalmic surgery scrubbing and circulating experience would be helpful. You will be able to tell us about how you work well in a team and demonstrate your commitment to continuous improvement. You will be super organised and love getting things right, but you’re also able to think on your feet and be flexible when things don’t always go to plan. Ethics and integrity are the cornerstone of our team, so be prepared to work well, work hard and be in a fun, flexible and caring team.  Proactive is your middle name and you love helping others and looking after your patients.

About Auckland Eye and Oasis Surgical:

We are a growing private Ophthalmology practice, with 15 specialists.  Our primary clinic and day stay facility is located in Remuera.  We also have two additional hubs in New Lynn and Takapuna, which includes both clinic and surgical services. 

Our core values of Integrity, Respect and Collaboration weave through all that we do and help us deliver outstanding, life changing results for our patients. We have great plans for growth and leading our industry into the future, so we’re passionate about continued development and knowledge sharing as well as leading the way in our industry.

Apply now!

If this sounds like you, send your CV and a cover letter to Sandra@aucklandeye.co.nz - we’re keen to hear from you.

 

    

 

 

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