Vision Clinic Sydney ***AD UPDATED***

Job Title: Clinical Orthoptist - Sydney CBD, NSW ***AD UPDATED***
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Sydney CBD, NSW
Date Advertised: 29/01/2024

Description: Vision Clinic Sydney is a boutique purpose-built Refractive, Cataract and Cornea practice located on Macquarie Street Sydney CBD.

We are passionare about providing our patients with the highest level of care with a focus on refractive laser and lens surgery, cataract surgery, and corneal conditions such as keratoconus and pterygium.

We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated Orthoptist to join our thriving eye clinic. This is a permament position (full-time or part-time) offering either a 4 or 5 day working week during the hours of 8am – 4.30pm.

New graduates, Optometrists and Opthalmic technicians welcome.

Your Opportunity
This position offers a unique opportunity for an orthoptist to learn from and work very closely with a highly skilled and well regarded subspecialist ophthalmologist in order to make a significant, positive impact on patients’ lives and further their own professional development.

Our Culture and benefits

Our people and culture are what sets our practice apart. We believe in personal and professional integrity and expect our people to play their part in fostering a fun, inclusive and highly rewarding culture that we can all be proud of.
• Competitive salary
• Professional development opportunities
• Collaborative and supportive work environment
• Cutting-edge technology and resources

About you

The following skills, behaviours and traits are what we believe are crucial to this role:
• Master of Orthoptics or equivalent
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong organisational skills and meticulous attention to detail
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a patient-centered environment
• Committed to delivering high-quality care


• Conduct thorough assessments of patients presenting with a myriad of eye conditions. A particular interest in refractive, cataract surgery and cornea is preferable but not essential.
• Collaborate with the ophthalmologist to develop treatment plans tailored to individual patient needs. This will include calculating for IOLs and ICLs.
• Perform diagnostic tests, such as topography (i.e., Pentacam), anterior segment OCT, specular microscopy, A-scans (IOL Master 700), OCT, HVF, fundus photos, subjective refraction, cover testing, pupils, and ocular motility.
• Assist in trans-epithelial collagen cross-linking and minor surgical procedures such as intravitreal injections.
• Cooperate and liaise with staff as well as support the ophthalmologist across his various locations of practice and surgery to ensure optimum patient care.
• Stock management
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records.
• Work closely with the clinic's administrative staff to ensure smooth patient flow.

Contact Details: How to apply

Send your resume and references to the email below. Join us in making a difference in eye care! #Orthoptist #Ophthalmology #HealthcareCareers
We are looking forward to discussing your career objectives with you

Shweta Arora - Director
Phone 0431 266 055

Applications may also be submitted via the APPLY NOW eForm.