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Specsavers at Home
Making a difference - in the community
Ever wondered how working in domiciliary is different from working in store as an optometrist? Optometrist partner Zetun Arif and customer service partner Charlotte McGimpsey talk us through some of the key differences.
The wide range of conditions and increased pathology that you see with elderly customers makes working as a domiciliary optometrist at Specsavers a clinically engaging and diverse career choice.
The day-to-day variety of domiciliary offers a whole new way of working for optometrists. No two days are ever the same.
Helping people is at the core of what it means to work in domiciliary. It's a role where you can combine your passion for optics with the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of people who are unable to leave home.
The perfect work/life balance
Closer to the customer and community
Dame Mary Perkins on life as a domiciliary optometrist
Working in domiciliary is great – you are never in the same place and you get to meet a range of wonderful people who are really struggling with daily tasks and unable to get out and something so simple as a new pair of glasses changes their lives.
Domiciliary optometrist partner
Working for Specsavers domiciliary enables me to fully utilise my clinical professional skills in a varied environment. In domiciliary, no two day are the same and we get to meet great patients.
Domiciliary ophthalmic partner
I have been known to sing and dance down a corridor in a care home with an older person to gain their trust to allow me to test them.