Domiciliary Optometrist – Glenrothes, Fife

What you’ll do

Position: Domiciliary Optometrist
Location: Glenrothes, Fife
Package: Up to £65,000 + £4,000 car allowance + £10,000 joning bonus 
Working hours: Part time or full time
Experience level: You must be a GOC registered Optometrist


Specsavers Home Visits in Fife are looking for a forward-thinking Optometrist covering the local area.  An incredible opportunity awaits: the salary, the location, the lifestyle and an excellent opportunity to branch into the new and exciting world of domiciliary – the only thing missing is you.  With an outstanding package on offer including a basic salary of up to £65,000 plus £4,000 car allowance and £10,000 signing on bonus, joining Specsavers Home Visits in Fife as our next Domiciliary Optometrist truly is a fabulous opportunity.


What’s on Offer: 

  • £60,000 – £65,000 (depending on experience)
  • £4,000 car allowance (business fuel paid)
  • £10,000 joining bonus
  • Holiday allowance 33 days (including all bank holidays off)
  • Great benefits to include Specsavers perks
  • Flexible contracts available to suit your working pattern (no evenings of weekends) – work 2, 3 or 4 days each week
  • Amazing support from highly experienced Optom partner
  • Full support from an Optical Assistant
  • Access to latest in portable optical equipment
  • Join us for a shadow day and receive £250!


With a focus on flexibility, we are open to part-time applicants and in most areas will consider any working pattern to suit you.  So, whether you need condensed hours or early finishes, we’re open to making it work.  Did we also mention we don’t work weekends!


What we’re looking for

You’ll need to be a qualified and GOC registered Optometrist with the drive, passion and the willingness to build upon our customer-focused culture.  As part of our team, you’ll need to be able to provide a unique blend of customer care and professional excellence.  You’ll need to demonstrate good attention to detail along with a passion for the community.  Teamwork also forms a big part of our culture, so the ability to work well with others is essential.


A picture is worth a thousand words and whilst this is just a taste of the opportunity, the best way to see for yourself is with a shadow day.  These are opportunities for you to meet with a fellow professional and observe their working day, speaking to them about the benefits (and challenges) a career in domiciliary can bring. At the moment we are paying £250 should you join us for a shadow day in May or June!