Optometry careers

​​​​​​​Looking for an opportunity to work with a GREAT team? Here at JVC, we are always looking for qualified new team members who fit our patient-centered culture. We are committed to providing a stable & fulfilling work environment where team members can thrive.

Current Job Openings:

Frame Stylist & Dispensing Optician - Click Here to Apply

Jarvis Vision Center is looking for a friendly, outgoing individual to join our team. We are seeking a self-motivated individual, able to multi-task in a fast pace environment. Positive attitude and a willingness to learn are a must. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a long-term career! Join our great office atmosphere and help people look, feel, and see their best!

Position details:

  • Experience or certifications in the optical field are helpful but not required. We will train the right person!

  • Candidate must be efficient and accurate using a computer in our paperless office

  • Competitive pay, based on experience and qualifications

Chief duties:

  • Make patients feel comfortable and welcome.

  • Communicate effectively with patient/customer

  • Guide patients in selecting frames and lens products that will help them see clearly & comfortably

  • Understand the eye doctor’s prescription and use it for assessing individual patient needs

  • Determine facial and eye measurements

  • Prepare orders for the lab technicians to finish glasses accurately

  • Deliver prescription eyewear and instruct customers in use and care

  • Provide follow-up services, including eyewear adjustment, repair, and replacements

  • Assist in various business duties, including frame and lens inventory, supply and equipment maintenance, and patient insurance/ claim forms submission and record keeping

What is an Optician?

An optician works at the exciting intersection of health and fashion. These skilled professionals, also known as dispensing opticians, prepare prescription eyeglass lenses, help customers choose eyeglass frames tailored to their unique facial measurements.

An important part of an optician's job is to make sure that customers are comfortable enough with their new eyeglass frames to wear them as prescribed. During consultations, an optician considers the type of lenses as well as the context in which a customer will use them (for example at a construction site versus an office cubicle) to make a recommendation well suited to the individual's lifestyle.

In many ways, a dispensing optician's job is like a pharmacist who dispenses drugs based on prescriptions written by physicians. Although opticians do not write prescriptions for lenses, they must understand the science and reasoning behind them. Some opticians are qualified to operate the equipment that grinds lenses, while others send completed work orders to a lab that crafts lenses.

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​​​​​​​We are always accepting resumes. Send your resume to and we will keep it on file to review as positions become available!