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Opportunities to work or volunteer for Optometry Victoria South Australia

Optometry Victoria South Australia (OV/SA) is a progressive, member-focused organisation delivering services and support to our member optometrists across Victoria and South Australia.

Our dynamic and talented staff work in various roles and come from diverse backgrounds including optometry, policy management, communications, administration, events, digital and finance. Our organisation offers a fast-paced, innovative and flexible working environment.

Positions Vacant

Nominations open to join our Board, closing 21 September 2022

The Board of OV/SA are inviting nominations for members who would like to serve on the OV/SA Board. The Board is made up of both Victorian and South Australian members and is a great opportunity for experienced optometrists with skills in strategy, risk and compliance who want to contribute to the future of our association and wider profession.

This year we have four vacancies, three Victorian positions and one South Australian.

Current Directors Elise Pocknee-Clem (SA) and Laura Carson (Vic) are eligible for re-election and are re-nominating. Directors Allison McKendrick (Vic) and Jason Tan (Vic) are not re-nominating.

If you know someone that would be great for this role, please nominate them via the downloadable form. You will need a second nominee to confirm the nomination and the nominee must sign the form also.

Nominations will be accepted in-person, by post, or by email. Please see the form below for details. For more information, have a look at our OV/SA Board Vacancy FAQs, below.

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