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Optometry's Career Center®: Job seekers

Find your next career move.

Search open doctor of optometry positions screened and reviewed by career specialists.

Easy set-up — get started in no time. 

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Sign in using your AOA.org login. Your username is your AOA member number. Need help? Reach out.

Upload Your Resume

You will then be redirected to your Career Center Dashboard where you can complete your profile and upload your resume.

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There is no cost to register for the Career Center, and you can even browse listings without creating an account.


A Career Center designed for doctors of optometry. 

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based on location, experience level, and more.

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with recruiters and potential employers.

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to quickly apply and allow hiring managers to find you.

Explore Diverse Opportunities

including private practice, corporate, education, and more.

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benefits, and other priorities.

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Career Center Resources


How to follow up after an interview without bugging the hiring manager

Employers' biggest pet peeves with optometric resumes

Five questions interviewees should be asking during their optometric job interviews

Fixed Salary vs. Production-Based Salary - an introduction to compensation structures

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