Roles with BIOS2021-02-05T15:19:12+00:00

Are you looking for a challenge and a leadership opportunity? Wanting to support the professional body and development of Orthoptists and Orthoptics? Are you looking to expand your CV and extend the portfolio of your career whilst building networking opportunities? We’re dependent on the hard work of our volunteers to be able to provide vital support and representation to our members.

You will find information on all our current vacancies below.

Freelance or Secondment Opportunity – Project on Refraction and HES Prescriptions

BIOS is pleased to announce the opportunity for a motivated, clinical, academic or research orthoptist to undertake an important piece of work related to orthoptists refracting and issuing HES prescriptions. Context: The General Optical Council (GOC) recently issued a Call for Evidence on the Opticians Act and associated GOC policies (Call for evidence on the Opticians Act and consultation [...]

Vision Screening CAG – Members

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Vision Screening CAG We are looking for new enthusiastic members who are passionate about helping us to achieve our goal of getting an orthoptic-led national screening programme in England. Here are a few of the roles that the CAG group undertake: Multi-disciplinary post-screening pathway PHE standards [...]

BOSTU Vacancies

BOSTU Executive Board The Executive board is the ruling body of the trade union, discussing and having final say on all decisions regarding all matters of the Union. It is made up of the General Secretary, the President, 3 representatives from England and one representative each from Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. This enables the Board to underpin the [...]

Clinical and Non-Clinical Advisory Group Roles

We are seeking expressions of interest from any members would like to be involved with a number of our clinical and non-clinical groups (CAG and n-CAG). These are great opportunities for any member with a particular clinical and/or academic interest in one of these areas to help the profession shape practise and provide guidance for members in these areas [...]