Optometrist Jobs in Kansas

Optometrists are doctors of optometry (ODs) whose primary responsibilities are to diagnose, treat, and prevent problems related to eyes and sight. These eye care experts also perform vision tests and analyze results to identify anomalies and recommend treatment such as corrective lenses or medication. Their job descriptions may also include performing minor eye-related surgery and providing patient care before and after larger procedures.

The median salary for an optometrist is $106,140, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects much faster than average job growth at 15%+ through 2026.

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Eye Care Partners - Emporia, KS
Are you An Optometrist with a license in good standing in the State of Kansas? Looking to join a medically-focused, doctor-led, organization focused on full scope of eye care?...
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4 days ago Eye Care Partners
Eye Care Partners - Emporia, KS
Are you An Optometrist with a license in good standing in the State of Kansas? Looking to join a medically-focused, doctor-led, organization focused on full scope of eye care?...
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4 days ago Eye Care Partners
The Eye Group - Topeka, KS
See approximately 25 patients per day practicing primarily routine eye exams. Interest or training in pediatrics preferred. Full support staff and scribe for assistance....
5 days ago
National Vision - Select Military Bases - Fort Riley, KS
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6 days ago National Vision - Select Military Bases
National Vision - Select Walmart Locations - Topeka, KS
Our Topeka, KS location provides you the optimal opportunity to combine your entrepreneurial mindset with your passion for delivering patient-centered primary eye care....
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11 days ago National Vision - Select Walmart Locations
The Luxottica Group - Topeka, KS
OneSight: OneSight brings across the globe vision care to people who lack access by mobilizing eye care professionals, industry experts, volunteers, and partners....
19 days ago
Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Wichita, KS
Director and the Director over WMH Dental, Optometry & Audiology in various compliance initiatives and activities specific to the dental and/or optometry service line....
26 days ago
Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Dover, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
26 days ago
Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Harveyville, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Silver Lake, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Junction City, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Overbrook, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Lyndon, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Burlingame, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Walmart/Sam's Club Health & Wellness - Tecumseh, KS
Prescribe and fit glasses, contact lenses and other visual aids. Deliver outstanding customer service and engagement in all patient interactions....
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Demographic Data for Kansas

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Optometrist Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Optometry Skills for Success
For optometry students, pre-registration and novice optometrists (and those returning to work), junior eye doctors, dispensing opticians and orthoptists preparing for refraction exams, contact...

Diploma in Optometry
Optometry is a health care profession that involves examining the eyes and applicable visual systems for defects or abnormalities as well as the correction of refractive error with glasses or...

Yoga and Vision Improvement
Created by Behavioral Optometrist Dr. Marc Grossman, O.D., L.Ac., and yoga teacher Daniel Orlansky, Yoga & Vision Improvement brings together the best of eastern and western mind/body methods...

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Salary for Optometrist Jobs in Kansas

This is the average annual salary for Optometrist jobs in Kansas as reported by the BLS.

$117,840

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Optometrist positions.

Highest Education Level

Optometrists in Kansas offer the following education background
  • Doctorate Degree (66.0%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (14.6%)
  • High School or GED (8.0%)
  • Associate's Degree (4.0%)
  • Vocational or Certification (4.0%)
  • Master's Degree (2.7%)
  • Some College (0.5%)
  • Some High School (0.2%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Optometrists in Kansas
  • None (59.1%)
  • 1-2 years (13.6%)
  • 2-4 years (13.6%)
  • Less than 1 year (9.1%)
  • 10+ years (4.5%)

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