Brandon Manitoba: Signing Bonus $15,000

Updated: Apr 30, 2021

1st Eyecare: Dr De Koninck

Practice Location 1116 Rosser Ave

Job Type: Full Time

Dear Optometrist,

My father was a very hard-working Optometrist and passed away. As a result, we are offering a full time or part time permanent position for the very busy optometric practice. This is an awesome opportunity for suitable candidates as the clinical practice has maintained some of the most advanced technology with newer models of the Zeiss OCT, Zeiss Visual Field Instrument and Canon Retinal Camera.

For speed of service and quality eyeglasses, we have a full-service lab right next door to our facility.

1st Eyecare is the longest running continuous optometric practice in South West Manitoba. We treat and co-manage many conditions including cataracts, glaucoma, age related macular degeneration and diabetes.

We offer a lucrative earning package based on a full-time position. A $15,000 signing bonus is being offered for successful candidates.

Send resumes to or call Brian at 1-204-724-6960.

What Brandon has to offer:

Recreation In addition, south west Manitoba offers world class hiking, trail running, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing through a multitude of geographic regions. The Brandon Hills are only 15 minutes South of Brandon and consists of 46 trails traversing a remarkable forest of Aspens.

Spruce Woods Provincial Park is a fast 20-minute ride east on the four lane Trans Canada Highway. It consists of 48 trails of varying difficulty for the more adventurous. Its highpoint are a series of sand dunes that you would more likely find in the Sahara Desert.

Riding Mountain National Park is 1-hour North of Brandon. This pristine wilderness is perfect for families and nature lovers. The trail system is composed of 123 hiking trails. There is ample sources of accommodation from campgrounds to 5 star resorts in which to stay. The legendary Grey Owl naturalist spent time here discovering every inch of the region.

Arts & Culture

Arts and culture are a very important part of what makes Brandon such a great place to live. The Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium is a hub for professional, amateur musical and drama performances. The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba showcases the work of international, national, regional and local artists and has been providing hands on art instruction for over 75 years. Brandon University is home to the renowned School of Music and serves as a magnet for a diverse range of musical talent. Local musicians regularly perform in local restaurants and lounges that have incorporated live music into their ambiance. With countless volunteer and professional theatre, arts, dance and musical groups, Brandon offers metropolitan culture with small town heart.