We are looking to work with motivated individuals who can support the growth of Peek and its partners to bring better vision and health to everyone. Our job vacancies offer an exciting opportunity to join a startup organisation doing work that is making a social impact.
To apply for any of the vacancies below, please send your CV and covering letter to Kate Box.
We are looking for a Product Manager for Peek Solutions, our evidence based frameworks and tools that help eye health providers plan and deliver their services to local people. Based on public health best practice, Peek Solutions capture, manage and report live, accurate service data that help services continuously improve their delivery, reaching more people and lowering barriers to access. You will be the critical link between company and product strategy, software development, project delivery with partners, and health data management processes. Find out more about this role here.
We are seeking a QA and Technical Support professional to help Peek deliver high quality software. As an experienced QA professional you will take ownership of product quality and work with colleagues to improve the strength and efficiency of our delivery process. The success of the whole team is measured by the extent to which our tools help Peek and our partners connect people with the eye care they need. You will join a small Agile dev-ops group, taking responsibility for quality and second-line support, participating in Sprint Plans and design/execute system tests. You will also liaise with the User Acceptance Team and triage issues reported by UAT and live users. Find out more about this role here.
Our Trustees are experts in one or more fields of relevance to the Peek Vision Foundation, such as public health, charitable organisations, fundraising, financial planning, commercial strategy, organisational governance and oversight. Together they are responsible for controlling the administration and management of the Foundation. Find out more about the role here.
36 million people worldwide are blind. Four in five of them could keep their sight with simple surgery or treatment. Millions more can't see clearly, yet need no more than a simple pair of glasses. We won't stop until everyone has been linked to the treatment and services they need.