Singapore National Eye Centre Pte Ltd


Job Category:  Medical
Posting Date:  10 Jun 2024

Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is the designated national centre for ophthalmology within Singapore’s public sector healthcare network, with a faculty of close to 90 ophthalmologists and more than 800 staff. SNEC spearheads and coordinates the provision of specialised ophthalmological services with emphasis on quality education and research. 


SNEC manages more than 330,000 patient visits and performs over 35,000 surgeries and laser procedures annually.  The Centre offers a full spectrum of subspecialties addressing every part of the eye – Cataract, Corneal & External Eye Disease, Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Glaucoma, Neuro-ophthalmology, Ocular Inflammation & Immunology, Oculoplastic, Paediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus, Refractive Surgery, Surgical and Medical Retina.


SNEC invites suitably qualified applicants who are passionate and patient-focused to join our team in the following departments:


  • Ocular Inflammation & Immunology, with opportunities for Medical Retina work
  • Surgical Retina


You will work at one or more of our regional satellite sites, including the Changi General Hospital (CGH), Sengkang General Hospital (SKH) and/or new satellite location(s), with opportunities in the SNEC main campus. Your scope of work will cover retina and general ophthalmology work.


The Surgical Retina position is based fully at the SNEC Eye Clinic @ CGH, and includes coverage of general ophthalmology clinics and calls at CGH.



  • A basic Medical Degree and a post-graduate qualification in Ophthalmology (e.g. MMed, FRCOphth) which is registrable with the Singapore Medical Council
  • Completed a recognised advanced specialist training programme in Ophthalmology and eligible to be accepted for accreditation by the Specialist Accreditation Board (SAB), Ministry of Health, and specialist registration with the Singapore Medical Council
  • Strong teaching and research abilities with a track record of publications is beneficial