We're hiring

Are you an optician looking for friendly new colleagues? Then let’s talk.

We’re currently looking to expand our small team. Whether you want a mini-job or something fulltime, whether you’ve just passed your licensing exam or you’ve been a master optician for years – even if you don’t speak German – we’re open to lots of different arrangements. The most important thing is that you’re a good fit for our team.

Let’s have a chat and find out. We look forward to your email, call, or visit to our shop!

Phone: 030 – 27589849
Email: post@brillenkammer.de

Grünberger Straße 58
10245 Berlin

Our Opening Hours

Monday closed
Tuesday 10:00 am – 06:30 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 06:30 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 08:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 06:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 04:00 pm

Nice glasses don't grow on trees.

BRILLENkammer has been around since the end of 2003. Katharina Pech has been part of the team since 2004, and in summer of 2008 she took over the store from previous owner Sabine Abel. For over 20 years now, BRILLENkammer has been an important part of the “kiez” scene here in Friedrichshain. Our store has changed along with the neighbourhood, while staying true to our roots.

And we have one goal – to make our customers happy.

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How We Work

Because we know that we're doing ...

We’re here for you, and we love to help. Not only are we expert opticians, we’re also good at listening to your wants and needs. We take time to find the perfect solution for you. When it comes to “seeing and being seen”, you can always rely on us 100%.

And because we know that no one can do it all, we work with some excellent partners who help us find solutions even when things get tricky.

The Team

Katharina Pech

Master Optician, Owner

Juliane Stange

Bachelor of Science Ophthalmic Optics

Alexander Andrich

Master of Science Ophthalmic Optics

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Your job at BRILLENkammer

Social responsibility

In 2022, we became the first optician in Germany to create a Common Good Report. It contains a detailed description of our activities over the past several years as they relate to the twenty themes defined by the Economy for the Common Good (ECG).

The report deals with sustainability issues (like the environmental impact of our products and services) and building a fair company culture. It covers all the different groups that BRILLENkammer comes into contact with during our daily work, including colleagues, partner businesses, customers, and society as a whole. In short: it looks at the big picture!

As a business that cares deeply about the common good, we feel that it is our responsibility to help make things better for as many people as we can. Our goal isn’t to make more money, but to help create a good life for everyone.

You can read the full Common Good Report here (in German).

If you have questions about the report or about the Economy for the Common Good, please do let us know. We’d love to discuss them with you.

The Tour

Our Store ...

We display our glasses in upcycled window and door frames. There’s lots of wood, warm lighting – a cosy atmosphere all around. We want you to take all the time you need to find glasses you really love. And anyone who comes with you should enjoy their visit, too. We offer a play corner for younger guests, and there are cosy chairs for any companions who might come with you. We want all our visitors to feel comfortable.

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Into the future with eyes wider open ...

As opticians, customers rely on us for comprehensive, expert advice. Our craft is one that creates personal connections like almost no other.

You get to alternate between highly focused, independent work in the workshop and daily contact with people from all walks of life and their vision challenges. In this job, people trust us to help them with an important part of their health and well-being – their eyesight.

And, especially in a small, traditional specialist shop, you’ll get to do a wide range of different types of work. Everyone contributes their own talents. Jede*r bringt sich persönlich ein. All together, we are the face of the shop.