Are you interested in a career in the health care field, but don’t know what to do?
If you like people, are customer service oriented, and able to work both independently and as part of a team, with attention to detail, then we want to talk to you! We offer excellent benefits, a wonderful work environment, and the stability of a long-standing and reputable medical practice.
Take a look at our full-time employment opportunities:
Primary duties include answering telephones, checking in patients, scheduling patient appointments, and collecting and verifying patient information. The ideal candidate will have outstanding telephone, secretarial, communication, and computer skills. Must be organized, multi-task oriented, energetic, and possess a positive, professional attitude. Prior customer service or telephone receptionist experience is a plus. Required education: High school or equivalent.
The right person for this position must have good time management skills and a professional demeanor. Responsibilities include taking ocular measurements, gathering medical and patient information, maintaining and cleaning ophthalmic instruments, and assisting the ophthalmologist in basic procedures. Prior ophthalmic or medical experience is a plus, but we will train you to become an ophthalmic technician. Required education: High school or equivalent.
Primary duties include assisting patients with frame selection, sales, and service, including frame adjustments. The ideal candidate will have good customer service skills, enjoy working with people, have good organizational skills, and be able to multi-task. Minimum one year of optical experience required, experience with contact lens fitting is a plus.