Office Park Eye Center Is Currently Looking For Team Players For The Following Open Positions:
Ophthalmic Assistants and Technicians:
Ophthalmic assisting is a very detailed and rewarding technical trade. Our clinical staff is made up of medical assistants from diverse backgrounds whom we have trained to become ophthalmic assistants. We urge and facilitate all of our ophthalmic assistants to obtain certification through the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO)
If you are interested in an ophthalmic assisting position with our practice, please send us your resume with references to our practice address. Previous ophthalmology, optometry, or medical assisting experience is a plus.
Front Office Staff And Medical Billing Clerks
The role of front office staff has greatly increased in importance during the last five years. The job description has grown and developed into a multi-faceted position from customer service to coding and reimbursement and now includes compliance and risk management. Our staff is actively involved in improving the services and care that we provide our patients. We offer extensive training for those who are seeking employment at an entry level or those that wish to continue their education and experience in the medical field.
No experience is necessary: however one year of related education or experience is a plus.
The job description for this position requires understanding the patient’s needs so they will have the best quality of eye wear for what they need. We help our patients understand the different types of frames and lenses that will work with their prescription, so the patient will receive the best frame and lens selection for their visual needs.
The Optical Department also takes care of contact lens fittings, including selecting the best type of contact lens for the patient’s needs. We cross train our employees in both optical and contact lens care for our patients.
Any type of certification or training in optical or contact lenses is a plus in our office, and we continue to train on a regular basis to obtain and understand patient needs.