Ophthalmic Technician II
Job ID: 99558 Date posted: December 02, 2019
- SRS E.Grossmont Medical Plaza
- Clinical Technician Jobs
- Day Job
The Ophthalmic Tech II will assist the Ophthalmologist and/or Optometrist with patients and maintains patient flow. Initiates the examination by taking patient history and performing high level diagnostic testing. Coordinates surgical procedures.
Located in the beautiful Sharp Memorial Hospital Outpatient Pavilion, Sharp Rees-Stealy Surgical Eye Consultants specialize in refractive surgery, retinal care, corneal care, and glaucoma care. We are looking for a cheerful, positive individual to join our dynamic Eye Care team!
Sharp Rees-Stealy's mission is to improve the health of its community through a caring partnership of patients, physicians and employees. Its goal is to offer quality services that set community standards and exceed expectations in a caring, convenient, affordable and accessible manner.
Sharp Rees-Stealy has been serving the health care needs of San Diegans since 1923 when doctors Clarence Rees and Clair Stealy formed San Diego's first multispecialty medical group practice. Today, Sharp Rees-Stealy has 22 locations and 500 primary care doctors and specialists representing virtually every field of medicine.
Essential Physical Requirements may be discussed during interview.
Sharp HealthCare is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or any other protected class.
8-hour shift: 7:30am-4:30pm, no weekends
Required Skills and Qualifications
- Current BLS certification by American Heart Association
- Minimum of two (2) years’ current experience in Ophthalmology at an Assistant level
- Successful completion of skills inventory
- Knowledge of eye medications, use and care of instruments, and sterile techniques
Preferred Skills and Qualifications
- Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)
“After nearly 10 years of working here, it's still one of the hardest jobs I've ever loved. If you find a niche here, you'll be working with some of the smartest in the industry. This is where they'll respect you for thinking outside the box and kindness matters. They expect consistency and hard work, but pay you well to do it.”