Richmond Eye Assoc currently has openings for friendly, highly motivated individuals to represted our company. We have openings for certified ophthalmic assistants. We are a busy practice that is very friendly.
Our hours of operation are M-F 8 to 5. We have three locations.
If you are personable, like helping people and have your COA, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Richmond Eye is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Virginia Eye Institute is recruiting for full and part-time Certified Ophthalmic Assistants/Technicians to become part of our team. Qualified applicants would help our busy multi-specialty practice using their basic and advanced skills to provide high tech, high quality eye care. Job responsibilities will include, but not be limited to taking patient histories, and completing all preliminary and advanced testing necessary to prepare patients for examinations. We have excellent benefits and a generous retirement plan.
If you have excellent patient care skills, prior clinical experience, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, we would like to talk with you. Come see what the Virginia Eye Institute has to offer at www.vaeye.com. Please send your resume via e-mail (in Word format) to email@example.com.
Please call Angela Sherwood, COMT 804-2874200 X3311 if you have questions.
The Virginia Eye Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Old Dominion Eye Foundation, Inc.
Job Title: Tissue Processing Technician
Reports to: Processing Manager and Technical Director
Qualifications: High School diploma and one year medical field experience, training/education
Summary: Tissue Processing Technician is responsible for carrying out the technical operations of the precutting program, adhering to technical procedures and systems as described in the Old Dominion Eye Foundation Policy and Procedure Manual. The Tissue Processing Technician is responsible for assisting the Processing Manager with meeting the needs of the precut tissue schedule.
Demonstrates a clear understanding of aseptic technique.
Remains within the scope of ODEF policies and procedures, Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) Medical Standards, FDA Good Tissue Practices and follows any state and local guidelines for the procurement and distribution of eye tissue.
Ensures the suitability of tissue for transplantation or other use by performing slit lamp and specular microscopy examinations (pre and post-cutting).
Completes all documentation for pre and post-cutting.
Performs the procedure precutting tissue for DSAEK, DMAEK and Tectonic tissue for physicians prior to surgery.
Provides assistance with entering charts, offering tissue to surgeons and answering the phone.
Maintains and inspects processing equipment, processing room cleanliness and quality control (lot logs, supplies, etc.)
Orders supplies necessary for precut tissue.
(Other duties as assigned)
The Precut Technician should be able to work independently and with a team in order to facilitate the flow of corneal tissue from post recovery to distribution. The Precut Technician should be able to make problem-solving decisions about donor suitability, and know when to go to the Processing Manager or Technical Director for help or advice.
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org