Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston Medical Technician in Waltham and Boston, Massachusetts
Are you a team player, energized by superb patient care and impressed by efficient operations of a world-class health care provider? Are you looking to continuously bringing your skills to the next level while getting recognized by the great work you do? Would you like a career that will fuel your passion and career growth? Then come join our team as an Ophthalmic Technician.
WHO WE ARE?
We are a world-renown provider of eye care services - Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston. Over the years we have trained hundreds of curious and capable individuals to become subject matter experts in the field of ophthalmic care services. Our professionals have grown their careers within our practice and beyond. And, we are excited and ready to help other professionals grow their careers. Can we help you with yours? This is an entry level position and we will provide training for motivated individuals.
Work Location(s): Waltham, Framingham, Boston and Cambridge (must be able to travel to all locations)
Schedule: Monday- Friday Days- no nights or weekends.
A Little About The Position:
Gathers important patient medical history & accurately updates electronic medical record.
Performs visual screening and diagnostic testing prior to ophthalmologist?s visit with patient.
Maintains a smooth flow of patients and proactively communicates with patients about visit.
May scribe for physician or assist with minor procedures.
Ensures that exam rooms are cleaned between patients, including sanitizing equipment.
Knowledge of basic biology
High School Diploma or equivalent required
Computer proficiency required
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, patient friendly personality
Dependable with attention to detail
Ability to work both independently and on a team
Health & Dental Insurance- eligible 1st Day of Employment
Paid time off and Paid Holidays
Health & Dependent Reimbursement Accounts
401(k) Plan with Company Contribution
Co. paid Life and LTD Insurance
Typical Physical Demands:
Requires prolonged standing, walking, some bending, stooping and stretching. Requires excellent communication skills and a keen understanding of patients with sensory impairment. Must be able to express a caring attitude while performing the tasks required with accuracy and efficiency. Requires normal range of hearing and eye sight to perform necessary testing and reporting of findings.
OCB offers industry leading benefits. To find out more about OCB, please visit our website at www.eyeboston.com. OCB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.