Ophthalmic Technician provides technical services to assigned patients and assists ophthalmologists or optometrists in the examination and treatment of eye disorders. Takes patient history, conducts visual acuity screenings, and performs various technical procedures, including refractometry, tonometry, lensometry, and keratometry. An Ophthalmic Technician prepares patients for exams and procedures as well as operates, maintains, and sanitizes ophthalmic equipment and instruments. Additionally, an Ophthalmic Technician may assist physicians in performing minor surgical and laser procedures. Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT) or Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) certification is not required but recommended. However, we do assist our employees with obtaining these certifications.
Center For Sight Las Vegas
Why Work Here?Established in 2014, Center for Sight has grown to more than 100 employees with 11 doctors and three locations in the Las Vegas Valley. Our fourth location will be opening before the end of the year! Our secret is to value our patients through superior care, and value our employees by providing both training and promotional opportunities. We have developed a Learning Management System as well as a Leadership Development Program because we prefer to promote from within and seek to develop our own employees to fill those slots as we continue our growth trajectory. We offer competitive pay and stellar benefits you don’t find just anywhere! We’re seeking individuals who are motivated to learn more and to constantly make a positive difference in the health and lives of our patients. At Center for Sight, we strive to make (and keep) our patients 20/Happy!
We were voted the Best of Las Vegas for four years running and over 20% of our employees have been with us from the very beginning!
Las Vegas, NV