Research Testing- Weekday Shift, Full Benefits, Grow with us
Performs preliminary ophthalmic testing and ensures compliance with study while providing continual quality patient care and a collegiate work environment.
Demonstrates quality patient service during interactions with patients, coworkers, and vendors:
- Exhibits a positive attitude and is flexible in accepting work assignments and priorities
- Meets attendance and tardiness expectations
- Is dependable; follows policies and procedures
- Maintains professionalism in interactions with patients and coworkers
- Performs quality work and consistently exhibits initiative
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ophthalmic Testing Skills
- Perform refractions per protocol using trial frames.
- Measure visual acuity at distance and near utilizing appropriate test for age and protocol and record accurately.
- Perform basic low vision testing and pinhole testing as needed.
- Perform MN/Radner Reading test
- Instill eyedrops properly and understand the indication/contraindication for use in dilation and as corneal anesthetic
- Measure and record current lens power accurately with a lensometer (including add power(s) and prism)
- Perform pupillary assessment
- Estimate anterior chamber depth using transilluminator method
- Perform and record basic ocular motility and alignment testing
- Perform and record confrontation visual fields
- Perform and record Amsler Grid Test
- Perform Tonopen tonometry and applanation tonometry as needed
- Perform Color Vision Plates and other color vision testing (D15 etc).
- Able to navigate EHR and properly document patient information and the results of Basic Ophthalmic Tech Skills
- Exam Lane Maintenance and calibration as assigned
- Perform routine instrument maintenance on ophthalmic equipment
- Stock examination rooms in assigned area and ensure that medication expiration dates are current
- Clean, disinfect and maintain examination rooms
- Comply with company and Sate Pharmacy Board drop inventory guidelines
- Ability to perform equipment calibration and log documentation
- Other Testing Skills
- Perform clinic and research ERG tests, both full field and multi-focal tests
- Perform FST testing and other protocol specific tests
- Research Requirements:
- Attend in-services for study staff
- Review GCP guidelines, maintain GCP &/or CITI certification
- Obtain/maintain study-specific examiner certification as required by protocol.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodation. The requirements below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
- Minimum of a High School diploma or general education degree.
- Previous medical office experience preferred; previous ophthalmic experience strongly preferred.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Indicate the amount of time spent for each activity required as it relates to the essential functions.
% of TimeLBS
% of TimeLBS
Vision color vision
Vision depth perception
Vision peripheral vision
Vision ability to adjust focus
Fine Motor Skills
Use of Hands
Other (please describe)
Location: Work takes place in a normal office/clinical environment. Travel to other CVP locations may be necessary to fulfill essential duties and responsibilities of the job. Thus, those needing to travel for work must have access to dependable transportation, and driving record must meet company liability carrier standards.
Exposure: Works in normal office environment during normal business hours. May be exposed to blood or bodily fluids. May also be exposed to various cleaning supplies.
Equipment: Regularly uses Ophthalmic equipment/devices per sub-specialty requirement such as keratometer; phoropter; visual acuity measuring/B-VAT; ultrasound unit; specular microscopy unit; corneal topography unit; retinoscope; slit lamp microscope, telephone, computer, fax, printer and copier. Must have good working knowledge of Microsoft applications. Other equipment may be used as needed. Must be able to work with precise tools and equipment; must have dexterity to use these items correctly and safely. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment.
This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the current scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by current job holder(s) within this job. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position. CVP reserves the right to change the expectations of the job and assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time.
Cincinnati Eye InstituteBlue Ash, OH
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