Position Summary: The incumbent operates cameras and performs multiple ophthalmic imaging procedures designed to assist physicians in documenting, tracking, and treating all forms of eye disease. Assists with specialized patient testing, including but not limited to; OCT Cirrus/Spectralis, IOL Measurements via applination/Lenstar/IOL Master, corneal topography with Pentacam/Wavescan/Atlas, retinal photos, fluorescein/ICG angiography, and slit lamp photography.
Rate Minimum $30.58 Midpoint $34.30 Maximum $38.02
Required Qualifications: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across the HealthSystemAbility to maintain a work pace appropriate to the workloadBasic Life SupportCompletion of two year training in photography or medical/biomedical photography or combination of equivalent education and experienceExcellent written and verbal communication skills in EnglishMinimum 2 years photography experience or 2 years experience working as an Ophthalmic TechnicianMust demonstrate customer service skills appropriate to the jobMust possess the skill, knowledge and ability essential to the successful performance of assigned duties
Preferred Qualifications: Current COA certificationKnowledge of University and medical center organizations, policies, procedures and formsPrevious experience as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)Previous experience working as a Ophthalmic Photographer
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
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