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Please note that this position may require an assessment after completion of the application. Please plan for an additional 20 - 30 minutes to complete this.
Shift:First Shift (United States of America)
Nebraska Medicine is seeking a talented individual to join us as an Ophthalmology Technician!
Looking for an opportunity to be part of a growing, leading-edge laser vision correction practice? Interested in being challenged to grow your skill set and continuous learning?
We are looking for an ophthalmic assistant or technician who is:
- Reliable, team oriented, as well as able to work independently.
- Willing to be cross-trained in patient work ups, surgical assisting and laser operations for laser vision correction.
- Has a high degree of professionalism, excellent communication, listening skills and multitasking skills.
- Able to work up potential surgery patients in a friendly and efficient manner.
The new Stanley M. Truhlsen Eye Institute is a state-of-the-art facility designed to transform ophthalmology in Nebraska for generations to come. Come join our team!
* First Shift
* Full time, 40 hours / benefits eligible
Why Nebraska Medicine:
- Our shared values reflect who we are and why we're here and include, Innovation, Teamwork, Excellence, Accountability, Courage and Healing.
- Competitive Benefits including retirement match contribution, PTO accrual, tuition reimbursement
- Lead the world in transforming lives to create a healthy future for all individuals and communities through premier educational programs, innovative research and extraordinary patient care
- Forbes Magazine recognizes us in their list of American's top employers and the best employer in Nebraska
Provide administrative, technical and quality patient care support to an ophthalmologist/optometrist in a clinical setting.
- High school education or equivalent required.
- Completion of an accredited Ophthalmic Assistant/Technician/Technologist course OR three years of experience in an ophthalmic office required.
- Basic Life Support certification (BLS with skills assessment or approved BLS) required.
- Graduate of an ophthalmic assistant, technician, or technologist program preferred.
- Certification as an ophthalmic assistant, technician or technologist required within eighteen months of hire or transfer. Once certification is achieved it is required to be maintained.
Working at Nebraska Medicine means you're committing to meaningful, impactful work that will elevate the success of your fellow colleagues and will help our patients and their families feel comfortable, confident and cared for.