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Our diverse team of medical, clinical, optical, and administrative staff at Oregon Eye Specialists are the heart of our business. We believe that investing in the health, happiness, and growth of our team is one of the most strategic priorities for the company. In turn, our employees internalize our values and believe in delivering our mission of Clarity to patients every day.

As such, we are committed to offering a robust benefits program (competitive compensation, comprehensive health care, cutting-edge technology, vibrant workspaces, etc.) – but we’ve found that true-fit candidates are excited by a number of unique employee offerings, including:

An intimate culture

You won’t find an empty corporate environment at OES. We work hard to make sure that our staff and our patients benefit from an intimate culture and small clinic setting.

Top-notch talent

When we hire smart, talented people, they attract and help foster a culture of performance around them.

Engaged leadership

The same doctors and staff that you work alongside every day are dedicated to making OES a great place to work. Leadership helps employees understand where we’re headed as a business, what we (as an organization) are here to accomplish, and how you can help.

Meaningful work

Every day at OES we deliver the gift of sight and help our patients get back to life.

Opportunity for growth

We believe that every professional deserves an employer invested in cultivating their professional skills and pursuing a meaningful career path. At OES, we strive to ensure that team members have every opportunity to grow and evolve.


If the above work environment sounds like what you’re looking for, and you consider yourself a highly accountable, communicative, and team-oriented professional – we would love to hear from you!

 


 

Open Positions

 


 

All OES team members must possess a strong team-oriented approach, excellent communication skills (verbal and written), superb attention to detail, ability to multi-task without sacrificing accuracy, a calm demeanor in the midst of busy clinic operations, the ability to provide clear and supportive feedback to peers and providers, and genuinely enjoy going above and beyond in an effort to provide an exceptional patient experience.

If this sounds like you, please see our open positions below. To apply, simply email us your resume and cover letter, and include the name of the open position you’d like to be considered for in the subject line of your email.

 

Billing Specialist- Macadam Office

​Oregon Eye Specialists has openings for a Billing Specialist. The Billing Specialist will start and complete the billing process for Oregon Eye Specialists locations.

This role is designed for a person who is detail-oriented in processing claims for payment. Has a strong knack to track and resolve outstanding payment issues/denials from patients and insurance companies. Credentialing experience is a plus!

Reports to: Business Office Manager

At Oregon Eye Specialists, our mission, core values, abilities, include displaying a positive and proactive attitude, strong organizational skills, the abilities to prioritize as well as multitasking, strong communication skills both over the phone and on paper.

The American with Disabilities Act requires that responsible accommodations be made for qualified individuals to help perform the required duties and tasks of the position. Please let us know at the time you apply for the position if you will need any special accommodations.

Equal Opportunity
OES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. OES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights laws.

Pre-Employment Screening
This position is subject to a pre-employment criminal background check, as well as a drug screening test.

Ophthalmic Technician – Portland Providence

The job in a nutshell: The Ophthalmic Technician will provide excellent patient care by performing a variety of ophthalmic tests and will act as a patient liaison.

This role is designed for a person who loves people (patients, staff, and vendor partners) as well as the nuts-and-bolts side of planning and process. As an Ophthalmic Technician, you’ll offer support to patients and maintain effective relationships with management, physicians, and industry representatives.

Reports to: Office Manager

At Oregon Eye Specialists, core values, abilities, and a demonstrable track record of success are more important to us than direct experience. That being said, an ideal candidate would meet the minimum requirements and have the following skills. Specific Duties will vary by individual physician, but will typically include the following:

  • Interact with and care for patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values.
  • Call patients from waiting room and escort them to examination rooms.  Assist with transfer of wheelchair-bound patients to exam chair.
  • Obtain and document patient history and current complaints.
  • Optimize patient flow and direct physician to the next patient to be seen.
  • Perform visual acuity tests and other screening tests (color vision, Titmus, Amsler grid, pupillary exam, Schirmer’s II, HRT).
  • Perform refraction and determine near and intermediate correction needs.
  • Perform ocular motility/alignment and gross confrontation field testing.
  • Check intraocular pressure.
  • Instill dilating drops at the discretion of physician being assisted.
  • Perform automated Humphrey perimetry and Goldman perimetry.
  • Perform lensometry, pachymetry, and operate automated diagnostic equipment.
  • Sterilize equipment/instruments in accordance with the established sterilization schedule and procedure.
  • Maintain an adequate supply of sterile equipment in each exam/treatment room.
  • Maintain inventory of medical supplies.
  • Maintain clean rooms/equipment, including set-up, clean-up and assisting if needed for minor surgeries.
  • Properly handle lab specimens and send out for analysis.
  • Authorize prescription refills in accordance with practice standards as defined by physician, and complete written prescriptions for medicines and glasses under direction of physician.
  • Field patient questions over the telephone.
  • Insert/remove both hard and soft contact lenses, order/dispense lenses, train new wearers, fit and polish contact lenses at the discretion of the physician.
  • Instill ophthalmic medications and apply eye dressing/patches as directed by physician.
  • Instruct patients on installation of eye medications, post-operative care and other home care.
  • Schedule patient appointments, ancillary testing (i.e. FA/photos) and surgeries, including completion of necessary forms, information, and prior authorization.
  • Interact and cooperate with Sight Shop employees; refer patients to Sight Shops.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Certified Ophthalmic Assistant or Certified Ophthalmic Technician- within six months of employment or equivalent experience.
  • Successful track record of performance with performing ophthalmic tests.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – you display a high degree of diplomacy and tact even in challenging situations.
  • Possesses understanding of ophthalmology and clinic operations.
  • High-level of personal ownership and team work.
  • Problem solving skills – you act quickly and follow through when problems occur.
  • Experience working with computer operating systems, software programs, and equipment commonly found in an ophthalmology clinics.
  • Interact with and care for patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values.
  • Understand the essential clinic activities, focusing on the delivery of efficient and quality services.
  • Ensure practices and procedures within clinic comply with applicable state and federal regulations.

The American with Disabilities Act requires that responsible accommodations be made for qualified individuals to help perform the required duties and tasks of the position. Please let us know at the time you apply for the position if you will need any special accommodations.

Equal Opportunity: OES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. OES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights laws.

Pre-Employment Screening: This position is subject to a pre-employment criminal background check, as well as a drug screening test.

Ophthalmic Technician – Lake Oswego

The job in a nutshell: The Ophthalmic Technician will provide excellent patient care by performing a variety of ophthalmic tests and will act as a patient liaison.

This role is designed for a person who loves people (patients, staff, and vendor partners) as well as the nuts-and-bolts side of planning and process. As an Ophthalmic Technician, you’ll offer support to patients and maintain effective relationships with management, physicians, and industry representatives.

Reports to: Office Manager

At Oregon Eye Specialists, core values, abilities, and a demonstrable track record of success are more important to us than direct experience. That being said, an ideal candidate would meet the minimum requirements and have the following skills. Specific Duties will vary by individual physician, but will typically include the following:

  • Interact with and care for patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values.
  • Call patients from waiting room and escort them to examination rooms.  Assist with transfer of wheelchair-bound patients to exam chair.
  • Obtain and document patient history and current complaints.
  • Optimize patient flow and direct physician to the next patient to be seen.
  • Perform visual acuity tests and other screening tests (color vision, Titmus, Amsler grid, pupillary exam, Schirmer’s II, HRT).
  • Perform refraction and determine near and intermediate correction needs.
  • Perform ocular motility/alignment and gross confrontation field testing.
  • Check intraocular pressure.
  • Instill dilating drops at the discretion of physician being assisted.
  • Perform automated Humphrey perimetry and Goldman perimetry.
  • Perform lensometry, pachymetry, and operate automated diagnostic equipment.
  • Sterilize equipment/instruments in accordance with the established sterilization schedule and procedure.
  • Maintain an adequate supply of sterile equipment in each exam/treatment room.
  • Maintain inventory of medical supplies.
  • Maintain clean rooms/equipment, including set-up, clean-up and assisting if needed for minor surgeries.
  • Properly handle lab specimens and send out for analysis.
  • Authorize prescription refills in accordance with practice standards as defined by physician, and complete written prescriptions for medicines and glasses under direction of physician.
  • Field patient questions over the telephone.
  • Insert/remove both hard and soft contact lenses, order/dispense lenses, train new wearers, fit and polish contact lenses at the discretion of the physician.
  • Instill ophthalmic medications and apply eye dressing/patches as directed by physician.
  • Instruct patients on installation of eye medications, post-operative care and other home care.
  • Schedule patient appointments, ancillary testing (i.e. FA/photos) and surgeries, including completion of necessary forms, information, and prior authorization.
  • Interact and cooperate with Sight Shop employees; refer patients to Sight Shops.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Certified Ophthalmic Assistant or Certified Ophthalmic Technician- within six months of employment or equivalent experience.
  • Successful track record of performance with performing ophthalmic tests.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – you display a high degree of diplomacy and tact even in challenging situations.
  • Possesses understanding of ophthalmology and clinic operations.
  • High-level of personal ownership and team work.
  • Problem solving skills – you act quickly and follow through when problems occur.
  • Experience working with computer operating systems, software programs, and equipment commonly found in an ophthalmology clinics.
  • Interact with and care for patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values.
  • Understand the essential clinic activities, focusing on the delivery of efficient and quality services.
  • Ensure practices and procedures within clinic comply with applicable state and federal regulations.

The American with Disabilities Act requires that responsible accommodations be made for qualified individuals to help perform the required duties and tasks of the position. Please let us know at the time you apply for the position if you will need any special accommodations.

Equal Opportunity: OES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. OES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights laws.

Pre-Employment Screening: This position is subject to a pre-employment criminal background check, as well as a drug screening test.

 

Ready to get started? To apply, please email us your detailed cover letter and resume.

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