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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.

Optometrist

Oregon Eye Specialists is seeking an experienced optometrist (3+ years).  The position is full-time with a production based compensation model.  The role includes performing primary eye care including complete eye examinations and diagnosing and triaging eye diseases such as red eyes, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma; prescribing eyeglasses, contact lenses and medications; education of patients on their product and treatment needs and providing pre and post-operative care to patients undergoing eye surgery. 

Minimum Requirements

  • Graduate of Accredited School of Optometry
  • State licensed to practice optometry
  • Excellent verbal and written communicationskills – you display a high degree of diplomacy and tact even in challenging situations
  • Experience working with computer operating systems, software programs, and equipment commonly found in optometry setting

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.

Medical Billing Receptionist – Macadam Office

Oregon Eye Specialists is looking for an Medical Billing Receptionist who’s ready to dive in and make an immediate impact in our organization.

The Medical Billing Receptionist works with a diverse team of clinical staff, managers, billers and vendors to ensure that patients’ needs are met and expectations are exceeded. A person in this role thrives on delivering excellent patient care that is consistent with OES mission, core values, and expectations. This position requires an organized, energetic and personable approach. Outstanding communication skills are a must. The Medical Billing Receptionist will assist with electronic insurance/patient payment processing and the balancing of deposits. We support professional development for our Medical Billing Receptionist and this position reports to the Business Office Manager.  

The ideal candidate will have medical insurance billing knowledge, high-volume multi phone line management experience, as well as customer service expertise and a successful track record of delivering exceptional patient care. You have a brain built for planning and problem-solving, powerful communication skills, and a knack for making the people and environment around you better. Striving to deliver excellence in your performance, patient experience, and continued improvement across Oregon Eye Specialists is your primary objective.

Specific Duties

  • Interact with patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values.
  • Greet and engage guests and vendors as they arrive, escort guests here for meetings into the conference room and offer them hospitality (including water, tea, or coffee).
  • Answer telephones and respond to faxes.
  • Sort and deliver the USPS mail; receive and deliver UPS/FedEx packages
  • Maintain integrity of patient database by recording your work precisely and saving it promptly
  • Prepare courier bags for pick-up, and distribute contents of bags that are delivered
  • Print daily reports for credit card usage and post patient payments in patient database system
  • Download batches from the US Bank/SinglePoint website and post patient check payments received by the bank into the patient database system. Also manage other electronic mail received through the bank.
  • Daily reconciliation, including scanning/depositing checks clinics missed
  • Post and process insurance payments, both check and credit card
  • Patient refunds
  • Assist Controller as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Requirements

  • High school diploma
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – you display a high degree of diplomacy and tact even in challenging situations
  • Excellent typing skills- more than 50 WPM
  • Knowledge of ophthalmic terminology, ocular conditions, ophthalmic procedures, and  billing/coding practices a plus, but we will also train the right candidate
  • Ability to be calm and self-directed while performing detailed and multiple tasks
  • Problem solving skills – you act quickly and follow through when problems occur
  • Experience working with computer operating systems and software programs
  • Interact with patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values

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 Scribe – Lake Oswego Clinic

OES is hiring an Ophthalmic Scribe at our Lake Oswego clinic to provide support to our physicians, complete real-time medical charting, and ensure an exceptional patient experience. The ideal candidate can self-direct and perform multiple detailed tasks, has an upbeat and courteous attitude, exercises excellent communication skills, and can type accurately and quickly (minimum of 50 WPM). A person in this role will serve as the physician’s immediate assistant by documenting clinical encounters, ensure accurate billing and coding, help to create optimal clinic flow, and may assist with diagnostic testing and initial patient workups/triage.

Apply today with your resume!

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.
  • Scribing: accurately and efficiently documenting exam findings, impression and plan, and provider discussion.
  • Call patients from the waiting room and escort them to testing equipment and/or examination rooms.
  • Obtain and document patient history and current complaints.
  • Sterilize equipment/instruments in accordance with the established sterilization schedule and procedure.

Minimum Requirements:

  • High school diploma
  • Ophthalmic Scribe Certification – within three months of employment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – you display a high degree of diplomacy and tact even in challenging situations
  • Excellent typing skills- more than 50 WPM
  • Knowledge of ophthalmic terminology, ocular conditions, ophthalmic procedures, and billing/coding practices a plus- will train
  • Ability to be calm and self-directed while performing detailed and multiple tasks as may be required by the demands of a busy physician.
  • 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 clinic.
  • Interact with and care for patients in a manner consistent with OES mission and values

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.

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