Job Summary: Under direct supervision, tests and measures eye function to assist the Ophthalmologist to diagnose and treat eye disorders and disease in a clinic setting.
Under direct supervision, tests and measures eye function to assist the Ophthalmologist to diagnose and treat eye disorders and disease in a clinic setting.
Requires a High school diploma or GED certificate. Must have a minimum of six (6) months of progressively responsible outpatient or medical office experience that demonstrates an understanding of the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Requires Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) or Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT) certification; OR must be a graduate of an Ophthalmic Assistant/Technician program and be able to obtain the required certification within six (6) months of hire. Requires the ability to read, write and speak effectively in English. Must have ability to work with culturally diverse people. Requires excellent communication, time management and leadership skills.
Living our values
At Maricopa Integrated Health System, our values inspire us to dream big and reach high. And we’re delivering some of the most sophisticated care in the country, while making a genuine difference in the lives of our patients and each other. That's the power of an environment driven by values like respect, leadership, compassion and education.
- Maricopa Medical Center, a critical care hospital - the largest teaching hospital in AZ
- The Arizona Burn Center, a nationally renowned regional burn center- 2nd largest in the nation
- A level 1 Trauma Center and emergency department
- The Arizona Children’s Center at MIHS, a 24/7 Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Unit
- The Comprehensive Healthcare Center
- The Desert Vista Behavioral Health Center
- 12 Family Health Centers located throughout Maricopa County
- Competitive wages
- Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Arizona State Retirement System Plan with a lifelong pension upon retirement
- Generous PTO + 10 holidays per year