Welcome to the Careers page with Ophthalmology Associates. With over 55 years of experience, our team has grown and molded itself into what it is today—yet as we turn the page on 2018 and enter 2019, we are embarking on a new chapter of empowerment and culture change within our organization. One that challenges our normal way of thinking and allows each and every employee to bring fresh new ideas to the table. Join us as we jump into a new chapter of change, innovation and empowerment. All of this to improve the overall experience of the patient, employee interaction and vendor relationships.
Do these statements describe you:
- Are you a Master Multi-Tasker?
- Are you a true Team Player?
- Do you have a true desire to make a difference in our patients and clinic family?
And most importantly…
- Do you have a positive attitude that yearns for new ideas and change—and a willingness brainstorm and share those ideas freely?
If so… we want to talk to you! We value our employee’s new ideas and embrace them—yet each day at our practice is never the same.
Please forward your resume and cover letter to email@example.com or feel free to drop by and fill out an application.
Click here to view our 2019 benefits snapshot.
One of my favorite things about working at OA is the variety of services we perform and the variety of conditions we see and treat. Everything from routine eye exams to cataract and glaucoma evaluations, retinal injections, Lasik, minor procedures and traveling to our outreach clinics all make each day different and exciting. There are always new things to learn and no matter how many years you have been in this field, you will still come across things you’ve never seen before!
I feel respected and valued for what I bring to the practice. It is nice to have the flexibility to attend to family matters if necessary. The Ophthalmology Associates staff are my second family. All the doctors know you by name and are very personable. This job is challenging and every patient is different. You learn something new every day.
As an ophthalmic technician, I feel a sense of pride knowing that our team of dedicated medical staff directly improves each patient’s quality of life by maximizing his or her level of vision.