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Why You’ll Love This Job

Do you enjoy interacting and connecting with patients? Are you passionate about providing best-in-class patient care? Then, join the Professional Eye Care Center team today in this Optometric Technician job in our Niles, IL location. 
 
As the Optometric Technician, you would be expected to maintain a professional and friendly attitude as you guide patients through optical testing to determine their visual abilities, followed by helping them make important decisions about the various types of eyewear available. 
 
When you join Professional Eye Care Center, you become part of a close-knit team that shares your passion for providing care with a personal touch. Here, you will work alongside leaders who value your personal life and will support and encourage you daily. Bring your passion for providing exceptional patient care, and you will build a career you love in this Optometric Technician job in our Niles, IL location.   

Benefits:
-Paid lunch (adds a day pay to each biweekly check)
-4 day work week (no weekends)
-Full medical benefits (office covers 100% of employee premium)
-Simplified Employee Pension

 
Join the Professional Eye Care Center team and apply for our Optometric Technician job today! 

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Greet all office guests in a professional and friendly manner.  
  • Gather preliminary data through patient pretest, such as documenting chief complaints, gathering patient’s medical history, measuring visual acuity, eye movement, interocular pressure (IOP), retinal photos, visual fields, and optical coherence tomography (OCT).  
  • Educate the patient throughout the prescreening process about what each machine is testing for and provide instructions to provide accurate test results.  
  • Accurately and efficiently document the results of pretesting into the current EHR program.  
  • Educate and instruct the patient on insertion, removal, and proper care of contact lenses.  
  • Assist the Optometrist as needed during examinations. 
  • Assist the patient in making decisions about frames and lenses. 
  • Assist other members of the team when needed and available.  

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or GED. 
  • 1-3 years prior optometric technician experience preferred but not required. Training provided.
  • Adaptable and flexible with the ability to multitask.  
  • Self-motivated and detail oriented.  
  • Interest in healthcare.  
  • Strong communication skills.  
  • Must present a professional appearance.  

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Type: Full Time (Hourly)
Job ID: 129005