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Oregon Health & Science University Ophthalmic Technician in Portland, Oregon

This position provides ophthalmic technical assistance to faculty, fellows and residents of the Comprehensive Adult Eye Division at Casey Eye Institute as they see patients, and provides ancillary screening and testing as necessary.

Obtain and record patient's chief complaint, history of illness, past ocular history, family history, drug allergies, systemic illness and medications; measure and record distance and near vision, in adults and children, with and without correction; measure corneal curvature; perform color vision testing; perform lensometry, including base curve, power of sphere, power and axis of cylinder power and orientation of prism, multifocal adds; measure interpupillar distance for far and near.

Completion of an accredited training program such as Ophthalmic Technician Program, Ophthalmic Medical Personnel Training Program, Eye Care Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Clinical Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Medical Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Medical Technology; OR AA in Ophthalmic Technology from an accredited school; OR Current certification as a certified ophthalmic technician (COA) or higher; OR BA/BS or in Health Care, Science or Research related field AND 1 year of clinical/lab experience conducting preliminary screening/vision testing to include specialized tests and visual fields; OR 2 years of clinical/lab experience conducting preliminary screening/vision testing to include specialized tests and visual fields

BLS certification through American Heart Association (AHA), provider level. Initial certification is the responsibility of the employee. Renewal certification classes/cost provided by OHSU if job required.

COA or COT certification preferred.

Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or aaeo@ohsu.edu.

Recruitment ID: 2020-5976

External Company URL: dturner

Street: Marquam Hill

Post End Date: 9/21/2020

Job Type: AFSCME union represented

Posting Department: Casey Eye Institute, Department of Ophthalmology

Posting Pay: $22.55-$30.50/hour

Posting FTE: 1.00

Posting Schedule: Monday through Friday

Posting Hours: Hours to be determined by manager

HR Mission: School of Medicine

Drug Testable: Yes

Required Qualifications:

Completion of an accredited training program such as Ophthalmic Technician Program, Ophthalmic Medical Personnel Training Program, Eye Care Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Clinical Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Medical Assistant Program, Ophthalmic Medical Technology; OR AA in Ophthalmic Technology from an accredited school; OR Current certification as a certified ophthalmic technician (COA) or higher; OR BA/BS or in Health Care, Science or Research related field AND 1 year of clinical/lab experience conducting preliminary screening/vision testing to include specialized tests and visual fields; OR 2 years of clinical/lab experience conducting preliminary screening/vision testing to include specialized tests and visual fields

BLS certification through American Heart Association (AHA), provider level. Initial certification is the responsibility of the employee. Renewal certification classes/cost provided by OHSU if job required.

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