Optometry Career Event
Kaiser Permanente will be holding a Career Event for experienced Optometrists, Optometric Assistants, and Ophthalmology Technicians for our Severna Park and Woodlawn Medical Center's in Maryland. This will be an outstanding opportunity to meet with our recruitment representatives and hiring managers.
- Severna Park Medical Center (Short Hour, Saturday and Sunday) - Job #349406
- Woodlawn Medical Center (Full-time) - Job #349326
In this role, you will examine patients having a full range of visual problems, diagnose visual diseases, disorders, and deficiencies, and prescribe treatment as licensed and credited. Qualified candidates will have graduated from an accredited school of optometry with one year of experience or successful completion of accredited optometry residency program. Also requires a license in good standing in the State of Maryland, District of Columbia, or Virginia and a National Provider Identification card.
- Severna Park Medical Center (Part-time, 20 hrs/wk) - Job #355078
- Severna Park Medical Center - Job #355068
- Woodlawn Medical Center (Part-time, 24 hrs/wk) - Job #337604
In this role, you will perform initial work-up and specialized tests for optometry patients as well as assist optometrists with clinical tasks as directed by the optometrist. Qualified candidates will have one year of experience doing patient work-up's to include visual acuities, manual and automated lensometry, auto-refraction, noncontact tonometry, and knowledge of contact lenses including the teaching of insertion and removal classes or completion of interdepartmental training program emphasizing above skills developed by the Optometry department. Qualified candidates will also have one of the following certifications: Contact Lens Dispenser (US-CLD), National Contact Lens Examiners Certification, Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (US-COA, CPOA, CPOT), National Para-Optometric (US-CPO), or completion of any Optometricc Assistant Program of studies, completion of the Self-Study Para-Optometric Assistant Course, Ophthalmic Medical Assisting - Independent Study Course, or any comparable certification or Optometric or Ophthalmic course completion required within six months from date of hire.
- Woodlawn Medical Center (2 Full-time positions available) - Job #357604
In this role, you will perform the initial work-up and specialized examinations of the eye as directed by Ophthalmologist. You will also assist the Ophthalmologist with clinical examination and surgical procedures as directed. Qualified candidates will have three years of experience as a Ophthalmology Assistant II and will be certified as an Ophthalmology Technician by the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology. A high school diploma or GED is required as well as a formal course in Ophthalmology.
Please visit jobs.kp.org for complete qualifications and job submission details, referencing the above job numbers.
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