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Ophthalmic Technicians – Washington, DC has your career growth.

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Located in historical Washington, DC, our private Ophthalmology practice is growing, and adding career minded ophthalmic technicians to join our team for their best opportunity.

As a leader in eye care, we believe in you and empower growth in teaching, training, and support. Ophthalmic technicians with certifications (COA, COT, and COMT) preferred, and we offer training to those ready to be certified.

Our requirements include:

  • Ability to perform Visual Fields, OCT, refractions and tonometry
  • Assist physicians with patient care, and scribing
  • Familiar with Premium IOL’s , our subspecialties include, lasik, glaucoma and cataract
  • EMR/ electronic medical records experience
  • Fantastic drive for excellence in yourself and patient management

With a fantastic benefit package, PTO, medical insurance, and certifications, lets get you started today. Occasional travel between locations, and relocation assistance is available

Learn more about your future by sending your resume today.

We realize you are one in a million!

2015 goals can be accomplished through career moves - we understand that and offer you the opportunity to learn more through confidential conversations.

to apply for our career – send your resume to charisse@imatters.net. fax 866.461.4097, chat: 866.412.4115 and see this and other careers at www.imatters.net

Welcome to imatters, recruitment specialists in the fields of Ophthalmology/Optometry and Eye care Technology.

imatters assists employers in staffing key talent, while helping individuals with career transition and growth opportunities.

imatters staff has extensive experience in the eye care industry, with a proven track record of recruiting and placing highly talented professionals with cutting-edge practices and corporations. Learn more about us at www.imatters.net,

join imatters on our facebook page: imatters.eyes and linkedin: imatters –

leading the way with successful staffing in the eye care industry.

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