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Hospitals are looking to hire skilled nursing professionals nation wide. Many current nurses are entering retirement and creating ophthalmic nursing job openings for the next generation. Take advantage of current opportunities and find the ophthalmic nursing job that you are looking for.

Recent Ophthalmic Nursing Jobs

Latest nursing job postings:

Ophthalmic Assistant (coa, Cpot) – 90% Fte

From Uw Health in Madison, WI
Knowledge of Ophthalmic procedures. If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. Preferred – Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA)….
 

Ophthalmic Assistant I – Ophthalmology

From Epic Management in United States
Administers Ophthalmic eye medications under. Ophthalmic Assistant or a Certified Medical. School Diploma and completion of Ophthalmic Assistant….
 

Ophthalmic Photographer I

From Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA
Experience as an ophthalmic photographer OR technician demonstrating proficiency in areas of ophthalmic photography, digital imaging systems, computer-generated…
 

Ophthalmic Technician Ii

From Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA
At least two years experience in supervised setting as an ophthalmic technician I, or current JCAHPO certification as a Certified Ophthalmic Technician….
 

Ophthalmic Scribe\medical Scribe

From Chicagoland Eye Consultants in Chicago, IL 60631
Assist the physician and nurse with capturing all necessary information and input it into the correct areas of patients charts in the EMR….
 

Ophthalmic Assistant- Retina Travel Team

From American Vision Partners in Phoenix, AZ
Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center is looking for Retina Ophthalmic Assistants, Certified Ophthalmic Assistants, or Certified Ophthalmic Technicians to join our…
 

Ophthalmic Registered Nurse

From American Surgisite Centers in New Rochelle, NY
Busy Ophthalmic ASC located in New Rochelle NY seeking Per diem nurses. Ophthalmic susrgical experience a plus. Salary Commensurate with experience….
 

Ophthalmic Assistant (coa, Cpot)

From Uw Health in Middleton, WI
Knowledge of Ophthalmic procedures. If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. Preferred – Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA)….
 

Certified Ophthalmic Tech

From University Of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, VA
Performs ophthalmic tests. Performs a variety of diagnostic ophthalmic tests to assist Ophthalmology Department physicians, nurses, and other technical support…
 

Ophthalmic Technician

From Guthrie Healthcare System in Sayre, PA
CERTIFIED OPHTHALMIC ASSISTANT. Certification as Ophthalmic Assistant, Technician or Surgical Ophthalmic Assistant;…
 

Ophthalmic Technician I

From Tufts Medical Center: Cambridge in Cambridge, MA
Certification as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant in good standing or at least one year in an ophthalmic practice preferred….
 

Ophthalmic Assistant

From Kaiser Permanente in Honolulu, HI
Performs routine ophthalmic testing procedures under guidance of supervising physician. Performs other objective ophthalmic testing and automated image capture…
 

Ophthalmic Technician 3 ~ Vanderbilt Eye Institute (coa Or Cot Highly Desired)

From Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN 37232
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) or Certified Ophthalmic Tech (COT) highly desired for the position….
 

Ophthalmic Nurse Manager

From Delectus, Rpo in Dunwoody, GA
Registered Nurse (RN) (Required). The Clinical Coordinator/ Nurse Manager, establishes effective patient care delivery systems, ensures continuous quality…
 

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant

From Epic Management, Lp in Redlands, CA
Report to Site Administrator or Nurse Manager / Nurse Supervisor if not in proper working condition. The Ophthalmic Assistant II is distinguished by job duties,…
 

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Optometry Nursing Careers

Nurses that specialize in Optometry can be very hard to come by. Jobs specifically designed for ophthalmic nurses can pay very well but can also suffer from job scarcity. When an employer creates a specialized position they are aware of the difficulties they might have filling the role. In many cases a trained ophthalmic technician can fill the role that is intended for an ophthalmic nurse. This comes in handy for employers who cannot find the right nurse to fit the available position. There are also scenarios where ophthalmic nurses work hand in hand alongside an ophthalmic technician. Specific employment opportunities will depend on the setting and the number of patients routinely serviced.

Careers in ophthalmic nursing can be very challenging because you are providing care to patients with various eye diseases and conditions. The human eye is a delicate specimen and people’s vision is very important to their quality of life. Treating patients with conditions adversely affecting the eye and those suffering from blindness is a noble feat. Ophthalmic nurses typically provide routine patient care and assist physicians with surgical eye procedures.