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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

From Ochsner Health System in Shreveport, LA
We’re about creating exceptional experiences for both our patients and our employees. Partnering with the LSU School of Medicine, our goal is to provide high…
 

Ophthalmic Technician-certified

From Ochsner Health System in Shreveport, LA
Preferred – Experience in an ophthalmic care setting. Required – Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT) through JCAHPO. Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs).
 

Ophthalmic Technician 3

From Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Franklin, TN
OPHTHALMIC TESTING (ADVANCED):- Demonstrates the uppermost levels of expertise in applying ophthalmic testing in challenging and complex situations.
 

Medical Assistant/certified Medical Assistant/ophthalmic Assistant I – Ophthalmology

From Epic Management in Colton, CA
OA II must have completion of Ophthalmic Assistant Certification, and 2 years working as an Ophthalmic Assistant. Tests frequently performed by assistant:
 

Crna For Ophthalmic Asc Position In Metro Maryland

From Eyecare Service Partners in Towson, MD 21204
Full Time Employed Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) for Ophthalmic cases at an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC).
 

Ophthalmic Technologist Ii Rn

From Billings Clinic in Billings, MT 59101
Prior ophthalmic or surgical experience, preferred. Current Montana license as a Registered Nurse. The Ophthalmic Technologist is responsible for providing…
 

Ophthalmic Assistant (coa, Cpot, Cpoa) – Ophthalmology – 100% Fte – University Station Clinic

From Uw Health in Madison, WI
If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. Preferred – Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA). We are currently seeking an Ophthalmic Assistant to:
 

Ophthalmic Assistant (coa, Cot, Cpot) – Ophthalmology – 70% Fte – Sauk Prairie Clnic

From Uw Health in Prairie du Sac, WI
If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. Preferred – Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA). We are currently seeking an Ophthalmic Assistant to:
 

Certified Ophthalmic Technician

From Yale New Haven Health System in New Haven, CT 06510
One year as a Ophthalmic Assistant. One year of experience as a certified Ophthalmic Assistant required. Works under the direction of the Assistant Director in…
 

Ophthalmic Tech Certified-eye Clinic

From Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora, CO
Maintain and clean ophthalmic instruments. EXPERIENCE – 2 year of work experience as an Ophthalmic Tech. The Ophthalmic Tech will work under the Children’s…
 

Ophthalmic Assistant/surgery Scheduler (coa, Cpot, Cpoa) – Ophthalmology – 100% Fte – University Station Clinic

From Uw Health in Madison, WI
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA). If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. We are seeking an Ophthalmic Assistant/Surgery Scheduler to:
 

Ophthalmic Assistant/surgery Scheduler (coa, Cpot, Cpoa) – Ophthalmology – 90% Fte – University Station Clinic

From Uw Health in Madison, WI
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA, CPOT, CPOA). If LPN, Wisconsin Practical Nurse licensure. We are seeking an Ophthalmic Assistant/Surgery Scheduler to:
 

Ophthalmic Technician

From Patel Retina Institute in Clarks Summit, PA 18411
What you’ll be doing as an Ophthalmic Technician: As an Ophthalmic Technician, you’re the “nurse” of the Eye Care practice. Why this job is more than a job.
 

Ophthalmic Technician I – Clinic-peds-south Bay (1.0 Fte, Days)

From Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, CA 94304
Knowledge and use of ophthalmic eye instruments and equipment. Under the general supervision of the clinical nurse manager, physician, and supervisor, the…
 

Ophthalmic Technician 2, Vanderbilt Eye Institute (main Campus)

From Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN
OPHTHALMIC TESTING (INTERMEDIATE):- Demonstrates the uppermost levels of expertise in applying ophthalmic testing in challenging and complex situations.
 

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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.