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UCLA Health Systems

Ophthalmic Tech II



Full Time

On Site


Los Angeles, California, United States


Provide patient care and
technical support for the Stein Eye Institute Santa Monica Obtain ocular and medical history, visual
acuity, auto and manual refractometry, lensometry, applanation tonometry,
pachymetry, pupillary defect evaluation, Humphrey visual field testing, optic
nerve imaging, administer ocular medications per the doctors' orders, and
assist with minor procedures. Clean and disinfect exam lane equipment and minor
surgical instruments, triage patient phone calls and messages, and assist with
refilling ocular medications and preparing prior authorizations. Practice
CICARE and facilitate patient flow. Perform other duties as assigned by
clinical manager or physician.

**This is a limited appointment. Limited appointments may convert to career.**


Certified Ophthalmic Assistant
(COA) or minimum 2 years' experience working as an ophthalmic technician.
Knowledge of ophthalmic medical
terminology, anatomy and physiology of the visual systems helpful
Skill in acquiring accurate medical
history, measuring and recording visual acuity, and tonometry.
Ability to work with Microsoft Word
& Excel software.
Ability to type with speed and
Ability to write concisely and
clearly, edit, and proofread to ensure grammatically correct and factual
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to work on a self- directed
basis with limited supervision.
Ability to prioritize activities
with varying time sensitivities.
Ability to analyze
clinical and administrative information and determine appropriate
course(s) of action to resolve conflicts and discrepancies.
Pleasant, caring and compassionate
Ability to interact effectively
with patients, staff and physicians.
Knowledge of the operations and
maintenance of patient-related testing equipment.
Responsible and detailed-oriented.
Ability to learn state of the art
diagnostic equipment.
Ability to organize and prioritize
duties to maximize clinic efficiency.
Ability to work under pressure and
manage a busy workload.
Ability to work as a team member in
an ophthalmic setting.
Knowledge of various ophthalmic
clinical protocols.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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