Examine the eyes of patients to detect vision defects, diseases, and injuries. Their responsibilities include keeping medical records, evaluating eye defects, documenting treatment plans, and performing eye inspections. Candidates must be licensed in the state in which they intend to practice.
Perform vision tests while providing the best clinical and technical advice.
Assure that all equipment is in excellent working order and is fit for its intended purpose.
Diagnose, guide and advise on vision defects, injury signs, ocular diseases, or abnormalities.
Educate patients about vision-related issues and reassure them, referring them to a medical professional if necessary.
Performing eye examinations in compliance with company policies
Contact lens fitting, aftercare and providing patients with insertion/removal training as needed.
Doctor of Optometry degree
A state-issued license for optometry is required.
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills.
In-depth understanding of eye disorders and conditions.
Customer service oriented with strong analytical abilities.