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Are you passionate about helping others? At Center For Sight, our technicians make a world of a difference in our patients’ lives. Together, our team members aim to provide the highest quality eye experience possible to every patient who walks through our doors. 

If you’ve thought about starting your career in the eye care industry, but don’t know where to start, we have an exciting opportunity for you! As an ophthalmic technician at any of our practices, you’ll receive intensive training, both in the classroom and in a hands-on setting. We go above and beyond to prepare you for a fulfilling career in ophthalmology. 

For more information on our current technician career opportunities, please get in touch with us today.

Are You Right for the Job?

At Center For Sight, we’re always looking for dedicated and compassionate individuals to join our team. A technician career could be the right fit if you’re someone who:

  • Has a passion for helping & supporting others 
  • Has excellent communication & critical thinking skills
  • Enjoys working in a professional, team-oriented environment
  • Has an empathetic & caring personality
  • Is seeking to grow a meaningful career in the eye care industry

Competencies

  • Self-starter with a demonstrated ability to learn and apply complex concepts to their daily work.
  • Ability to develop strong connections with our patients, communicating with warmth and empathy.
  • Team oriented individual who finds fulfillment in helping and supporting others.
  • Motivated and resilient individual who is on a path to grow a meaningful medical career within a successful surgical practice

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work:

  • This is a full-time position located in Sarasota, Venice, Fort Myers, and Naples, FL
  • Travel to other locations as necessary

Education and Experience

  • Experience within a professional environment with a strong customer service focus
  • Bachelor’s degree (preferred)
  • Previous experience within the medical field (preferred)
  • High school or equivalent education

Benefits

  • 401(K) Company Match
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • Vision Benefits
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Pet Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Continuing Education
  • Paid Time Off

Get in Touch With Us

When you join our team, you’re choosing a career where you’ll work side by side with renowned ophthalmic surgeons and optometrists to not only improve people’s vision but to truly change their lives. 

If you have any questions about our current career opportunities, please contact us.

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