We know how vital each of our employees is to our business. Although we’re constantly growing, we still take efforts to make sure that everyone feels valued in their role. Through social events, charity drives, competitions, and more, you can be sure to feel connected with your co-workers here. Oh, and if that’s not enough, we have a cake for every birthday.
Volunteer Eyecare hires people with all levels of education and work experience. We value the unique abilities of all of our employees and allow them to use their skills as they learn more about our ever-growing field.
Dr. Elliott opened Volunteer Eyecare in Clinton, TN nearly 18 years ago. Now, with six offices throughout East Tennessee, we keep our local connection by supporting area charities and working with our long-term patients. As a staple in our communities, working with Volunteer Eyecare allows you to connect with those around you while serving them in a unique way.
We believe that when our team wins, everybody wins. As Volunteer Eyecare continues to grow, you’ll have the opportunity to grow with us. Want to join? Email us an application to learn out how you can be a part of our team.
The optical professional is responsible for helping patients understand their options and finding eyewear that looks great and is functional. The job requires good people skills and the ability to take and record critical measurements and data. The optical team member is also responsible for learning about new products, managing inventory, and ensuring quality. Experience in retail sales is very helpful and the ability to listen well and to explain complex information to people is critical.
The receptionist has the crucial job of making everyone feel welcome in person and on the phone. They utilize our practice management system to schedule patients, gather data at patient check in, and record fees and payments upon check out. Some administrative duties include processing recalls, sending statements, and reconciling insurance and patient payments. Experience with a medical database is very helpful and a pleasant demeanor while balancing multiple tasks is a requirement.
The optometric assistant is responsible for keeping patient visits on track and recording information vital to the doctor’s care. The job requires the ability to move quickly, think on the run, and be aware of situations. Experience recording data into EHR is very helpful and the ability to learn, attention to detail, and a heart of care is required.
An ophthalmic lab technician is responsible for maintaining high quality standards and producing eyewear in a timely and cost-effective manner. The lab technician works with delicate machinery and precise measurements to fabricate prescription eyewear. Experience with ophthalmic lens fabrication is very helpful and an attention to detail and deadlines is critical.
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