An Optician is the sales force of the office. In this job, you will help clients find products that best suit their needs and their style. Generally, you will excel in this position if you are savvy in life-styling, handle price objections with ease, and possess the ability to present products that both meet a need and create a want.
An Optometric Technician is the Optometrist's assistant. In this role, you will help with exams, use simple diagnostics, and educate customers on the products they have been prescribed. Often times, you will also maintain and create schedules, assist in frame selection, and clean sophisticated ocular equipment. As an Optometric Technician, you will work closely with the Optometrist, making this a great career opportunity to continue to learn.
The Optical Lab Technician is one of the more precise roles in the office. As a Lab Technician, you will create and submit orders to lens labs, track orders, and deliver the eyeware to the client in the time frame promised. You will oversee order accuracy and on-time delivery. If you are precise and detail-oriented this could be the perfect job opening for you.
Front Desk Receptionist
Customer service is the name of the game for a receptionist. You are the first impression for a patient as they walk through the door, so a friendly personality is a must. As a Front Desk Receptionist, you will organize the office and ensure patients are presented in a timely manner, plus serve as a liaison between the patient and other departments. If you are friendly, organized and service-minded, this a perfect job opportunity for you.
As an Insurance Specialist, you will ensure that the patient's insurance information is obtained for correct billing, manage electronic billing, and process payments from both the patient and insurance. You will work closely with both the front office staff and client, educating them regarding which products and services are covered by the individual's insurance.