Palm Beach Eye Center hires only the best people to work with our visionary team of eye care professionals. We expects nothing less than excellence in all we do, and we provide our patients with office interiors second to none, the best quality equipment, sterility in all aspects of what we do, and with a level of professional eye care that is unsurpassed.
We encourage all of our team members to achieve their maximum potential and to learn continually.
Palm Beach Eye Center works directly with the Eye Technician Training Institute, Inc. to train qualified Medical Assistants and some general applicants to become Ophthalmic Technicians. Ophthalmic Technicians typically have excellent opportunity for job growth in all directions, including management level positions as well as financially, and find this career to be very rewarding in every way. The Ophthalmic Technician can take their skills almost anywhere in the world and start work immediately as there is an enormous demand everywhere. If you are interested in advancing your career, you may contact the Eye Technician Training Institute for an interview.
The training program to become an ophthalmic technician is approximately 4 months (in comparison to others that are 2 years long) and allows for almost 100%, on the job training. The Eye Technician Training Institute also has provides job placement which students have found to be highly beneficial.
As we continue to grow, we consider qualified candidates for the following positions as they become available:
- Opticians and Optical Sales Persons
- Ophthalmic Receptionists and Billers
- Ophthalmic Technicians
- General and Surgical Ophthalmologists
Qualified candidates interested in employment should send your resume to: email@example.com
To be a student at the Eye Technician Training Institute: firstname.lastname@example.org
What We Offer
Palm Beach Eye Center offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package to all of our employees.
A variety of exciting career opportunities await you as our business continues to grow in South Florida.