At Colorado Retina Associates we invest in you and your commitment to doing work that matters. Regardless of your role, working in ophthalmology allows you to nurture your desire to help others and take on new challenges. The field of retina is rapidly evolving, allowing our team to constantly learn and develop. New equipment, new procedures, and new technology will keep you on forefront of patient care. From the positive culture, great benefits, to better work-life balance and opportunity to make an impact, we hope you find your passion at our practice.
- Competitive salary and benefits
- Safe harbor/profit sharing plan
- Full medical, dental, and vision insurance plans
- Pet insurance
- Legal, life, accident, disability, and hospitalization insurance plans
- Opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment and retina treatment methods
- Train with the top-ranked retina specialists in the US
- Advanced career opportunities within the healthcare sector
- Continuing education and advancement programs
Other Perks we Love
- Therapy dogs
- Raffles to win experiences, vacations, giftcards, spa days, and more!
- Work life balance and flexible schedules
- Mental health days, coverage, and resources
- Professional development fund
- Fitness and wellness classes
- Workplace events, volunteer opportunites, and outings
- Communter and mileage reimbursement
Commitment to Training
The success of our patient care stems from fostering an environment where our clinical team can flourish. We provide each member of our care team advanced, hands-on and classroom training to seamlessly work alongside our retina surgeons to perform retinal exams, diagnose ocular diseases, participate in clinical research, and administer treatments in caring for patients' eyes and sight. The technical expertise, experience, problem-solving skills learned will catapult your career in the healthcare space.
Commitment to Community
At Colorado Retina, our community is the heart of our culture. Whether it be building bikes for Wish for Wheels, organizing a food drive for the Colorado Geriatric Foundation, wrapping gifts for Anchor Center for Blind Children, or walking a 5K with the Foundation Fighting Blindness, our team is committed to making an impact in Colorado. CRA’s social committee is made up of volunteer staff who plan our practice's social calendar each year. With a mix of educational opportunities, team building activities, organized sports, community service and patient and staff appreciation events, there is something for everybody.
Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
As a healthcare organization, our impact spreads accross many communities. Our goal is build and sustain an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce where all beliefs, race, culture, sexual orientation, religion, class, and/or gender identity are welcome and embraced. We want you to bring fresh perspective to our team and help drive a culture that promotes awareness of unconscious bias habits and creates preventative measures to ensure a safe, happy, and healthy space for all.
Positions We’re Commonly Seeking to Fill
Our Ophthalmic Imagers must have a strong understanding of ophthalmic anatomy and the application of photography to ensure the best images possible. Able to efficiently use their time to ensure the clinics run smoothly.
Our Clinical Technicians are responsible for our patient’s daily care as well as the daily flow of clinical activities. The position requires an understanding of ophthalmic practices with a strong understanding of medical instrumentation and its proper usage and care. Our Technicians perform technical work-ups, conducts patient interviews, and performs special testing when required. Our Technicians are expected to deliver great communication with patients regarding follow-up care and scheduling, information on surgeries and procedures, anything else pertaining to patient care.
Front Desk Patient Service Representatives are responsible for greeting all patients, guests, and staff that enter our offices. Our Desk Staff are also tasked with assisting patients with checking in and out, scheduling and rescheduling appointments, and assisting with collections. Knowledge of in-network insurances is required as well as all physicians scheduling policies to ensure our clinics run smoothly.
Our Call Center Attendants are responsible for answering all in-bound call for Colorado Retina Associates. They must be able to quickly and efficiently direct calls to the appropriate recipients, obtain correct and current medical insurance information, as well as properly schedule appointments at the request of the patients or physicians.