VISIT OUR NEW OFFICE IN ANDOVER! WE’RE LOCATED AT MINUTEMAN LANDING 159 RIVER RD #4, ANDOVER, MA 01810

Boston Vision has always maintained a focus on academic excellence and patient satisfaction. Founded in 2000 by Dr. Melki, Boston Vision is the premier name in LASIK surgeries and general eye care in Boston with six locations spread across the Greater Boston area.

Using the latest advanced technology, we are constantly pushing the envelope with and aiming to set new standards of patient care in everything we do. Here’s where you come in as a candidate. Boston Vision aims to supply staff with the resources they need to provide exceptional care in-practice, and live happy and healthy lives when the day is complete. We provide competitive salary, benefits, and growth opportunities as Boston Vision continues its mission to provide excellence in LASIK surgery and eye care for patients

Boston Vision Benefits Include:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • 401k
  • LASIK / PRK at cost

To apply online, select one of the openings below!

  • Optometrist

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Optometrist Position

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is a multi-specialty private Ophthalmology practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service. Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through a dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Job Description

    Boston Vision is seeking an experienced Optometrist to join our growing team. As an Optometrist, you will use your knowledge and established skill set to provide excellent eye care to each patient. Ideal candidates would enjoy working in a multi-faceted capacity from performing routine eye exams, to evaluating potential Lasik and Cataract candidates, and skillfully fitting both soft and specialty contact lenses. Additionally, responsibilities would include but are not limited to, documenting all diagnosis and/or treatment plans, performing minor surgical procedures as needed, and providing postoperative care to patients who have had eye surgery.

    Required Qualifications

    ● Must hold a Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) degree.
    ● Must hold a valid, Massachusetts state-issued license of Optometry.

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 6 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our team members to be open to traveling to other locations as the business demands. Strong candidates have well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, practice the importance of facilitating the highest quality of patient care and have proven extensive knowledge of promoting eye health, diagnosing eye-related conditions. Must be a positive and professional team player

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones and testing equipment.

  • Retina Technician

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Retina Technician Position

    ** RETENTION BONUS OFFERED

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is an academic private practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service.  Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Summary

    Under the supervision of the Lead Retina Technician, we are seeking experienced and motivated Retina Technicians to join our growing multispecialty practice. The Retina Technician specializes in the anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye as it pertains to the retina. They facilitate patient care by performing the preliminary “work up” of the patient. This includes gathering all past medical records, performing preliminary eye function and diagnostic testing needed for the physician to diagnose and treat such eye conditions. Comfortable with performing macular OCT and scribing as needed. Under the direction of the physician, the Retina Technician may administer eye medications and maintain optical and surgical instruments.

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 6 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our staff to be open to assisting in other locations as the business demands. Additional mileage is reimbursed as a travel expense. Strong candidates should have the ability to provide situational leadership, exceptional diplomatic communication skills, and experience in handling difficult customer situations. Must be detail oriented and have the ability to multitask. A proven track record in advanced high level customer service and follow through is a plus. Must be a positive and professional team player.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones and testing equipment.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this role. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

  • LASIK Technician

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to LASIK Technician Position

    ** RETENTION BONUS OFFERED

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is an academic private practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service.  Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Job Description

    Under the supervision of the Lead Ophthalmic Technician, we are seeking a motivated Lasik Ophthalmic Technician to join our growing Brookline practice. The technician team performs duties of a clinical assistant specializing in anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye. Technicians facilitate patient care by performing the preliminary “work up” of the patient. This includes gathering all past medical records, performing preliminary eye function and diagnostic testing needed for the physician to diagnose and treat such eye conditions. Under the direction of the physician, refractive technicians may assist in surgical procedures such as Lasik Eye Surgery.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Assisting in the surgical suite for LASIK and other refractive procedures.  You will be trained and certified to operate the laser including clinical data input, calibration and scrubbing in to assist during surgery
    • Prepare laser room and instruments for surgery; wash and sterilize equipment post-surgery.
    • Manage patient flow from pre-op through surgery to post-op phase.
    • Monitor and maintain inventory of all medications and medical supplies.
    • Monitor laser room and clinic equipment; maintain records regarding equipment service, testing and safety according to company policy and procedure.
    • Delivering quality patient care, excellent communication and customer service
    • Applying drops to anesthetize, dilate, or medicate eyes
    • Educating patients by providing information regarding treatment, use of drops and drugs
    • Operating various ophthalmology diagnostic equipment

    Refractive Ophthalmic Technicians are highly skilled. This role can be a lifetime career or a stepping-stone to other opportunities in healthcare. Nationally recognized certifications can be achieved after about 1-year in this role. Such certifications are funded by the practice to enable our team to achieve success.

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 6 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our staff to be open to assisting in other locations as the business demands. Additional mileage is reimbursed as a travel expense. Strong candidates should have the ability to provide situational leadership, exceptional diplomatic communication skills, and experience in handling difficult customer situations. Must be detail oriented and have the ability to multitask. A proven track record in advanced high level customer service and follow through is a plus. Must be a positive and professional team player.

    Who is ideal for this position?

    Motivated individuals looking to build a career in healthcare. Those who join enjoy the clinical aspect of the job and the experience of interacting with patients. Many have gone on to

    successful medical careers through Medical, Osteopathic or PA schools. Our doctors routinely support applications from our staff to various institutions through personal or written letters of recommendation.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones and testing equipment.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this role. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

  • Certified Ophthalmic Assistant

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Certified Ophthalmic Assistant Position

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is an academic private practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service.  Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Job Description

    Under the supervision of the Lead Ophthalmic Technician, we are seeking a Certified Ophthalmic Technician to join our Refractive team in our growing multispecialty practice. The Certified Ophthalmic Technician performs duties of a clinical assistant specializing in anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye. Technicians facilitate patient care by performing the preliminary “work up” of the patient. This includes gathering all past medical records, performing preliminary eye function and diagnostic testing needed for the physician to diagnose and treat such eye conditions. Under the direction of the physician, refractive technicians may assist in surgical procedures such as Lasik Eye Surgery.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Assisting in the surgical suite for LASIK and other refractive procedures.  You will be trained and certified to operate the laser including clinical data input, calibration and scrubbing in to assist during surgery
    • Prepare laser room and instruments for surgery; wash and sterilize equipment post-surgery.
    • Manage patient flow from pre-op through surgery to post-op phase.
    • Monitor and maintain inventory of all medications and medical supplies.
    • Monitor laser room and clinic equipment; maintain records regarding equipment service, testing and safety according to company policy and procedure.
    • Delivering quality patient care, excellent communication and customer service
    • Applying drops to anesthetize, dilate, or medicate eyes
    • Educating patients by providing information regarding treatment, use of drops and drugs
    • Operating various ophthalmology diagnostic equipment

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 5 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our staff to be open to assisting in other locations as the business demands. Additional mileage is reimbursed as a travel expense. Strong candidates should have the ability to provide situational leadership, exceptional diplomatic communication skills, and experience in handling difficult customer situations. Must be detail oriented and have the ability to multitask. A proven track record in advanced high level customer service and follow through is a plus. Must be a positive and professional team player.

    Education and Experience

    • At least one year experience as an Ophthalmic Technician
    • Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones and testing equipment.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this role. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

  • Clinical Technician

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY for Andover Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY for Brookline Location
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    CLICK HERE TO APPLY for Milford Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY for Lawrence Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY for Wellesley Location

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is an academic private practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service. Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through a dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Job Description

    Under the supervision of the Lead Ophthalmic Technician, we are seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to serve as Ophthalmic Technicians on our growing team. The technician team performs the duties of a clinical assistant specializing in anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye. Technicians facilitate patient care by performing the preliminary “work up” of the patient. This includes gathering all past medical records, performing preliminary eye function and diagnostic testing needed for the physician to diagnose and treat such eye conditions. Under the direction of the physician, technicians may administer eye medications and maintain optical and surgical instruments as well as assist in surgical procedures such as Lasik Eye Surgery. No prior experience is required as we offer a full in-house training program.

    Ophthalmic Technicians are highly skilled. This role can be a lifetime career or a stepping-stone to other opportunities in healthcare. Nationally recognized certifications can be achieved after about 1-year in this role. Such certifications are funded by the practice to enable our team to achieve success.

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 6 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our staff to be open to assisting in other locations as the business demands. Additional mileage is reimbursed as a travel expense. Strong candidates should have the ability to provide situational leadership, exceptional diplomatic communication skills, and experience in handling difficult customer situations. Must be detail-oriented and have the ability to multitask. A proven track record in advanced high-level customer service and follow-through is a plus. Must be a positive and professional team player.

    Who is ideal for this position?

    Motivated individuals looking to build a career in healthcare. Those who join enjoy the clinical aspect of the job and the experience of interacting with patients. Many have gone on to successful medical careers through Medical, Osteopathic, or PA schools. Our doctors routinely support applications from our staff to various institutions through personal or written letters of recommendation.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business
    demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones, and testing equipment.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this role. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

  • Patient Services Representative

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Andover Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Brookline Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Medford Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Lawrence Location
    CLICK HERE TO APPLY to Wellesley Location

    Company Description

    Boston Vision is an academic private practice, at the vanguard of eye care and patient service. Since founding Boston Vision in 2000, we have relentlessly pursued both improvement in patient experience and innovation in academic medicine. This stems from our philosophy that only through a dedicated emphasis on both scientific pursuit and patient satisfaction can we deliver the best possible medical care.

    Job Description

    Boston Vision is seeking to hire an enthusiastic and motivated administrative professional to serve as our Patient Services Representative. Under the supervision of our Director of Operations, the Patient Services Representative is the first point of contact between our patients and the practice. The Patient Services team works diligently to provide the highest quality of service by assisting patients with scheduling appointments, maintaining patient records, tending to incoming phone calls, and checking patients in and out of appointments. In addition to having an exceptional customer service skillset, the role of a Patient Services Representative has a strong emphasis on being detail-oriented as well as having the ability to practice effective communication, multitask and problem-solve as needed.

    Additional Information

    Boston Vision currently has 6 locations in the Metro-Boston area. We ask our staff to be open to assisting in other locations as the business demands. Additional mileage is reimbursed as a travel expense. Strong candidates should have the ability to provide situational leadership, exceptional diplomatic communication skills, and experience in handling difficult customer situations. Must be a positive and professional team player.

    Who is ideal for this position?

    Motivated individuals looking to build a career in healthcare. Those who join enjoy the administrative aspect of the job and the experience of interacting with patients. Many have gone on to successful medical careers through Medical, Osteopathic, or PA schools. Our doctors routinely support applications from our staff to various institutions through personal or written letters of recommendation.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, exempt position. Days and hours of work vary according to the business demands.

    Work Environment

    This role operates in a professional medical office environment routinely using standard office and clinical equipment such as computers, telephones and testing equipment.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this role. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

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