Work for the world leader in modern visual electrophysiology. Our success is driven by our expert team’s commitment to advances in preventative health care by understanding the important role of early medical intervention for treatable vision problems. At Diopsys, you will work in a collaborative, team environment that thinks strategically and acts globally.
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Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin
Diopsys, Inc. is a medical instrumentation company dedicated to delivering high-quality, cost-effective preventative health care. We specialize in the development and marketing of patient-friendly, non-invasive vision testing equipment utilizing the science of electrophysiology. Diopsys has developed and markets the patented Enfant® Pediatric VEP Vision Testing System, a device used screening for amblyopia in children as young as six months of age. The company has also developed the Diopsys® NOVA-VEP and NOVA-ERG Vision Testing System utilized by ophthalmologists and optometrists for the detection, diagnosis and treatment of complex vision disorders such as glaucoma, AMD, and optic neuritis.
Diopsys is a fast growing company and these Clinical Application Specialist (CAS) positions have been created by our growth. The job of CAS is an opportunity for qualified ophthalmic technicians to be part of an expanding company that is successfully bringing the use of office-based electrophysiology into everyday clinical practice.
In this technically savvy role, the Clinical Application Specialist will educate and train customers on the technologies of VEP and ERG, including device implementation and clinical application. The CAS will also build and maintain strong customer relationships and provide service as required.
Our competitive compensation program consists of $45K-$55K annual salary, in addition to a generous car and cell phone allowance. The company also offers an excellent benefits package including paid time off, medical, dental and vision benefits and the potential for performance based quarterly bonus package and annual awards.
- 3+ years of clinical experience in operating and/or teaching the use of ophthalmic equipment
- Strong communication skills, work ethic, and organizational skills
- Ability to efficiently manage time and cost in everyday activities
- Travel frequency 65-75%
- COA, CCOA, COT, & COMT preferred
- Bachelor’s degree in Physical Science or Nursing a plus
Date Posted: 05/20/2015