Our employees are an integral part of the experience at North Idaho Eye Institute. Not only are we committed to serving our patients, but we’re also involved in helping our local communities. After all, this is our home too! If you enjoy a professional work environment and truly want to make difference in people’s lives, we encourage you to apply for a position below. It may be the first step toward a long and fulfilling career with North Idaho Eye Institute.
North Idaho Eye Institute offers a competitive benefits package that includes a generous 401(k) plan, paid time-off policy, medical plan options, a dental plan, an annual uniform allowance, supports professional staff education and development, has an annual bonus structure, in addition to many other perks. Employees may also choose life insurance and be eligible for employee/family optical discounts and eye care. Other benefits available include bereavement leave, jury duty/witness pay, military leave, parental leave, Worker’s Compensation, Unemployment Compensation, and Family and Medical Leave Policy.
The Billing Manager is responsible for directing the coding, billing, accounts receivable, and reimbursement activities for the practice; in-addition to leading the billing team for the ophthalmology clinic and surgery center. This position will require a thorough understanding of a medical practice, Health Care billing practices and all relevant rules and regulations applicable to the practice.
The groundskeeper is responsible for the daily upkeep of grounds, building exteriors, interiors, parking lots, and other maintenance projects under the supervision of the facility supervisor.
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant
The Ophthalmic Assistant performs several duties including preparing patients for the physician for a variety of appointment types. This position requires a significant amount of multitasking and the ability to prioritize tasks appropriately. A team mentality with a willingness to help whenever needed is a must.
This position performs several duties including design, measure, order, dispense, fit and adapt lenses and frames for patients according to written optical prescription or specification. This position requires a significant amount of multitasking and the ability to prioritize tasks appropriately. A team mentality with a willingness to help wherever needed is a must.
NCLE Contact Lens Technician
The Contact Lens Technician will review and understand medical chart notes. Design, measure, and fit contact lens. He/she will teach insertion and removal and care of contacts to patient; assist in determining best contact lens option for patients’ medical needs and lifestyle; and work with labs to create contact lens.
Licensed Nurse Peri-Operative – ASC
Responsible for admission of the patient prior to surgery to include a nursing assessment, patient teaching, evaluation of laboratory work, and pre-op medication administration if necessary.
This position requires knowledge of medical office billing processes, insurance contracts, physician billing for insurance and cash pay patients and overall knowledge of the billing office processes and procedures. Provide exceptional customer service and teamwork to those around you. Must have the ability to manage multiple priorities and demands, on time and in a calm manner.
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