Casey Eye Institute Jobs

The full descriptions of the following open positions are available on the OHSU job search web site. To search for a position of interest please include the position number (e.g. IRC43304).  For any questions regarding the positions listed above please contact Jeannine Ransom, Human Resources Manager by calling 503 494-3000.

Genetic Counselor, Marquam Hill (Genetics)- IRC46356

The Genetics Counselor will work directly with physicians in the Ophthalmic Genetics Division to provide genetic counseling and services to patients and their families, perform phlebotomy and coordinate testing and follow-up of results, assist in preparation of progress reports, grant applications and scientific publications, and review and implement research protocols.

Laboratory Assistant, Marquam Hill - IRC46975

This position is a resource for general inquiries and administrative support for the Casey Eye Institute Molecular Diagnostics laboratory.

Office/Administrative Manager (Ophthalmic Genetics) - IRC46920

Responsible for providing supervision, leadership and guidance for PAS and ophthalmic technician staff for the Genetics Department, specifically in the areas of reception, billing, scheduling, and collections. Manage the effective use of personnel, equipment and other resources. Support day to day operations for the Genetics Department.

Office Assistant, South Waterfront - IRC46974

The Office Assistant will perform a variety of routine office tasks for the Optical Shops at Casey Eye Institute.

Ophthalmic Technician 1 or 2, Astoria, OR - IRC47000

The purpose of this position is to provide ophthalmic technical assistance to faculty at the Casey Eye Institute Astoria satellite as they see patients, and to provide ancillary screening and testing as necessary. This position is permanently located in Astoria, OR.

Ophthalmic Tech 1 or 2, Marquam Hill (Cornea)- IRC46471

The purpose of this position is to provide ophthalmic technical assistance to faculty, fellows and residents of the Cornea Division at Casey Eye Institute and/or in their satellite offices as they see patients, and provide ancillary screening and testing as necessary. 

Ophthalmic Tech 1 or 2, Waterfront- IRC 44095

The purpose of this position is to provide ophthalmic patient care assistance to faculty, fellows and residents in various clinics of Casey Eye Institute, and provide ancillary screening and testing as necessary.

Optometrist (Instructor), Waterfront (Low Vision)- IRC 43893

Low Vision Optometrist.

Optometrist (Instructor), Waterfront (Comprehensive)- IRC 39251

Comprehensive Optometrist.

Orthoptist, Marquam Hill (Peds)- IRC 46511

The Orthoptist will perform orthoptic exams on all patients in the strabismus clinic of the Elks Children's Eye Clinic at Casey Eye Institute.

Ophthalmic Photographer– IRC41361

This position works closely with academic faculty and house staff in the performance of ophthalmic photographic patient procedures relating to the clinical teaching and research needs of the Department of Ophthalmology. 

PAS Specialist, Marquam Hill (Oculoplastics)- IRC46916

This position will provide front office support to the Oculoplastics Faculty, Residents and Fellows, specifically in the areas of patient care, phones, reception, scheduling, billing and day-to-day operations. Assists with considering, planning and implementing front office division activities.

PAS Resource Specialist, Vancouver - IRC46957

The PAS Resource Specialist will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of clinical and academic practices for faculty in the Vancouver location, CEI, under the direction of the Practice Manger and other Department Managers. Position will serve as support and a resource for all Departments that hold clinic in CEI Vancouver. Position is to provide support specifically in the areas of telephones, reception, scheduling, day-to-day operations, collections for clinic, managed care and billing, coding authorizations, areas of financial screening, patient eligibility for services, and other health care contract terms, work WQs for Vancouver as outlined by manager, and complex patient referrals. The PAS Resource Specialist will provide assistance in the use of Epic. Position is to provide guidance and leadership to other staff. Position is to support other CEI satellite clinics as directed by Practice Manager.   

PAS Specialist, Astoria, OR - IRC46999

To provide support to the Astoria clinic faculty and staff, specifically in the areas of patient care, phone coverage, reception, scheduling, authorizations, billing, and day-to-day operations. 

PAS Specialist, Marquam Hill (Retina) - IRC43798

To provide support to the Retina and Uveitis services, faculty, fellows and staff, specifically in the areas of patient care, phone coverage, reception, scheduling, authorizations, billing, and day-to-day operations. 

PAS Specialist, Marquam Hill - IRC46997

This position will provide support to the Ocular Oncology clinic at Casey Eye Institute three days per week, and will be assigned to other Ophthalmology Clinics as needed two days per week. This position works specifically in the areas of patient care, phones, reception, scheduling, and as a float within the department.

Research Assistant 2, Marquam Hill- IRC46834

The role of this position will be to assist in a laboratory that studies the structure and function of the mammalian retina. The responsibilities include single-cell functional recordings from in vitro retinal preparations, tissue dissection and handling, confocal imaging, image analysis and immunohistochemistry.

Research Assistant 1, Elks Vision Screening Program- IRC46837 (2 temporary positions available)

This research project facilitates free eye screens for preschool children (3-5-years old)  throughout the state in partnership with the Oregon State Elks and the Oregon Head Starts.  Approximately 15%  of the screened children are referred for a complete eye exam. This person will go to Oregon Head Starts and Oregon public libraries and perform vision screenings.  They will also manage Elks volunteers who come to assist with the screenings. They will be responsible for tracking accurate screening results and maintaining HIPPA protected data.