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.
Ophthalmic Tech 1 or 2, Marquam Hill- IRC44442
The purpose of this position is to provide ophthalmic technical assistance to faculty, fellow and resident of the Pediatric Division at the Casey Eye Institute and in satellite offices as they see patients, and to provide ancillary screening and testing as necessary.
Ophthalmic Tech 1 or 2, Marquam Hill- IRC45854
To provide support to the Retina Ophthalmology Clinics, specifically in the areas of patient care, phones, reception, scheduling, on an on-call basis.
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.
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.
Research Associate, 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.
Research Associate, Marquam Hill (Temp)- IRC46312
Functions/Duties of Position We are seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented BA, BS, MS, or PhD who is interested in understanding the cellular mechanisms of immune-mediated ocular inflammation concentrating on identifying specific lymphocyte subsets that might be activated and targeted for the treatment of these conditions. The candidate will join a small but very passionate and focused research group. The position would ideally require expertise in molecular biology techniques such as PCR, animal work, tissue culture, tissue sectioning, tissue staining.