An ophthalmic photographer provides clinical and research related diagnostic medical images that are used by ophthalmic personnel in managing patients with various ocular conditions. Multiple camera/imaging systems are employed in order to capture the required data.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Color retinal fundus photography.
Retinal fluorescein angiography.
Slit lamp photography.
Intravenous injection of sodium fluorescein and Indocyanine Green dyes.
External clinic and operating room photography.
Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT).
Ocular Coherence Tomography Angiography (OCT-A).
Front desk coverage, patient service responsibilities.
Manage digital images and files, i.e. burning CD’s, electronic transfer, etc.
Participate in research related investigative studies requiring protocol specific imaging.
Acquire and maintain photographic certifications from various ophthalmic reading centers participating in clinical research.
Minimum Qualifications (mandatory):
High School diploma or equivalent.
Prior experience in patient photography, including color retinal fundus photography and retinal fluorescein angiography.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Requires solid knowledge of ocular anatomy.
The ability to work closely with patients in a clinical setting.
Knowledge of basic and general photography.
The ability to work independently at Wilmer satellite locations.
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certifications:
Certified in CPR.
Classified Title: CO Opthalmic Photographer Working Title: CO Ophthalmic Photographer Role/Level/Range: ACRO40/E/02/CE Starting Salary Range: $18.67- $25.68 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday/8:30am-5:00pm-40 hours Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10003003-SOM Oph Retina Service Personnel area: School of Medicine
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