Employment Opportunities – Metro Eye

Metro Eye will be closed for Memorial Day.
Due to the change in current CDC guideline, mask wearing for patrons is optional. Our staff will continue to wear masks until further guidance from the AOA and WOA

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Optometric Technician (Ophthalmic)

Optometric Technician (Ophthalmic)

We will train someone with the right background and initiative.

Position Purpose: Work closely with the Optometrists and other Technicians to provide the very best in eye health care. Provides support as a member of the entire office team to facilitate an outstanding experience for every patient in a complex, fast-paced environment.

Office Description: Metro Eye’s state-of-the-art medical eye care facility is home to Milwaukee’s most dynamic designer eyewear boutique, offering the latest frame and lens technologies in the Historic Third Ward neighborhood. We are an office where a third of the staff averages 9+ years at Metro Eye, a third averages 3+ years and the rest is part of a growing office with the latest eye health technology and forward-thinking leadership! We are a small business with many of the benefits of a much larger company. Metro Eye is a group of hard working, friendly, knowledgeable individuals who enjoy providing exceptional care and customer service to our growing community.

Primary Job Functions:

  • Perform entrance testing and diagnostic testing
  • Intake of comprehensive medical history, chief complaint and HPI as well as scribing and efficient input of information into electronic health record program
  • Triage incoming and outgoing telephone calls, establish a strong rapport, and collect pertinent medical information as well as follow up care and correspondence with patients
  • Patient communication for follow-ups and contact lens purchases via email/phone calls
  • Knowledge and patient instruction in the care and use of soft/hard/specialty contact lenses
  • Dry Eye treatments and instruction
  • Maintaining a clean, organized and fully stocked clinic

Qualifications:

  • Strong customer service, organizational and people skills, with excellent multi-tasking and prioritization
  • Ability to perform continuous detailed tasks with frequent interruptions
  • Professional demeanor, self-motivated, and dependable
  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients and doctors
  • Ability to rapidly analyze and solve problems
  • Ability to quickly learn and effectively use medical software applications
  • Excellent computer and scribing skills

Requirements:

  • Minimum High School Diploma, some college work or related degree preferred, or equivalent

Benefits:

  • Competitive Wages
  • Simple IRA with employer match
  • Health Insurance with employer contribution
  • Dental Insurance
  • HSA with employer match
  • Paid Holidays
  • Short-term, Long-term Disability and Life Insurance
  • Covered Parking with employer contribution
  • Employee Assistance Program

COVID-19: All staff and patrons are required to wear masks at all times. We are adhering to CDC protocol and welcome applicants who agree with CDC recommendations regarding COVID-19 safety.

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Inventory Control Associate/Assistant Retail Buyer

Inventory Control Associate/Assistant Retail Buyer

Position Purpose: Work closely with our optical and management staff to purchase and maintain an accurate database of our large, high-end, hand-made, eyewear inventory which ranges between 900-1100 eyeglass frames (often only one of each design/color in stock.) Responsibilities include creating purchase orders, submitting purchase orders to vendors, and receiving purchase orders into the office software. Other responsibilities include taking hard counts of inventory, returning damaged or stale inventory to the vendors, reconciling invoices as well as entering very detailed invoice and pricing information into the inventory database to maintain accurate eyewear retail pricing. Provide direct support to the entire optical team in processing and submitting orders, shipping packages to the optical labs and generating sales reports for review. Staying apprised of current styles and fashion trends, working with Optical Manager and frame reps to assist with buying the inventory and other administrative duties round out this position. Most importantly, provide support as a member of the entire office team to facilitate an outstanding experience for every patient in a complex, fast-paced environment.

Primary Job Functions:

  • Maintain accurate inventory database
  • Receiving and documenting frame orders
  • Controlling inventory costs and turn-rate through excellent record keeping
  • Initiate and support the buying process from beginning to end, attending vendor meetings to select product

Qualifications:

  • Ability to perform continuous detailed tasks with frequent interruptions
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, with excellent multi-tasking and prioritization
  • Professional demeanor, self-motivated, and dependable
  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients, staff and vendors
  • Ability to rapidly analyze and solve problems
  • Ability to quickly learn and effectively use medical software applications
  • Basic understanding of retail math
  • Ability to monitor inventory and sales levels, adjusting buys accordingly
  • Ability to measure and communicate key metrics to teammates, management and vendor community

Requirements:

  • Minimum High School Diploma, some college work or related degree preferred, or equivalent
  • Previous inventory control experience

Benefits:

  • Simple IRA with employer match
  • Dental Insurance offered at employee’s expense
  • Vision services and material benefits for employee and family
  • HSA with employer match
  • STD/LTD/Life insurance at employers expense
  • Paid Holidays
  • Employer contribution toward parking
  • Salary Range: $15-$19/hour based on experience
  • Flexible schedule after probationary period with approval

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