As we help you grow your practice, a partnership opportunity may also be considered in the future with the right Associate OD.
4 Year Degree
2 openings available.
Internal Number: 1
Experienced ODs and New OD Graduates are encouraged to apply.
Clarendon Vision Development Center is a well-established specialty optometry practice only 20 mi from downtown Chicago! We are seeking a motivated Neuro-Optometrist ready to join our patient-oriented team. Be prepared to have a life-changing experience of positively influencing patients’ lives while developing and nurturing your professional growth! The ideal candidate will examine eyes and visual systems, diagnose problems or impairments, prescribe corrective lenses, and provide treatment, as well as diagnose, manage, and treat conditions and diseases of the human eye and visual system. Patient care may include athletes after a concussion, adults with whiplash after a car accident, older adults with balance issues, children struggling in school, and patients with a traumatic brain injury that may have eye tracking and ocular teaming difficulties.
Why this is the right place for you:
Do what you love - We empower our doctors to provide personalized, comprehensive eye exams and manage various conditions to ensure that each patient receives unparalleled customized care. Practice to your comfort level with an amplitude of time. Have the autonomy to provide comprehensive primary care that you’re proud of!
Innovation- we are proud specialists in Pediatric/Special Needs, Vision Therapy, Myopia Management, Neuro-Optometry, dry eye treatment, and Primary Care. We collaborate with multiple disciplines, such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, neuropsychology, vestibular therapy, schools, tutors, etc.
Experienced Team partnership - Our goal is to ensure that our doctors can do their best work and offer their best care, allowing them to focus on providing care without the added complexities of practice operations. We provide our doctors with an incredible support team, including optometric technicians, vision therapists, opticians, contact lens technicians, receptionists, department leads, patient liaisons, billing specialists, and management staff.
Everything readily available: Our doctors need the right equipment to take care of our patients, so our offices are equipped with the latest technology such as Marco RT-6100 refraction system, Myopia Master auto-refractor/Axial length measurement, Eidon fundus camera, Medmont Topographer, Equinox LLLT dry eye treatment, Neurolens and more!
Life/Work Balance - Working with our practice means focusing on what matters: life and then work! Our doctors receive a healthy number of holidays, sick time, and paid time off, and they never have to worry about on-call or late evening hours!
Healthy Compensation: Exceptional team members deserve exceptional compensation, so our doctors receive a competitive salary ranging from $135k to $200k with bonus potential, professional liability coverage, and benefits including:
Retirement savings plan
Medical health insurance
Short Term Disability
Generous Yearly continuing education allowances
Semi-Annually fun team outings
Growth is always our goal: So that our doctors always provide their best care, we ensure that our doctors can continually develop their skills! Not only do we encourage and reimburse CE training, but we are also open to expanding the practice into new areas of potential growth if you have a passion for another specialty. Let’s discuss how your experience fits with our team!
Whether you are beginning your journey into improving the quality of others' lives or you’re an experienced optometrist looking to take the next step in your career, we look forward to welcoming you to our team! Apply by sending your cover letter and resume today!
What you Need:
Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) Degree
An Optometry License in the state of Illinois
A love for personal growth and changing people's lives.
Extensive knowledge of performing comprehensive evaluations of sensory-motor, visual field, accommodative, and oculomotor function
Perform proper visual processing evaluations
Confident with recommending and managing Vision therapy options
Organization and communication skills to consistently and adequately coordinate care with other healthcare professionals and rehabilitation specialists, such as occupational, physical, and speech therapists
Clarendon Vision Development Center is Chicagoland’s leader in the diagnosis and treatment of developmental vision disorders. As a specialized, developmental optometry practice, our doctors diagnose and treat children and adults when problems with the visual system contribute to:
struggles with reading and learning
experiences of neurological symptoms like dizziness or headaches
disease of the eyes (myopia) that cause blurry distance vision (nearsightedness)
Our clinic is fully equipped to provide comprehensive eye health and advanced visual performance assessments. This may include:
Functional Vision Exams
Visual Perceptual Evaluations
Myopia (Nearsightedness) Evaluations
Binocular Vision Assessments
Post-Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury Examinations
Pediatric and Special Needs Vision Examinations
For more information, please call 1-888-491-8833 and choose one of the following options:
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