Per Diem Ophthalmic Photographer

Department:
Clinical Education
Job Type:
Per Diem
Location:
North East, South East, Central, North West and South West United States
Date Posted
April 29, 2022

NeoLight is currently seeking a Newborn Certified Ophthalmic Photographer with retinal imaging experience for a Per Diem Clinical Educator role.  

The candidate must have clinical education experience, be comfortable working with NICU medical and nursing staff and medical devices, and experience using retinal cameras within NICU and/or OR setting

The Per Diem Clinical Educator assists the Clinical Education Specialists with hands on education at different facilities around the designated region. The major function of the per diem Clinical Educator encompasses education, product use, staff development, consultation and NeoLight program support.

You will be responsible for training various physicians, nurses, and technicians to use the ICON pediatric retinal imaging system. The setting will primarily be hospital based and include newborn nursery, mother-baby units, operating rooms, and Neonatal Intensive Care Units.  You will need to be comfortable in working with premature and term infants. You will be responsible as well to contribute to the development of techniques for using the ICON products and not only teaching the user community but also to provide feedback to marketing, sales, and management of the Company.

NeoLight is a medical device company focused on best-in-class technologies for treating preventable conditions in the newborn care market.  The Company requires the maintenance of high work standards and ethical communication with customers.

Interested candidates please submit your resume on this page.

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