Career Opportunities

  • Anterior Segment Surgeon

    Chu Vision Institute is seeking a world-class corneal fellowship trained surgeon to join a high volume consultative cataract, refractive, cornea, and anterior segment surgical practice.

    The practice has a certified EMR and is led by an ASOA certified, long-term administrator as well as an excellent management team.  The practice features an on-site ASC with femtosecond laser, refractive laser center, and state-of-the-art diagnostic technology.  The practice has an active clinical research Center of Excellence and has participated in over 80 FDA clinical trials.  We are seeking a person who is a motivated practice builder to join our growing team.  Partnership opportunity available

    Interested candidates should submit their resume to carrie.jacobs@chuvision.com for consideration.

  • Optometrist

    We are currently seeking an optometrist to join our team at our Bloomington office.

    Ideal candidate will be personable, energetic and willing to work closely with the surgeon to manage pre- and post-operative cataract and refractive surgery patients. Requirements include a current MN license, completion of a surgical residency program with five years of clinical medical experience involving surgical co-management. Excellent communication skills and strong customer service acumen are a must. Competitive compensation and benefits package available.

    Interested candidates should submit their resume to carrie.jacobs@chuvision.com for consideration.

  • Clinical Research Coordinator

    Chu Vision Institute (CVI) is a premier research organization that provides patients the opportunity to receive advanced ophthalmological care through participation in clinical research trials.

    At Chu Vision Institute, the Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) plays a critical and essential role in our ground-breaking clinical research studies. This position is primarily responsible for coordination, organization and implementation of research studies in compliance with study protocol, SOPs, and state and federal regulations. The CRC will be expected to maintain open, clear, and effective communication with the physicians, patients, study sponsors, Institutional Review Board, and internal management.

    Responsibilities:

    Maintain the integrity and overall quality of assigned clinical research trials. Successful recruitment and enrollment of study participants ensuring consistency in data quality and integrity. Schedule subject visits and coordinate physicians/other staff availability. Complete and document study visit procedures including: Obtain informed consent, explain study procedures and conduct patient interviews. Scheduling study visits. Manage study related essential/regulatory documents. Ensure proper inventory level of study supplies. Coordinate/schedule sponsor monitoring visits and audits. Maintain protocol compliance and timeline adherence. Responsible for regulatory compliance: Maintain compliance of GCP, HIPAA, OSHA, IATA, Internal SOP, Protocol, state and local regulations as required. Follow regulation and protocol established for each study. Maintain and safeguard the confidentiality of all patient data as well as other pertinent information acquired during the performance of their job duties.

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience. SOCRA CCRP or ACRP certification preferred. Experience in an Ophthalmology research setting preferred, but not required. Knowledge and understanding of the principals of good clinical practices including ethical issues, patient rights, regulations and guidelines for clinical research. Experience and knowledge with IRB submissions, FDA regulations, data collections. Knowledge and understanding of general medical terminology; clinical methods, procedures, and applications. Excellent written and verbal communication skills - must be comfortable and effective in communicating with potential study participants from a diverse population. Broad Clinical research knowledge.  Must be self-sufficient, detail-oriented, and able to identify problems and solve them.


    Interested candidates should submit their resume to carrie.jacobs@chuvision.com for consideration.

  • Patient Experience Coordinator and Medical Receptionist

    We are seeking a full time Patient Experience Coordinator/Medical Receptionist for our Bloomington office. As the first impression of our clinic, this individual is warm, friendly and professional and is dedicated to providing excellent patient care over the phone and in person. Responsibilities for this position include greeting and checking in patients, scheduling appointments, answering a multi-line phone system, collecting and entering patient information, scanning medical records and administrative support.

    Candidates should possess the ability to work as part of a team with great attention to detail, computer competency and strong communication skills. A minimum of 1 year customer service experience is required, prior medical experience is a plus. 

    Please click here to apply. 

  • Ophthalmic Technician/Assistant

    We are seeking a full time ophthalmic technician/Assistant. The ideal candidate will be patient-focused, friendly, team-oriented and must be able to efficiently work in a fast paced environment.  Responsibilities for this position include patient education, patient work up, assisting physicians during the exam and various testing procedures. 

    This position requires the ability to work as part of a team, strong communication skills and attention to detail. Ophthalmology experience preferred but will train the right person.   

    Please click here to apply. 

  • Patient Care Counselor

    We are seeking a full time Patient Care Counselor. This individual is dedicated to providing excellent patient care and satisfaction. The ideal candidate possesses superior interpersonal skills, the ability to work flexibly and accurately under pressure and a passion for people and customer service. Responsibilities include educating patients in person and over the phone, scheduling appointments and procedures and financial and insurance counseling.

    This position requires 2+ years of sales, marketing or customer service experience. The position also requires excellent organizational and communication skills. Preferred qualifications include ophthalmic/optometric clinic experience and a college degree.

    Please click here to apply.