Job Opportunities

Clinical Research Manager

Department: Research

Hours: 40 hours per week

Responsibilities: Assists the Research Director with managing the research staff and clinical research studies being conducted in the Department of Research.  Duties include developing Standard Operating Procedures and Manual of Procedures, overseeing and tracking research projects, case report from design, data collection, data entry, quality control, recruitment activities, and preparing study reports.  Will have close working relationships with the Research Director, Principal Investigator, Co-Investigators, Study Coordinators and Project Managers to write protocols, reports, manuscripts, and grants for future funding.

Requirements: At least 5 years clinical trial management experience working in a research department or pharmaceutical environment.  Thorough knowledge of IRB, HIPAA, and FDA regulatory requirements for the conduct of research required.  Master’s degree in social science or public health required. Strong data management skills and experience with grant administration required. 

Interested applicants, please provide interest letter and resume to Human Resources:

Fax: 215-928-7239

Email: hr@willseye.org

EOE

Senior Biostatistician

Department: Research

Hours: 40 hours per week 

Primary Function: Working will all ophthalmology subspecialties in a team environment, the Senior Biostatistician is responsible for the statistical soundness and timely delivery of all statistical input/deliverables for assigned projects, grants, proposals, progress reports, manuscripts, and presentations.  Interacts with and supports investigators, project directors, project managers, medical students, residents, and fellows involved in research. Acts as lead statistician in a clinical research environment and supervises one master’s level biostatistician.  The biostatistician will be eligible for a faculty appointment in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University.

Requirements: PhD with a minimum of 2 years proven clinical research experience (ophthalmology experience preferred) in clinical biostatistics methods and processes is required. Must have sound understanding of the entire study design process and have the ability to anticipate and manage through potential issues that could arise during study recruitment, randomization, data analysis, and writing up results. Excellent oral and written communication skills, especially when communicating statistical issues and methods to statisticians and the research team. 

Interested applicants, please send resume to Human Resources:

Fax: 215-928-7239

Email: hr@willseye.org

EOE

Electronic Health Records Coordinator

Department: Wills Eye Ophthalmology Clinic

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours per week

Responsibilities: Responsible for building electronic health records templates and maintenance of the templates through software upgrades and workflow changes in each department.

Requirements: 2 to 5 years experience in healthcare with significant use of computers. Must be familiar with medical supply terminology.  Willingness to learn ophthalmic coding basics to aid in understanding the compliance and coding issues built into electronic records.  Must become NextGen certified within the first year of employment.

Please submit your interest statement and resume to Human Resources hr@willseye.org or fax to 215-928-7239.

EOE

Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem Operating Room Nurses

Department: Wills Eye Surgery Center in Center City Philadelphia

Hours: Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem

Primary Function: RN's to circulate and scrub ophthalmology surgical cases.

Requirements: Minimum one year experience scrubbing and circulating

We provide competitive salary and excellent benefits package.

Interested applicants, please provide interest letter and resume to Human Resources by:

FAX: 215-928-7239

Email: hr@willseye.org

EOE

Part-Time Medical Social Worker

Department: Glaucoma Research

Hours: Part-Time

Responsibilities: The social worker will facilitate improved appointment adherence, access to health insurance information, benefits, referrals, or program enrollment for patients with glaucoma.  Working with all glaucoma specialists in a team environment, the social worker will identify patients that are in need of social support services.  He/she will assess the psychosocial needs of patients needing subsequent vision care, and evaluate, track, and reduce barriers/attitudes to care that often preclude follow-up.  He/she will support patients with surgical/post-operative support, including providing emotional support, resource information, encouragement and guidance.

Requirements: Master’s degree in social work and 3 years experience in a health care facility. Experience in preparing written materials such as training guides and manuals is preferred.

Interested applicants, please send resume to Human Resources: hr@willseye.org

EOE

Genetics Counselor (part time)

Department: Pediatric Ophthalmology & Ocular Genetics

Hours: 20 hours per week

Primary Function: : Under the direction of the Chief of Pediatrics & Ocular Genetic and Genetics Counselor, the Part time Genetics Counselor will have a specific focus on developing and expanding the genetics aspects of our program for anterior segment ocular developmental disorders within our ocular genetics service (primarily pediatric cataract and glaucoma). Participates in direct patient care, research, writing and teaching. 

Requirements: Master’s Degree in Genetics Counseling

Interested applicants, please provide interest letter and resume to Human Resources.

Fax: 215-928-7239

Email: hr@willseye.org

EOE

RN - Part Time - 20 hours per week (call as required)

Department: Operating Room

Hours: Flexible

Requirements: Graduate of accredited nursing program with valid PA license; current BLS and minimum 1 year Operating Room experience, preferably in Ophthalmology.

Please submit your interest statement with resume to: hr@willseye.org

EOE

Director of Finance

Department: Finance

Responsibilities: Director of Finance will have oversight of all finance , accounting and reporting activities.  Must have solid experience coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger payroll and accounting for investments. Advanced knowledge of accounting and reporting software a must.

Requirements: CPA, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree preferred.  Seven to ten years experience preferably in a complex non-profit that has multiple programs.

Interested applicants, please provide interest letter and resume to Human Resources:

Fax: 215-928-7239

Email: hr@willseye.org

EOE