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Average pay for Eye Surgeons in the U.S.  What does an Ophthalmologist earn?  Practices who are motivated to make a great, fair market salary offer to attract quality ophthalmologists want to know this information.  Here is a brief survey of 13 public websites that give salary information regarding ophthalmologist's compensation and pay. 

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You have scheduled a phone interview with an Ophthalmologist for your job opportunity.  What next?  What are some of the best questions you can ask your candidate to find out if he or she is a good fit for your practice?

Obviously, ask a few of the following Top 10 interview questions:

  1. Tell me a little about yourself?  

  2. Why did you decide to go into ophthalmology?

  3. What are your greatest strengths?

  4. What are your greatest weaknesses?

  5. Where do you see yourself in 2 years or 5 years?

  6. Why are you leaving your current position?

  7. Why are you the best candidate for this job opportunity?

  8. What do you know about our company?

  9. Why are you motivated to live in our area?

  10. What does the ideal job look like to you?

Here are some other great questions to dive into---I'll bet you'll like these more than the traditional interview questions!  These, I think, are more personal and engaging---more real.  I think these questions turn a stuffy, uncomfortable interview into a relaxed conversation.  

What is the kindest thing a patient ever said to you?

What does a healthy work : life balance mean to you?

Tell me about the moment when you realized you had the hands to be a great surgeon?

Who, in your life, has influenced you the most?

How did you learn that ophthalmology was where you wanted to go with your career?

What is the most difficult thing you’ve ever had to overcome and how did you do it?

When you picture yourself practicing ophthalmology, what does the image look like?

As a highly intelligent, much sought after candidate, in one of the best fields imaginable, how do you stay humble--- how do you stay “down to earth”?

What is the most difficult problem you’ve ever solved?

What is one of the most interesting projects you’ve ever worked on?

Who is your favorite author?

What movie star are you most like?

Do you have a teachable spirit?

Would you like to be paired up with a mentor in your future practice?

How do you handle a routine surgery that takes a turn for the worst?

When you imagine yourself in a new job, you probably see yourself in an exciting role in a collegial, collaborative environment--but what does a collegial, collaborative workplace look like to you and how will you help us to create an environment like that?

If you are hired, what would your year 1 and year 2 goals be?

All job-seekers want to land in a practice that is ethical and highly esteemed but you’re given very little data to make a long term decision like joining a group especially if you want to become a partner--- how do you determine if a practice or group is the ethical, good organization you think it is?

What major life event or events have made you the person you are today?

You know when you’re assigned a group project, or a team paper and you have that one unmotivated person who doesn’t pitch in - when that happens, what do you do?

Are you a leader, or a follower?

If every job in the world paid $20 an hour, what would you do--- you can’t say, be an ophthalmologist.

If you could live anywhere in the U.S. where would you most like to be?

How do you give bad news to a patient?

What do you do when you get a negative online review?

How would your co-workers describe your “work personality”?

Private equity has been making a lot of noise in the eye world over the last 3 years.  What does your generation think about this-- in your opinion is this the future of eye care.  Is it a good thing for practitioners and patients or not-- what do you think?

In your opinion, what will the world of eye care look like in the future?

Why is surgery so fascinating to you- what’s going on in your mind when you’re in the zone during surgery?

What is the difference between an average eye surgeon and a world class eye surgeon?

How do you balance the demands of a business to be profitable, efficient and productive, with the need for the highest level patient care possible.

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Determining Values for Your Ophthalmology and Optometry Equipment and Instrumentation...What's It Worth?  Do you need help apprasing and selling your ophthalmic assets; equipment, instrumentation, supplies and furnishings?  Would you like to get a Fair Market Value and Replacement Value appraisal?

If you're selling your Ophthalmology or Optometry Practice and Need Help, get in touch with OjO.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Is this how you think of recruiters try ojo were naturally relational and very different ophthalmology jobs online
Is this how you see recruiters?  You're not alone--- That's why we created OjO. We're naturally relational.  We're different.  
If you're looking for a talented, personable Ophthalmologist or Optometrist for your team, give us a call.  Let's talk. You'll get useful helpful information on the ophthalmology recruitment scene and some great tips.
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If you’re not getting the number of ophthalmology candidate’s you’re looking for, or if you’d like an additional way to find the very best surgeon available for your opportunity, I would be glad to talk with you to learn more about your recruitment dilemma and to develop a strategy that might work best for you.

We are an experienced physician recruitment agency that works exclusively with ophthalmologists and optometrists as well as fellowship trained eye doctors (Cornea, Glaucoma, Oculoplastics, Vitreoretina, Pediatrics).

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If You've Had a Bad Experience with Physician Recruiters, Then You'll Want to Talk with OjO.  We believe you'll find our approach to eye recruitment of MDs and ODs to be a breath of fresh air.

Ok- So you're cynical of recruiters.  Let's start there.  You've tried high priced physician recruitment agencies, paid a lot of money and they didn't work for you- so what's different now...What's different about this company called, "OjO"?  What kind of name is that anyway---OjO...O.j.O."

The 1st thing that we'll admit is that recruiters, in general, don't have sterling reputations.  We know that- We hear a lot of the horror stores.  We ARE different.  Let us prove it to you.  Let us prove that  not all recruiters are the same.  It is possible to develop a strong bond with an experienced, talented doctor recruiter. Character and integrity and professionalism are deeply- deeply important to us.  We want the opportunity to talk with you.  We believe that when you talk with us you'll be impressed and actually a little excited to start work with us--- But we also believe you'll be heartened by the fact that we really- genuinely care about making great doctor / practice matches.  We are exceptionally hardworking and paintstaking in the comprehensive nature of our recruitment strategy.  We know that one size fits all MD recruitment DOES NOT work- each and every practice is different--- but so are we.  Give us a chance- Open up to the possibility that your experience with OjO could be a breath of fresh air.

We know that being great Ophthalmology and Optometry recruiters takes a tremendous amount of time, an expansive schedule, an exceptional work ethic, excellent people skills, honesty and a genuine desire to help people-- to be a useful, helpful resource.  This is what we do.  As hard as it might be to imagine, We're Obssessed with Recruitment.  We will develop a sensible recruitment strategy that will fit within your budget and hiring parameters. 

We have a strong network of trust-based eye doctor relationships nationwide- this is the backbone of our organization.  And, we use all the latest tech tools, physician job boards, and social networking channels tech tools in order to help you find the right ophthalmologist or optometrist for your job or practice partnership position.

The American Academy of Ophthalmology Job Center / Practice Opportunities job board is a wonderful place to list your employment or partnership opportunity.  However, even the most popular ophthalmology job boards have their limitations. 


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According to an article published in March of 2017, by the AAMC, Association of American Medical Colleges the continued shortage of physicians in the U.S. could be highest between 2025 and 2030. What does this mean for practices who need to hire an ophthalmologist?

Thursday June 6, 2019...Urgent Immediate Need for a temp O.D. or Ophthalmic Tech or Ophthalmologist for a Clinical Research Study in Dallas, Texas...please connect with OjO right away if you would like to be involved.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

So if you're thinking to yourself "Where can I post jobs online for free in Optometry", or put another way "What is the best, free online OD job board?", well you found it!

Post Your Optometry Job Free with OjO! If your private practice or optometry center is searching for a great place to list your O.D. job opportunity for free, Now is the time.   Simply send your optometry job write-up or o.d. job description to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll help you get some free visibility for your optometry job opportunity.  This is a short-term offer with no strings attached.

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Here's a great List of Optometry Schools, Colleges and Programs in the U.S. and Canada.  This is a great way for optometry and ophthalmology practices to reach out to OD schools in the U.S., especially if you're interested in hiring new grad ODs.  Quick tip-- To create an account, login and post a job on all of these programs will take you quite a while.  Just a helpful DIY Recruitment tip from us.  Happy Hiring!  OjO

Many ophthalmology practices want to find and hire a great optometrist or residency trained O.D. for their practice. In addition to posting an ad on the AOA job center, you can reach out to the programs closest to you to find good, local talent.

Most of these programs offer free optometry job postings. In some cases though employers have to pay a fee to post or be an alumnus of the program.

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