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Bluebird Family Eye Care is one of eastern Idaho’s best employers. Great working environment. Training provided. Salary, benefits, career advancement and paid time off. The eye care industry is a great place to stake your career.

We have openings for the following positions in one or more of our three locations in Idaho Falls, Blackfoot and Pocatello. Please contact Michael at for more information. Please send a resume and a brief cover letter explaining your interest.


The Optician can be a licensed and certified individual (ABOC), but you do not have to be. Our Opticians professionally and diligently care for patients and assist with the selection and fitting of eyewear for patients who have been prescribed eyeglasses. You need to be knowledgeable of our frame and lens inventories and be able to match the product with the needs of the patient. You will need to assess and address each patient’s lifestyle and eye care needs. Bluebird Family Eye Care will reimburse for the cost of the American Board of Opticianry Certification. We will reimburse the cost of Testing and Continuing Education as needed.

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careers picture2Optometric Technician

Ophthalmic technicians at Bluebird Family Eye Care are responsible for providing the initial assessment for our patients using state of the art technology in an efficient, consistent, and professional manner. Technicians are an extension of our doctors and should act accordingly. We are happy to train qualified individuals for this role even if you do not necessarily have eye care experience but do have experience serving the public or working in a medical or hospital setting.

Stable, daily, weekday schedule. Salary based upon experience. You may also be taking incoming calls (everyone does) and learning the insertion and removal of contact lenses.


The receptionist could also be entitled the Bluebird Family Eye Care ‘first and last impression’. This is a critical role with all patient interactions beginning and ending with you. The Receptionist controls the smooth flow of all patients

and communication in the office. The Receptionist is the hub of the office and as such, the office will be judged largely by the image that he or she presents and the patient experience that this individual creates.

The Receptionist is also responsible for keeping the appointment book full, keeping rescheduled appointments to a minimum and patient flow smooth and efficient. Patients should feel welcome and comfortable with, and in, our office by professionally managing the patient experience from the first telephone contact, through their arrival and treatment at the office and departure with another visit scheduled.

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