Career Opportunities

The Indiana Eye Clinic has grown into one of the largest ophthalmology practices in Indiana. Our success depends upon high-performing people working together in a safe and healthy workplace where diversity, development and teamwork are valued and recognized. We believe in:

  • Diversity, development and teamwork
  • Open communication and ethical conduct
  • Effective leadership and personal accountability
  • Respect for the capabilities of all employees

Valuing diversity means drawing upon and respecting the unique characteristics, skills, experiences and qualifications of all our employees. Please contact us at careers@indianaeyeclinic.com if you are interested in learning about career opportunities at IEC.

Employee Benefits

Physical Health and Wellness

  • Medical coverage – two options
  • Prescription drug
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision plan
  • Flexible spending account
    • Health reimbursement
    • Dependent reimbursement
    • Short-term disability
    • Wellness program

Financial Health

  • Employee 401K
  • Employer profit sharing plan
  • Employer cash balance plan

Career Health

  • Continuing Education Program

Life Balance

  • Paid time off – vacation, personal and sick days
  • Holiday pay

We are always interested in qualified candidates and keep resumes on file. You may send a resume by fax or email: (317) 887-4012 or careers@indianaeyeclinic.com.

EEO Policy
The Indiana Eye Clinic is committed to equal employment opportunity. Our employment practices will be conducted in a manner that will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of age, race, color, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability..


Current Job Listings

Responsible for greeting patients and guests to ensure everyone feels welcomed. Accurately maintains privacy of patients’ information and records. View Listing
This person will work closely with an Ophthalmologist or Optometrist, gathering patient information necessary to complete a diagnosis.  Medical Assistants often see the patient before the doctor, and they are often responsible for preparing the patient for the exam and beginning the examination with standard tests and measurements.  Career Training Path available for motivated individuals to become Certified Ophthalmic Assistants and Technicians. View Listing
This individual is responsible for performing an extensive number of data collection functions, as delegated by the physician, to allow for proper professional diagnosis of patients’ conditions. View Listing