The Department of Ophthalmology is one of 23 clinical and basic science departments within Duke School of Medicine and is one of the leading eye institutions in the world. For almost 30 years Duke Ophthalmology has been consistently ranked in the Top 10 by the US News and World Report. Our internationally-renowned clinical and research faculty are dedicated to curing eye disease worldwide though excellence in research, teaching, and patient care. We take pride in living Duke's guiding principles of trustworthiness, respect, diversity, learning and teamwork.
We offer our employees excellent benefits with numerous perks such as health care, retirement accounts, child and family benefits, employee discounts, health and wellness programs and more.
Duke Ophthalmology offers exciting employment opportunities in a variety of areas. If you are seeking a fast-paced, challenging position in an organization committed to achieving and maintaining a standard of excellence in all we do, please take a moment to explore the job opportunities here at Duke.
Working at Duke
Duke employees are part of a premier organization dedicated to excellence in education, research, and patient care. By working at Duke, we gain the opportunity and the responsibility to make a real difference in the world. Take a closer look to find out why and whether you can help contribute to the legacy of great achievement and even greater promise at Duke.
Residency or Fellowship Training
For a complete list of staff jobs and information about employment benefits and policies, please refer to the Duke Human Resources website.
Why Choose Duke Ophthalmology
- Opportunity to work alongside and collaborate with leaders in all areas of ophthalmology. We are fortunate to be a tertiary referral center for many ophthalmic conditions including; ophthalmic oncology, ocular immunology, retinal genetics and to have some of the most talented clinicians and scientists in ophthalmology at Duke.
- Access to a to all Duke University academic, clinical and basic research departments in close proximity to the main Duke Eye Center location.
- Excellent benefits package.
- In 2018, Forbes named Duke a “Best Employer in the US” - Duke ranks 18th out of 500 large companies. In addition, Duke has routinely been recognized by a variety of publications and organizations as a “Best Employer.” In nine of the last 10 years, the Chronicle of Higher Education has listed Duke as one of its “Great Colleges to Work For.”
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