iOR Partners is the undisputed leader in office-based surgery innovation. The integration of clinic and surgery in one location is the way forward to increase surgeons’ flexibility and improve the patient experience while providing the highest level of safety. With unparalleled expertise and leadership in the ophthalmology industry, iOR Partners provides a turnkey solution for office-based surgery suites. As the only company dedicated to ophthalmic office-based surgery, iOR Suites® are in 30 states and growing rapidly nationwide.

Why Work for Us?

Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed procedure in the U.S., with four million surgeries expected this year and a projected compound annual growth rate of 3-4% for the next 30+ years. Surgeons are constrained by OR capacity to keep up with patient demand. iOR Partners provides a turnkey solution for office-based surgery that allows surgeons more control and capacity to keep up with demand while utilizing the highest level of patient safety and personalized care.

iOR Partners is leading the next major shift in ophthalmology, the transition to office-based surgery.  Join our team to be a part of disrupting the way surgery is performed in the U.S. and around the world!

Benefits offered:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401(k), up to 6% match of your contribution
  • Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays

Now Hiring For:

Job Objective:

Reporting to the Director of Clinical Operations, the Clinical Operations Specialist (COS) plays an essential role in supporting the management and coordination of clinical operations within the assigned regions, working alongside the Clinical Operations Managers. The Clinical Operations Specialist collaborates with multiple iOR teams to ensure the execution of a efficient and safe OBS surgery suite and a high functioning site’s operations. This position requires a candidate with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and a commitment to maintaining high standards of clinical practice.


Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

· Collaborate with Clinical Operations Manager to establish and maintain positive relationships with physicians, administrators, practice staff, and all iOR team members.

· Continuously strive to improve customer satisfaction in our clinics by supporting the identification of areas for improvement and providing information to COM and clinic as it relates to their OBS program.

· Offer ongoing operational support and guidance to sites going through development

· Clear understanding of current Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to support clinics in questions related to compliance with federal and local guidelines

· Support all aspects of the pre-launch timeline and overseas certain milestone completion by collaborating with appropriate departments, and helping clinics prioritize activities to ensure pre-launch tasks are completed in accordance with the proposed timeline.

· Send new clinics going through OBS development with weekly reports on what needs to be completed to get the center launched.

· Collaborate cross-functionally to ensure clinics are getting the information they need to support their OBS program and develop contingency plans if needed

· Administer and fielding clinic questions related to OBS program


· Engagement in other initiatives could include participating on projects, support of clinical operations team or other teams as needed, suggesting improvements to processes or helping with redesign, and support of training initiatives

· Demonstrate appropriate decision making on matters that require approval or escalation to leadership.

· Active participant in other COS training and onboarding as needed


· A minimum of 5 years of experience in a clinical setting or healthcare administration role.

· Experience in ophthalmology required, surgical experience preferred.

· Strong organizational and time management skills.

· Excellent written, oral, interpersonal, and presentational skills.

· Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in a courteous and professional manner.

· Ability to work both independently and within a team.

· Proficiency in using computer software and willingness to embrace new technologies.

· Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office, to include Word, Excel, and Outlook.

· Understanding of basic medical terminology and coding of procedures.

· Willingness to travel up to 50%, if required.


Willingness to travel:

50% (Required)


Work location:

Remote w/ travel

Salary range:60K-75K

To apply, please email your resume to