Work at AOA

A career with the AOA is an incredible opportunity to support member doctors of optometry, paraoptometrics, students, affiliates and other stakeholders through advocacy, education, patient care, practice tools, and public awareness.

At the AOA we strive for success, innovation and creating a positive culture. As AOA employees we value accountability, collaboration, commitment to service, and professionalism. We are responsible for our actions that influence and impact our members, our state associations, and our AOA staff colleagues. We work as a team and promote communication and cooperation inside and outside of the association to help our members succeed.

With every phone call, email and meeting we provide exemplary service to our members. We are part of a highly respected national organization committed to helping our members deliver essential care, safeguard sight, improve health, save lives, create opportunities and strengthen communities across the country. 

Employment Hiring

AOA is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. We value our employees for their unique talents and abilities. We embrace and encourage our employee’s differences in backgrounds, experiences, race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, family or marital status, physical, mental and/or intellectual abilities, age, military or veteran status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliation, and socio economic status. All employees are valued for their individual differences and the unique contributions that help us achieve our business goals.

Work at the AOA

Interested in joining our team? Check out our open positions to see if your skills are a good fit!
Related News

Nearly 10% Medicare pay cuts loom without Congress’ action

Congressional action is needed to stave off a trio of pay cuts totaling almost 10% of Medicare physicians’ reimbursement. Here’s how you can help.

Is your website in compliance with the ADA?

Website accessibility is still trying to catch up with the Americans with Disabilities Act, first passed 30 years ago. As the courts or Congress work it out, learn how doctors of optometry might navigate the indecision.

How to identify signs of abuse

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Do you know the federal and state requirements for reporting suspected abuse among your patients?