CEENTA has a long and storied history spanning nearly 100 years since its creation in 1923. Since that time, we have established a reputation as having premier eye and ENT care across North and South Carolina. As a member of CEENTA, you'll be a part of this legacy by playing a vital role to provide healthy services across your community, no matter what position you hold.
The list of all our open positions can be found on our Jobs page.
Once you find the job you wish to apply for, click on the “Apply” button at the bottom of the job description. It will take you to a page where you can upload your resume and an optional cover letter. You will then be taken to a page where you have to enter some personal information, then to a page with a questionnaire.
After you apply for a job you will immediately receive an email saying we received your application.
Once you apply for a job and are part of our Talent Network, our recruiters will review your application and will notify you of the next step in the hiring process.
Yes. At the top of our jobs page is an option to sign up for job alert emails. Once you enter your information and tell us what sort of job you’re looking for, you will be entered into our Talent Network. Through our network you will receive alerts about new job opportunities that match your interests, as well as relevant communications and updates from our organization. You will also be able to share job opportunities with family and friends through social media or email.
CEENTA has continually demonstrated excellence across our multiple departments. Our awards include Top Place to Work, Charlotte's Best Hearing/Audiology Center, Healthiest Employers of Greater Charlotte, and Practice of the Year. A complete list of our awards can be found on our Awards page.
"My son just turned 1 year old and in the last two months his right eye was turning in. Our pediatrician said he should have his eyes tested so we brought him to see Dr. McKee. He tested his eyes and he needed glasses. We put his glasses on and got him home, and he walked for the first time, taking seven steps. He never walked before because he couldn’t see. It was an emotional moment for us."