AHAA

Audiologist

US-FL-Coral Springs
6 hours ago
Job ID
2017-4542
Experience (Years)
3
Company
Audiologist
Category
Professionals - Audiologist

Overview

We are a growing hearing healthcare practice in Florida which is currently seeking a part time Audiologist with the possibility of growing to a full time position.  Candidate should be driven, self-motivated, and passionate about helping patients hear well again. The ideal candidate must be clinically strong in pediatrics and adults and have the ability to effectively counsel patients while building patient rapport. When joining an AHAA-affiliated practice you will have the opportunity to work in a privately-owned practice (non-franchised) and the benefit of continuous training, coaching,, development as well as paid CEU’s.  If you are open to learning new fitting processes that are designed for today’s educated consumer in a rapidly changing marketplace and desire access to industry leading resources to insure you are providing high quality instruments and services to your patients, then please contact us today!

Responsibilities

Daily tasks and responsibilities

  • Establish rapport with, and gather history from, patients; conduct audiometric testing for pediatrics and adults; counsel patients; and make recommendations for hearing aids.
  • Make ear impressions, ear molds, and order instruments.
  • Program hearing aids using a computer.
  • Fit hearing aids and assist with any adjustments, questions or problems.
  • Maintain documentation and patient files.

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • Doctorate Degree in Audiology.
  • Active and current hearing aid dispensing license in Florida.

 

The successful Audiologist will also possess the following:

  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • The ability to work in a team environment
  • The ability to interact professionally at all times with patients, physicians, and team members.

 

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