• Audiologist

    Location US-WA-Redmond
    Posted Date 1 week ago(8/7/2018 1:22 PM)
    Job ID
    Experience (Years)
    Professionals - Audiologist
  • Responsibilities


    Join a team of dedicated Audiologists in Seattle, Washington’s, Eastside area


    Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic, Inc., is looking for a full-time Doctor of Audiology to be part of a nationally recognized, established, and highly qualified team. Candidates should be willing to work in a fast paced practice, be self-motivated, organized, and be able to work both alone and in a team setting. The ideal canidate must be strong clinically and have the ability to effectively counsel while building patient rapport.


    Evergreen is looking for practitioners who believe that the patient’s outcome and progress are paramount. It is important that the applicants show a willingness to learn and help develop the clinic’s programs to bring it to the next level.


    Should be competent in both pediatric and adult assessment. Audiologist should be comfortable with dispensing hearing instruments. Should be knowledgeable in Auditory Brainstem Testing, Otoacoustic Emissions Testing, Immitance Assessment, and Videonystagmogoraphy.


    Those who apply should possess a Doctorate Degree in Audiology (AuD). Basic computer skills, a commitment to learning and excellence and program development are all essential tools.



    About the clinic:

    Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic is a full service private practice in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond, Washington.


    The clinic, established in 1979 is dedicated to the assessment and non-medical rehabilitation of those with communication needs.


    The Hearing program at Evergreen consists of a team of highly motivated and dedicated Audiologists with a collaborative approach to diagnostics and program development. Audiologists work with the pediatric and adult populations.


    To learn more about the team, therapies, locations, and approaches please visit www.everhear.com.


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