Audiologist Job Description Sample
Supplemental Health Care is currently seeking a Part-time educational Audiologist for a local school district in St. Louis, MO. The Audiologist will provide services to students in a variety of early intervention and educational settings. This opportunity is for the 2017 to 2018 school year. Responsibilities include: -Diagnose, treat and manage students with hearing loss or balance problems.
Provide evaluations to follow with the student s IEP and treatment plans.
Compiles reports and results in accordance with school policies.
Communicates evaluation findings and feedback to faculty and family.
Able to establish goals and assist with the student s continued growth.
Conduct routine and specialized auditory and vestibular assessment and record presence of disease or abnormality. Quick Apply today or call Josh Meyers at 314-###-#### for more information!
-1 year of experience in school setting
Master s degree from an accredited school of audiology
Valid, active license to practice as an Audiologist in Missouri
Must have 3 consistent days of availability for the entire school year
Associated topics: bilingual, care physician, clinic, family medicine, family practice, general practice, nocturnist, outpatient, physician md, practice
Audiologist - Orlando - Day - On Call
Audiologist - Orlando Day
Orlando seeks to hire Audiologist who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.
Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the Southeast, the Caribbean and South America. Florida Hospital Orlando houses one of the largest Emergency Departments and largest cardiac catheterization labs in the country. We are already one of the busiest hospitals in the nation, providing service excellence to more than 32,000 inpatients and 125,000 outpatients each year.
The Pediatric Rehabilitation Center is located in the Florida Hospital Orlando Health Village. This new, state-of-the-art facility focuses solely on the treatment of pediatric patients with learning and/or physical disabilities resulting from injury, illness or congenital reasons.
Services offered include physical and occupational therapy, speech-language therapy and audiology services. Therapy sessions are tailored to be both fun and functional, promoting carryover into the home, school and community environments. Our therapists provide education to parents, allowing them to learn techniques to use in the home environment to ensure the successful recovery of the patient..
On call position. One to two days per month for cochlear mapping and assessment. Must have pediatric cochlear experience
Provides direct and indirect services to all specific age groups. Utilizes process improvement in achieving the goals of the Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Department.
Adheres to the Florida Hospital Corporate Compliance Plan and to all rules and regulations of all applicable local, state and federal agencies, and accrediting bodies. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
Knowledge, Skills, Education, & Experience Required:
Doctoral degree in Audiology
Entry-level professional competency and commitment to patient oriented practice
Desire to learn and upgrade clinical skills
Basic computer skills to include Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows (Preferred)
Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required:
Current valid State of Florida license as an Audiologist
Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospitals Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organizations Performance Excellence Program
Evaluates patients, interprets results accurately and provides a written report with recommendations within guidelines.
Completes financial agreements and follows up with the patient in a professional and courteous manner.
Documents accurately, completely and timely with legible handwriting. Uses measurable and objective terminology following standards of practice, insurance guidelines and department/hospital policy and procedures.
Charges patients accurately, timely and legibly according to guidelines of CPT code format, price file, and following insurance guidelines.
Utilizes appropriate approach and communication skills for the population served, which may include: Neonate/Infant (birth Identifies the need for patient/caregiver teaching and utilizes each opportunity for teaching on a planned or spontaneous basis. Documents education and understanding as appropriate.
Participates in practice changes as a result of performance improvement activities. Supports quality standards and initiatives set by the department.
Willingly adjusts and adapts to changes in patient census by altering working hours to assist in other centers/programs as appropriate and observed by manager.
Practices principles of employee and patient safety when performing daily job activities via observation.
Complies with FH Compliance Plan, rules and regulations of all local, state, and federal agencies, and with the standards of all accrediting bodies and payers as evident through documentation reviews, tracers and rounds results. Takes responsibility for the environment of care by monitoring and taking action as needed.
If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the Audiologist opportunity with Orlando and apply online today.
Audiologist Or Hearing Instrument Specialist SC / NC
Join a growing professional network of fast paced clinics that focus on providing our patients the absolute best care in the hearing health industry. Our patient centric approach is second to none and we are looking for individuals who share and embrace that passion to join our team. We are primarily a dispensing clinic, so a background in hearing aid sales is required. We have locations in the Carolina's as well as FL and continue to grow across the southeast.
- Greet patients and establish common ground through case history, conduct thorough audiometric testing and make recommendations for hearing aids that are appropriate for patient’s loss;
- Proven track record of hearing aid sales
- Establish connections with local physicians and assist in marketing of clinic in local area;
- Professional interaction with patients & physicians;
- Cooperation in marketing campaigns
- Provide ethical patient care and ensure patient receives appropriate aftercare and verification of fit
- Working with staff to meet or exceed office goals
- Maintain neat and organized office environment
- Master's Degree and/or Doctorate of Audiology or State hearing aid dispensing license;
- Mastery of knowledge and understanding of hearing aid products and service;
- Minimum of 1 year fitting and dispensing hearing products and providing patient care;
- Sales expertise in helping patients in the process of choosing amplification
- Passionate about helping people hear better!
We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Audiologist - Hearing Instrument Specialist
Optimal Hearing Systems, Inc., is an organization with 50+ year track record of excellence in professional, service-based sales. Currently in its 3rd generation of family-based management, we are continuing to grow by hiring and training only those professionals who understand the process involved in building a values-based business. Please apply if you possess each of the following Core Values:
- Enthusiasm - Do you show up for work ready to conquer the world?
- Integrity - Do you know the difference between doing things right, and doing the right thing?
- Professionalism - Dedicating yourself to a new profession will take time, effort, and energy on your part. Training is an ongoing process and we will always improve.
- Drive - Do you have "batteries already included?" We are not micro-managers. We expect professionals to understand what is required of them, and execute to the best of their ability. Improve. Then execute again.
- Empathy - Do you understand, or could you learn, what it's like to live with hearing loss? Understanding the psychology of the hearing impaired is critical in our industry.
If you feel as though you meet these Core Values, then please apply for this position. If one, or any, of these does not apply to you, then it may be best to look elsewhere. This is a very challenging, yet equally rewarding position. We have some of the highest compensated professionals in the industry in our organization. However, this does not happen by accident, or overnight. We hire, train, and develop "A" level players who want to work with, and learn from other "A" level players.
This position requires a unique professional who is looking for more than the status quo. The ideal candidate for this position understands the needs of the hearing impaired, and is willing to do what it takes to ensure they are well taken care of. This candidate understands that this business is not one of pushy sales and poor follow-up, opting rather for a position of professional excellence and knowing that if the patient is treated with the care, competence, and respect they deserve, then the sales will follow. The ideal candidate knows that this is a business, and fittings must be done with the pride and skill of a master craftsman, not an order taker.
If you enjoy being a part of your community, and promoting healthy hearing to the 75% of the community that is in need of our services, then this is the position for you. If you prefer to be the Maytag repairman, awaiting someone to call you for help, then you should perhaps look elsewhere.
Optimal Hearing is a unicorn in the hearing industry. Currently enjoying its 3rd generation of management in the same family, it still adheres to the principles outlined by its founder, Billy Pitt, over 55 years ago. Large enough to support a growing and professional workforce, yet small enough to maintain its "family" feel, working at Optimal Hearing is a career that brings with it the peaks and troughs, laughs and cries, that is missing in many companies.
We are an organization with over 50 years of continuous practice. The knowledge that has been earned from this extended practical experience is shared through our initial training and continuous education system. Our experience gives the sales professional new to the hearing aid industry an exceptional competitive advantage in the market place and provides your patients superb results from the very beginning of your practice. At Optimal Hearing the theory you learn has been proven in the crucible of real life; we teach applied knowledge. This is why our sales force is the highest income earning sales force in the industry.
Role Purpose: The Audiologist, under the supervision of the Patient Care Supervisor, provides hearing evaluations, site-of-lesion testing for diagnostic purposes, and habilitative and rehabilitative services for hearing-impaired patients.
Responsibilities: 1. Perform audiologic evaluation and patient counseling in communicative disabilities. 2.
Administer and interpret audiologic site-of-lesion testing. 3. Administer electro physiologic site-of-lesion tests, such as ENG and BAER, if necessary. 4. Select, evaluate, and fit hearing-aids; orient patients to hearing-aid use; perform ear mold modifications and minor hearing-aid repairs/adjustments for enhancement of hearing-aid performance. 5.
Obtain quality ear mold impressions for swim plugs, noise protectors, and hearing-aid ear molds. 6. Perform tinnitus analysis and provide instruction in use of tinnitus maskers. 7. Present in-service training and informational programs to other clinic departments and to outside agencies/organizations. 8.
Travel to satellite clinics and hospitals for audiologic consultations. 9. Provide consultation and testing services for industrial hearing-conservation programs. 10. Calibrate and maintain equipment; order all necessary supplies. 11.
Perform accurate administrative functions, such as record keeping, submission of charge slips, etc. 12. Provide test results and appropriate recommendations to referring physicians and agencies. 13. Conforms to appropriate infection control policies in their contacts with patients and with blood and body fluids (i.e. practice good Universal Precautions). 14. Performs other duties as assigned. ## Qualifications
Required: 1. Master’s degree in Audiology. 2.
Current possession or eligibility for State of Wisconsin Audiology Licensure. 3. Strong interest in medical center audiology.
Essential Physical Functions: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 1. Ability to sit for extended periods and to move quickly between tasks. 2.
Ability to hear and converse on the phone and in person. 3. Ability to see fine print and to use the computer. 4. Ability to perform fine motor tasks, such as when working with instruments, performing other patient care tasks, writing, computer or phone tasks. 5. Ability to safely lift up to 20 pounds and to push/pull up to 100 pounds when working with equipment, pushing wheelchairs or assisting with patient handling tasks. 6. Ability to bend/twist and crouch when performing various job tasks. About SSM Health Dean Clinic- Based in Madison, Wis., Dean Clinic consists of a network of more than 60 clinics in south-central Wisconsin. Our more than 500 physicians provide primary, specialty and tertiary care in the clinics as well as eye care through our Davis Duehr Dean locations. Dean Clinic also offers urgent care services and operates outpatient surgery centers. Dean Clinic joined SSM Health in 2013. Organization: SSM Health Dean Medical Group
- Primary Location:* Wisconsin-Madison-SSM Health Dean Medical Group
- Work Locations:* SSM Health Dean Medical Group
- West (D0119) 752 N. High Point Road Madison, 53715 Job: Advanced Practitioner
- Req ID:* 17015077
Description Purpose: Performs clinical tests of hearing or hearing-related functions for the assessment of hearing abilities and/or for purposes of contributing to medical diagnoses of hearing and other neurological disorders, interprets and counsels patient as per the implications of the findings and, in appropriate cases, provides rehabilitative services primarily involving the use of hearing aids and other assistive listening technology.
· Demonstrates basics of service excellence towards patients, visitors, staff, peers, physicians, and other departments. · Administration of routine Audiology tests. · Interpretation of test findings and management. · Using appropriate test methods, selects appropriate hearing aids for potential or known wearers, evaluates success with use of instrument, and provides counseling in the use of the instrument. · Performs additional hearing-aid related services. · The audiologist shall demonstrate competence in administering no less than 5 tests beyond the basic audiologic test battery. · The audiologist is expected to participate in no less than one public hearing screening program per year or other extramural public relation program of similar time commitment. · Performs other special duties: it is generally expected that an audiologist will develop some special skill and share this skill by accepting a special responsibility. · The audiologist is expected to contribute to no less than two hours per year of didactic instruction to medical students or residents or ten hours per year of supervision of residents or Audiology Students. · Takes part in clinical research projects as requested by the Director. Responsible for data collection, analysis, and written descriptions. · Sees that test equipment he/she uses is well maintained by being observant of signs of malfunctioning and reporting problems to the Senior Audiologist, Director, or Practice Manager. Qualifications Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology or meet certification requirements of American Academy of Audiology.
NY State Hearing aide dealers registration required. REQNUMBER: 170000WU
Job Details Master's Degree To ensure that clinical Audiological services are administered and completed in a timely, accurate and reliable manner. Those served include inpatients and outpatients, patients requiring care in the home, nursing home patients, United Health Services Hospitals staff, employees affiliated with UHS Inc., vendors, and community groups as needed. Priority is given to services which directly affect patients and students. Must have a Master's Degree in Audiology and NYS License or eiligible. Category: Other Professionals
Facility:* UHS Hospitals
Schedule:* Full Time
Bi-Weekly Hours:* 80 Shift: Days
Salary:* Depending Upon Experience
Audiologist - Washington TWP NJ, Per Diem
Job Summary: Audiologist assesses, identifies and manages disorders of the auditory system in neonates, infants, toddlers, schools-age children, adolescents, and adults to age 21.
Methods of assessment include pediatric behavioral audiometric techniques, tymanometry, otoacoustic emissions, brainstem auditory evoked response testing, and central auditory processing testing. When a patient is identified with hearing impairment, the audiologist assists in recommending an amplifications system, shares pertinent information with the child and family, referring physicians, and educational specialists, and provides follow-up services when indicated.
Skill in problem solving. 2. Skill in computer hardware and software use. 3. Skill in verbal and written communication. 4.
Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives. 5. Skill in analyzing situations accurately and taking effective action. 6. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with physicians, employees, policy-making bodies, third-party payers, patients, family members, referring providers. 7.
Skill in organizing work, making assignments, and achieving goals and objectives. 8. Skill in exercising judgment and discretion in developing, applying, interpreting, and coordinating departmental policies and procedures. Abilities: 1.
Ability to use audiology medical equipment, supplies and instruments. 2. Ability to understand and carry out written, oral and/or graphic instructions. 3. Ability to multi-task, manage details and organize efficiently and effectively. 4.
Ability to read, interpret, and apply policies and procedures. 5. Ability to set priorities among multiple requests. 6. Ability to interact with patients, medical and administrative staff, and the public effectively. 7.
Ability to use EMR, other relevant computer hardware and software, telephone, copier, fax machine and other standard medical office equipment. Training & Education: Master’s Degree in Audiology from an accredited facility.
Experience: Required: Clinical Fellowship in Pediatrics. Desired: Minimum 2 years Pediatric Experience Supervisory Responsibility: N/A Required Licenses:
Current State Audiology nursing license. Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology. Current CPR certification.
Job:Therapy and Rehabilitation
Title:AUDIOLOGIST - Washington TWP NJ, Per Diem
The staff Audiologist will have the education, knowledge and skill to provide in-patient and/or out-patient services, focusing on diagnosing hearing loss for all pediatric ages. They work closely with the child, his/her family, speech pathologists, school personnel,specialists, and physicians to recommend and implement a plan which enhances a child's functional hearing to facilitate learning and development. Cook Children's audiologists also specialize in serving children who have been unable to complete routine audiology testing in traditional settings. Audiology services provided include: behavioral audiometry, auditory brainstem response, otoacoustic emissions, infant newborn hearing screenings, evaluation and selection of hearing aids (includes dispensing, testing and repairs), FM systems, other assistive listening devices, custom ear plugs for swimming and noise protection, and cochlear implants. The position shall include patient and caregiver education and consultation to other professionals, clinics and agencies, both within Cook Children's Health Care System and within the community. Documentation and correspondence pertaining to these services shall follow department and system policies.
- Clinical Doctorate degree in Audiology or PhD in Audiology
- Pediatric experience preferred.
Licensure, Registration, Certification:
State license for Audiology
Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology (ASHA) or Board Certified in Audiology (ABA) or eligible to apply for Certificate, which must be obtained within 12 months of hire to maintain employment at Cook
Cook Children's is an EOE/AA - Minority/Females/Disability/Vet
Audiologist Location: Anchorage, AK Department:
Audiology Schedule: Regular Part Time Shift: Varied Shifts Hours: 20 Job Details:
- Southcentral Foundation is seeking to hire an experienced AUDIOLOGIST in our fast-growing Medical Services Division! Southcentral Foundation (SCF) is seeking to hire an experienced Audiologist to join our dynamic Medical Services Division!
SCF is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization located on the Alaska Native Health Campus serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people (customer-owners) living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley and 55 rural villages. Audiologist: The right candidate will provide direct audiological services in support of the overall objectives of the SCF audiology program. Daily Duties and Expectations: • Obtains information accurately and completely in order to determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan: o Performs basic audiological tests necessary for evaluating the degree and nature of hearing disorders.
This includes special site-of-lesion testing such as immittance audiometry, electonystagmography (ENG), auditory brainstem response testing (ABR) and other specialized diagnostic procedures. o Provides audiological customer-owner assessment and individualized treatment planning for ENT and Pediatrics departments. Performs special needs services such as 3-year old developmental screening clinics and hearing screening of high-risk neonates. o Performs comprehensive hearing aid evaluations and assistive listening device evaluations. Ensures adequate and effective follow-up of all rehabilitation efforts. o Addresses issues related to health maintenance, disease prevention and health education. o Orders appropriate diagnostic evaluations in order to make a sound decision regarding treatment for the customer-owner. o Counsels and instructs customer-owners and family members either directly or refers to the appropriate personnel.
Utilizes consultants appropriately in care provision. o Provides consultation to regional medical facilities to insure follow-up treatment, discharge planning and other services as needed. • Provides education to enable customer-owners to assume the responsibility for self-care and to provide customer-owners and family members with appropriate information regarding home care. • Comprehensive knowledge of assessment and evaluation of hearing disorders and the impact upon communication, health, vocation, socialization for the individual and family including experience with ABR, OAE and ENG test administration and interpretation. • Applies knowledge of appropriate treatment and referral options based on assessment and evaluation of hearing disorders. • Synthesizes knowledge of otologic diseases and the audio logic evaluation to assist physicians and other health care professionals in proper diagnosis and treatment. • Experience in aural rehabilitation procedures to ensure appropriate amplification, counseling and therapy to individuals and families. • Applies current knowledge in audiologic trends for hearing aid fittings, including real ear measurement, programmable hearing aids, earmold modifications and electro-acoustic modifications, as demonstrated by clinical experience and continuing education. • Works in a no-pressure sales environment. • Comprehensive knowledge of 1974 Privacy Act is required as use of customer-owner record is an integral part of the position and privacy of individuals must be protected to the fullest. • Maintains quality, safety and infection control standards. Qualifications for Audiologist: • Doctorate or Master's degree in Audiology from an accredited university audiology program. • Valid Alaska License OR must obtain prior to start date. • Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology (CCC-A) OR its equivalency. Imagine working for an entire people, instead of a business.
SCF can give you that job satisfaction. Come join our innovative, cutting edge, award-winning health care organization expanding the frontier of health care! Salary DOE with outstanding Benefits package including an employer matched 401(k) plan and participation in the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Program. For additional information, please visit our website at: https://www.southcentralfoundation.com/employment/benefits/ To express interest in the Audiologist opportunity, please apply online at: https://www.southcentralfoundation.com/employment/job-openings/ OR contact the Southcentral Foundation Recruiting Team at (907) 729-4977.
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