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Veterans Disability Examiners - Mds, Pas, Dentists, Psychologists & Audiologists

Infinite CareNet has been contracted by the Department of Veteran Affairs, to empanel physicians for the evaluations of Veterans and Service Members for their compensation & pension benefits. 

Please consider joining our network of providers who assist in ensuring accurate and timely disposition of Veterans' health status.

We provide a state-of-the-art, online portal, to complete the Veterans Disability Benefits Questionnaires(DBQs) used to capture the essential information for evaluating disability compensation and/or pension claims.

Examinations can be provided by a physician, physician assistant or Nurse Practitioner.
The following Specialties are needed:
Psychiatry
Physical Medicine
Neurology
General Medicine
Internal Medicine
Ophthalmology
Dentists
Audiologists

  • Upon receipt of your stated interest we will forward Provider Participation Agreements, Rate Cards (indicating compensation rates for services provided) and the checklist for additional materials to return to our attention.

You may contact Layton Holcombe (615-579-8410), Monday – Saturday, from 7:30 AM to 9 PM Central Time with any questions.


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Audiologist - Au.D.

Au.D. Audiologist needed. This position is located in nearby Rutland, VT. Candidate to function as our Audiologist.
Job Description:
Serves a patient population ranging from pediatric to geriatric with a comprehensive array of professional audiological services. These services encompass the assessment and habilitation/rehabilitation of auditory and vestibular impairments, and the prevention of these impairments. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Doctorate of Audiology or equivalent degree(s) such as Masters with experience. Completion of appropriate clinical externship required. 1-3 years of clinic experience preferred. Licensed in the State of Vermont. Eligible for CCC-A or ABA Board Certification.This is a high level position so potential candidate must meet all specified requirements to be eligible for consideration. NO Sponsorship or Visa transfers, No 3rd Party Vendor Referrals, and NO foreign Based Resumes will be accepted at this time. Potential Paid Relocation within the US for ideal candidate. Immediate need and Incredible Pay offered for exceptional candidates.
Apply now to be considered for this opportunity. Email or applying directly with your resume will result in the quickest response.
Julie A. Grey
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Audiologist I And II

Job Description: State of California Employer
Department of Developmental Services
Porterville Developmental Center
California State Personnel Board Specification
Series established January 30, 1980
Scope
This series specification describes three levels in the Audiologist series.
Audiologist Series Specification

  • Class Titles and Codes
    Schem CodeClass CodeClass
    TR478273Audiologist I
    TR428299Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental Services
    TR488302Audiologist II
    Definition of Series
    Audiologists administer specialized measuring devices and tests for identification of hearing impairment to the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled; interpret and evaluate the results; provide aural rehabilitative services; give training in audiological treatment techniques to parents and employees; participate in research and development of new diagnostic and treatment techniques.
    Definition of Levels
    Audiologist I
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    This is the working level in this series. Under direction, incumbents in these classes administer diagnostic tests to identify residents with hearing impairments and to determine the nature and extent of hearing disorders; provide individual and group habilitative and rehabilitative services; prepare reports and summaries on diagnosis, prognosis, progress, and recommendations for assigned cases; confer with teachers, parents, and employees regarding progress and treatment; train parents and ward or unit employees in therapeutic procedures and methods of motivation; coordinate therapy with other treatment personnel; participate in research projects; may supervise the work of Audiologist License Applicants.
    Audiologist II
    This is the full supervisory level in this series. Under general direction, incumbents in this class plan, organize and supervise an aural rehabilitation clinic for the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled residents in a State hospital and coordinate with other therapy or instructional programs and ward or unit employees; plan, organize, and direct institutionwide screening of hearing disorders; provide individual and group aural therapy related to hearing disorders; conduct in-service training for lay and professional workers in recognition and treatment of hearing impairments and related communicative disabilities; attend clinics and keep notes; develop, direct and participate in research projects; supervise the work of a small staff of Audiologists I and Audiologist License Applicants.
    Minimum Qualifications
    Audiologist I
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    Possession of a valid license to practice audiology in California as determined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee of the California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. (Includes possession of a Master's Degree in Audiology or deemed equivalent as defined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee.) (Applicants who are in the process of securing approval of their qualifications by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee will be admitted to the examination but they must meet all the legal requirements in order to be eligible for appointment.)
    Audiologist II
    Possession of a valid license to practice audiology in California as determined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee of the California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. (Includes possession of a Master's Degree in Audiology or deemed equivalent as defined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee.) (Applicants who are in the process of securing approval of their qualifications by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee will be admitted to the examination but they must meet all the legal requirements in order to be eligible for appointment.) and Either I One year of experience performing the duties of an Audiologist I or Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental Services, inCalifornia state service.
    Or II
    Two years of experience in the diagnosis and correction of hearing disorders. (Possession of an earned doctorate in audiology or a closely related field may be substituted for the required experience.)
    Knowledge and Abilities
    Audiologist I
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    Knowledge of: Principles and practices of audiology; diagnostic and measurement techniques applicable to the evaluation of hearing disorders; physical, physiological and psychological basis of hearing impairment; principles of psychology and teaching; child growth and development of children with hearing impairment; non-oral communication systems such as sign language.
    Ability to: Administer various types of diagnostic tests measuring hearing disorders, interpret and evaluate test results; adapt remedial aural rehabilitation techniques to the needs of the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled; supervise and instruct others in audiological evaluation and treatment techniques to meet the needs of the developmentally disabled; supervise and instruct others in audiological evaluation and treatment techniques.
    Audiologist II
    Knowledge of: All of the above, and principles of effective supervision; the department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a manager's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
    Ability to: All of the above, and train, direct, and evaluate the work of others; effectively contribute to the department's affirmative action objectives.
    Special Personal Characteristics
    All Levels:
    Sympathetic and objective understanding of the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled; tolerance, tact, emotional stability; willingness to work in a State institution.
    Additional Desirable Qualification
    All Levels:
    Certification of clinical competence in audiology by the American Speech and Hearing Association.
    Drug Testing Requirement
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    Applicants for positions in this class are required to pass a drug screening test. Testing of current employees who are applicants in an examination or who are transferring is permitted only if the person does not have a current appointment to a class for which drug testing is a requirement.
    California State Personnel Board Specification
    Series established January 30, 1980
    Scope
    This series specification describes three levels in the Audiologist series.

Audiologist Series Specification

  • Class Titles and Codes
    Schem CodeClass CodeClass
    TR478273Audiologist I
    TR428299Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental Services
    TR488302Audiologist II
    Definition of Series
    Audiologists administer specialized measuring devices and tests for identification of hearing impairment to the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled; interpret and evaluate the results; provide aural rehabilitative services; give training in audiological treatment techniques to parents and employees; participate in research and development of new diagnostic and treatment techniques.
    Definition of Levels
    Audiologist I
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    This is the working level in this series. Under direction, incumbents in these classes administer diagnostic tests to identify residents with hearing impairments and to determine the nature and extent of hearing disorders; provide individual and group habilitative and rehabilitative services; prepare reports and summaries on diagnosis, prognosis, progress, and recommendations for assigned cases; confer with teachers, parents, and employees regarding progress and treatment; train parents and ward or unit employees in therapeutic procedures and methods of motivation; coordinate therapy with other treatment personnel; participate in research projects; may supervise the work of Audiologist License Applicants.
    Audiologist II
    This is the full supervisory level in this series. Under general direction, incumbents in this class plan, organize and supervise an aural rehabilitation clinic for the developmentally disabled and mentally disabled residents in a State hospital and coordinate with other therapy or instructional programs and ward or unit employees; plan, organize, and direct institutionwide screening of hearing disorders; provide individual and group aural therapy related to hearing disorders; conduct in-service training for lay and professional workers in recognition and treatment of hearing impairments and related communicative disabilities; attend clinics and keep notes; develop, direct and participate in research projects; supervise the work of a small staff of Audiologists I and Audiologist License Applicants.
    Minimum Qualifications
    Audiologist I
    Audiologist I, Departments of Mental Health and Developmental
    Services
    Possession of a valid license to practice audiology in California as determined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee of the California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. (Includes possession of a Master's Degree in Audiology or deemed equivalent as defined by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee.) (Applicants who are in the process of securing approval of their qualifications by the Speech Pathology and Audiology Examining Committee will be admitted to the examination but they must meet all the legal requirements in order to be eligible for appointment.)
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Audiologist

Job Description

Supplemental Health Care is in need of a part-time educational audiologist for the upcoming 2017-18 school year for a local school district in St. Louis, MO.

The audiologist is a professional who diagnoses, treats and manages individuals with hearing loss or balance problems. Audiologists refer patients and collaborate with physicians and other medical professionals for medical and surgical evaluation or treatments as needed.

-Consistently and accurately maintains records, utilizing documentation guidelines outlined by facility policies and procedures. May include scheduling, billing and gathering of statistics.

-Communicates and collaborates with supervisor or interdisciplinary team on patient status and needs; communicates with supervisor and Supplemental Health Care regarding issues or concerns.

-Responsible for performing tasks that are within the scope of his/her educational preparation, knowledge, and permitted by the policies and procedures of Supplemental Health Care (SHC), and other local, state, and federal guidelines; and the policies of the facility requesting the services.

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Company Description

Supplemental Health Care was founded on March 15, 1984, originally created to give healthcare organizations access to traveling psychiatric and operating room nurses and technicians.
Since that time, we have continued to expand our service and geographic footprint. Today, through our network of more than 60 local offices in major markets across the U.S. and four national divisions (Travel Nursing, Travel Allied, and Advanced Practice), we place a variety of nursing, therapy and imaging, physician, and physician assistant professionals in facilities from coast-to-coast.
Our clients include a diverse collection of healthcare facilities across a variety of clinical settings including hospital, home health, outpatient, skilled nursing, educational and correctional facilities.
Headquartered in Park City, Utah, we are proud to have earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval and to be the only healthcare staffing company quality certified by the Studer Group.

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Chief, Audiologist & Speech Pathology Services

  • The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country. Whatever the job title, every position in VA will give you a chance to make a meaningful and personal contribution to the lives of truly special and deserving people - our Veterans.

    VA professionals feel good about their careers and their ability to balance work and home life. VA offers generous paid time off and a variety of predictable and flexible scheduling opportunities. Working for VA is one of the most emotionally satisfying and professionally rewarding ways to dedicate the best within you to your Country's service.

    If you are transitioning from the military or a Veteran already, we invite you to explore the benefits of continuing your career at the VA. The VA is committed to hiring Veterans. The VA is much more than just another employer.

    It is an honorable, open and welcoming community of those who care. Gratitude is our motivation and service is our mission. The VA has adopted Core Values and Characteristics that apply universally across the Department.

    The five Core Values define "who we are," our culture, and how we care for Veterans, their families and other beneficiaries. The Values are Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect and Excellence ("I CARE")., + Internal Employees / "Permanent Charles George VA Medical Center and Asheville Mid-Atlantic Consolidated Patient Center employees" This position is located in the Audiology and Speech Pathology Service at the Charles George VAMC in Asheville, NC. The duties and responsibilities are carried out throughout the medical center including all clinical and patient care areas involved with the service.

    Incumbent is the Service Chief for the Audiology and Speech Pathology Service. Incumbent is a Service chief and has broad and overall responsibility for a service-level department as part of a medium size health care facility and its associated outpatient clinics. Incumbent manages substantive parts of the healthcare system that deliver specialized, complex, professional services, and significantly impact the care provided to veterans.

    Incumbent has responsibility for general supervision of clinical, training, and overall technical and administrative oversight for operations within the service. Clinical a. Engages in the differential diagnosis of the full range of hearing problems associated with (a) functional, (b) mixed, (c) conductive, (d) sensory, (e) neural, (f) sensorineural, and (g) central hearing loss.

    In diagnosing these problems, the incumbent conducts and interprets the complete range of specialized and refined audiologic test procedures currently available. Included also is the ability to deal professionally with patients who present with (a) inconsistent behavior, (b) conflicting test results, and (c) multiple handicaps that inhibit the utilization of normal audiologic test procedures. b. Demonstrates competence in the operation and maintenance of diverse and specialized audiometric equipment, including computer facilities and adjunct components; c.

    Evaluates patients to determine nature, type, and severity of hearing disorders and tinnitus complaints using a full range of diagnostic tests and techniques, past and current medical history, record review, and in consultation with family and other health care practitioners; d. Provides hearing aid evaluations, assessments, selection, fitting, orientation, training, and follow-up services. Evaluates functional status before and after intervention and verifies acoustic performance of hearing aids using electro-acoustic, real-ear, and functional measurements; e.

    Plans, coordinates, and implements a full range of patient-focused treatment services designed to optimize function; In carrying out administrative duties and responsibilities of this position, incumbent: a. Oversight of the clinically-related activities of the Service. b. Develops, organizes, implements, directs, manages, supervises controls, and implements policies, manuals, and procedures that guide and support the provision of care, treatment, and services. c.

    Integrates the Service into the primary functions of the organization d. Has overall responsibility for planning, assessing, and evaluating programs to ensure proper interdepartmental and intradepartmental coordination by the service and the overall delivery of health care within the facility. e. Assesses recommendations for off-site sources of needed patient care, treatment, and services not provided by the Service and communication of the recommendations to the relevant organizational authority., a.

    Citizenship.

    Citizen of the United States. (Non-citizens may be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with chapter 3, section A, paragraph 3g, this part.), (2) Education and Experience. In addition to the requirements at the GS-13 level, completion of 1 year of professional experience comparable to the next lower level directly related to the position being filled, and must fully meet the KSAs at that level. (3) Service Chief. Service chiefs have broad and overall responsibility for a service-level department, or its organizational equivalent in large, complex, or multi-division facilities.

    They manage substantive parts of medical centers that deliver specialized, complex, professional services, and significantly impact the care provided to veterans. These individuals have responsibility for general supervision of clinical and/or training programs, and overall technical and administrative oversight for operations within the service. Service chiefs develop, organize, direct, manage, supervise, control, and implement policies and procedures for complex service-level departments.

    They have overall responsibility for planning, assessing, and evaluating programs to ensure proper coordination between care delivered by the service and the overall delivery of health care within the facility. Service chiefs make decisions that affect subordinate section or assistant chiefs (if applicable), clinical, and clerical staff, and other resources associated with the department and are made with great autonomy. Their responsibilities may include full responsibility for developing and directing educational and training programs; negotiating affiliation agreements with academic partners; and setting training objectives; delegating responsibilities to subordinate section or assistant chiefs (if applicable), planning, and scheduling work; assigning work to employees; accepting, amending or rejecting completed work; assuring that production and accuracy requirements are met; appraising performance and recommending performance standards and ratings; assigning delineated clinical privileges; approving leave; and effecting all levels of disciplinary measures.

    Service chiefs exercise supervision, administrative management and direction of both professional areas in a unified audiology and speech-language pathology service or equivalent service-level department, or administrative management and program direction of other rehabilitation-related areas. Demonstrated Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: · Ability to supervise, motivate, and manage effectively a diverse clinical staff applicable to a service-level department in large, complex, or multi-division facility. · Skill in assessing qualifications and abilities of current and prospective employees. · Ability to establish and monitor productivity standards and production and performance priorities., REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Federal agencies provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.

    If you need accommodation for any part of the application process, contact the hiring agency. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis. PBI INTERVIEWS:

    Any interviews that may be conducted will utilize the Performance Based Interviewing process (PBIs). For more information on the performance based interview process, see Credentialing and Privileging: Any registered, and certified health care providers appointed to a Veterans Health Administration Medical Center must, upon acceptance of an employment offer from Human Resources, enter their employment history, education history, and all licensure/certification/registration information through the internet-based credentialing system (VetPro). VetPro ensures the consistency of the credentialing process for all employees and provides a reliable electronic data bank of health care provider credentials. This system is used nationwide by all VHA healthcare facilities in an effort to maximize patient safety.

    This prerequisite must be initiated after an employment offer has been extended. Employment commencement dates will be contingent upon the completion and approval of the VetPro credentialing/verification process. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE:

    The VA has established a Drug-Free Federal Workplace Policy. All applicants tentatively selected for VA employment in a testing designated position are subject to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment. Applicants who refuse to be tested will be denied employment with the VA for a period of six months.

    This policy extends to random testing for the use of illegal drugs by employees who occupy testing designated positions defined as sensitive in Section 7(d) of Executive Order 12564., Please use this checklist to ensure you have included other documents required for your application, such as a copy of your transcript (if using education to qualify), documentation to support Veterans Preference claims, or ICTAP/CTAP documentation (for displaced Federal employees). Veterans' Preference: When applying for Federal Jobs, eligible Veterans should claim preference for 5pt (TP), or 10pt (CP/CPS, XPP, XP), or for Sole Survivor Preference (SSP)..... click apply for full job details

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Audiologist - Orlando - Day

Audiologist- Orlando- Day

Orlando seeks to hire Audiologist who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.

Facility Profile:

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.

Department Profile:

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..

Work Hours/Shifts:

Mon- Fri 8:00p.m.- 5:00p.m

Job Summary:

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
  • CPR certificate

Job Responsibilities:

Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospital's Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organization's 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.

Job Keywords:

Audiologist, Rehabilitation

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Audiologist - Otolaryngology

Job Description:

Kaua'i Medical Clinic combines the intimacy of a neighborhood clinic with the resources of Hawai'i's largest multi-specialty medical group. The clinic currently has 88 physicians and more than 20 medical specialties.

It provides the majority of primary and secondary care to Kaua'i's residents, serving as the most comprehensive medical practice on the island. Combined with the resources and financial strength of Hawai'i Pacific Health, a multi-hospital and medical group system, we offer the benefits of working within a group practice. The main clinic is located on our affiliated Wilcox Medical Center campus, a modern 71-bed community hospital, and there are also three primary care satellite clinics in other locations around the island.

In the Otolaryngology department, our board-certified physicians specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and surgery of the ear, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck. This team of professionals oversees patients with loss of hearing or balance; sinus troubles; injuries to the ears, nose or throat; cancer and tumors of the head and neck; infections and deformities of the ear, nose, throat or neck; and foreign bodies in the upper respiratory tract.

As an Audiologist, you will play a key role in helping the Hawai'i Pacific Health hospitals and clinics provide life-changing care to inpatients and outpatients with hearing and related difficulties for at medical center locations and contract sites. We are looking for someone with qualified and compassionate patient care skills, who enjoys working with others in a team-oriented atmosphere and shares our commitment to creating a healthier Hawaii.

Location: Kauai Medical Clinic, Lihue, HI

Work Schedule: Day

  • 8 Hours

Work Type: Part Time Regular

FTE: 0.500000

Bargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining

Exempt: No

Minimum Qualifications: Current Hawaii Audiology license.

Current American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification. Current American Heart Association Heart Saver

  • AED CPR card. Three (3) years of clinical experience, appropriate to the patient population being served.

Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in Audiology.

One (1) year general audiology experience. Experience with Pediatric or Adult populations in a hospital setting.

EOE/AA/Disabled/Vets

Position Audiologist

  • Otolaryngology

Category Rehab Services

Employment Type Employee

Location Kauai Medical Clinic, Lihue, HI

Req ID 8435



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Full-Time Audiologist Santa Fe, New Mexico

Full-Time Audiologist Job Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • Job Location:Santa Fe, NM

  • Category:Schools - Audiologist


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Soliant is looking to hire an Audiologist for a Full Time Job in Santa Fe, NM. This contract job will take place within a school setting. The caseload will vary between K-12th grade students. The job will start immediately and end at the end of the school year. Job Requirements:Doctoral degree

Experience within School setting

New Mexico license or able to obtain one I would love to assist you in securing an interview if you are a Audiologist in the job market. Send current resume to Marki Jackson at or contact me by phone at

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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Hearing Aid Dispenser Or Audiologist - Manhattan, Brooklyn Or West Chester County - New York

Great sales are the result of strong purpose, conviction and pride - pride in your ability and your product. UnitedHealth Group offers a portfolio of products that are greatly improving the life of others. Bring along your passion and do your life's best work.(sm)

Given the needs of the rapidly growing and underserved hearing impaired population, hi HealthInnovations(tm) is increasing access to hearing testing and delivering high quality hearing solutions at low cost to consumers. We are expanding and looking for an Audiologist or Hearing Aid Dispenser for NYC to work in a dynamic and customer - centric environment. In this full - time, field - based position, the successful candidate will have a flexible schedule while being responsible for the following:

Primary
Responsibilities:

  • Rotate through existing clinics in designated areas
  • Provide patient care services by independently performing diagnostic evaluations, selecting appropriate amplification devices, and counseling patients and their families about hearing loss
  • Provide in - person, phone, or online support to customers, regarding hearing testing, hearing device programming and adjustments, hearing health, and counseling
  • Make ear impressions and ear molds
  • Provides a high level of customer service with a high volume of clients


Required Qualifications:

  • Strong interpersonal communication skills with customers and other professionals
  • Basic MS / Office (Word, Excel & Outlook)
  • Certification as required by state law


Preferred Qualifications:

  • 4 year degree with a 2 year apprenticeship or a Degree in Hearing Instrument Science with state hearing aid dealer's and dispenser's license, along with any state - required certifications
  • 2 years of hands - on clinical Audiology / Hearing Aid Dispenser experience
  • Expertise with National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) programming standards

Careers with Optum. Here's the idea. We built an entire organization around one giant objective; make health care work better for everyone. So when it comes to how we use the world's large accumulation of health-related information, or guide health and lifestyle choices or manage pharmacy benefits for millions, our first goal is to leap beyond the status quo and uncover new ways to serve. Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group family of businesses, brings together some of the greatest minds and most advanced ideas on where health care has to go in order to reach its fullest potential. For you, that means working on high performance teams against sophisticated challenges that matter. Optum, incredible ideas in one incredible company and a singular opportunity to do your life's best work.(sm)

Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.

Job Keywords: Hearing Aid Dispenser, Audiologist, Manhattan, Brooklyn, West Chester County, New York, NY


Associated topics: bilingual, care physician, family, family practice, general practice, nocturnist, outpatient, physician md, practice, urgent care

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Audiologist

University Health System is the proud hospital partner of the distinguished LSU Shreveport School of Medicine. University Health has two acute care hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe, and offers the latest developments in medical care in North Louisiana.

Our academic teaching hospital maintains a strong commitment to state-of-the art treatment, clinical research, community education and prevention programs. Both hospital campuses combined offer over 700 licensed beds, 28,000 annual admissions, 468,000 annual outpatient clinic visits and combined revenue of over $480 million. Specialty services include regional trauma centers, burn center, Feist-Weiller cancer center, St.

Jude affiliation and a Children's Hospital. For more information regarding University Health, please visit uhsystem.com. Audiologist We are actively recruiting for the position of Audiologist in our Rehabilitation Services department.

This position provides diagnostic and therapeutic services by assessing and treating neonate, infant, children, adolescent, adult, and geriatric hearing, balance, and screen for communication disorders. Responsibilities include but not limited to: • Defines patient hearing impairment and balance disorder by conferring with referring physician; selecting and administering electrophysiological and other relevant tests; operating diagnostic equipment; determining type and degree of hearing impairment and effects on comprehension and speech; interpreting audiometric diagnostic data; preparing written diagnostic reports. • Provides fitting of hearing aids and other assistive devices; conducting auditory training and instruction in speech and lip reading; fitting and programming cochlear plants; counseling patients and families; conducting programs in aural rehabilitation; guiding technical staff. • Maintains patient records by recording and updating evaluations, changes, progress, and treatments. • Improves quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes; implementing changes; participating in research programs; evaluating new equipment, devices, and techniques. • Provides auditory evaluations and education by measuring and studying noise conditions; conducting hearing protection and hearing loss screening programs. • Maintains supplies inventory by checking stock; anticipating needs; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt. • Maintains legal and accreditation compliance by adhering to federal, state, and local regulations, and professional standards. • Updates job knowledge by tracking trends in new techniques and approaches; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations. • Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: • Graduate of an accredited Audiology program with a doctoral degree. • Licensed in the state of Louisiana.

Please visit our website at to submit an application and upload a resume for this position. Category: Healthcare , Keywords: Audiologist



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