Audiologist

E.N.T. Specialty Partners View Company Profile

The Audiologist will provide diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitative audiological services to patients of all ages. Supervisory Responsibilities: Assists in supervising student interns. Duties/Responsibilities: Provides rehabilitative audiological services. Administers and interprets audiological tests, develops a treatment plan, and establishes goals for each patient. Monitors progress of recommendations and treatment plans and reassesses as appropriate. Calibrates equipment, prepares related reports, and maintains the audiological suite, materials, and supplies. Communicates with patient and family and provides counseling when appropriate. Provides case management services and makes client referrals to other social or health service agencies. Logs procedures and submits charges to the department secretary for submission to the billing department. Writes evaluation reports and daily progress notes on a timely basis. Maintains state-of-the-art knowledge in field of audiology. Prepares and presents in-service education to staff and the community. Assists in implementing and monitoring the departmentxe2x80x99s quality assurance program. Required Skills/Abilities: Manual dexterity to calibrate equipment. Ability to relate to individuals of all ages. Above-average communication, language, and interpersonal skills. Unimpaired or corrected hearing/listening skills. Skill in preparing written patient evaluations. Education and Experience: Masterxe2x80x99s degree or equivalent in audiology. Current license or eligibility for licensing as an audiologist. Certified or certification eligible by the American Speech and Hearing Association. Physical Requirements: Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. Opportunity Highlights: Become a member of one of Texasxe2x80x99s preeminent Otolaryngology practices Great collaboration between the ENTs and the audiologists Numerous growth opportunities available Competitive Base Pay w/ Commission and Bonus Structure – 100K+ income potential Commitment to work-life balance Full benefits package including 401K profit share, sign on bonus and/or relocation assistance New grads and experienced audiologists are welcome to apply About the Community: Centrally located between Dallas, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio Rapidly growing and thriving community, great for children and young adults Division I University Metro with a population around 250,000 Home to Texas A&M University and SEC Sports Desirable place to call home with affordable housing costs and excellent school systems and colleges Over 1800 acres of plush public parks and sports facilities, numerous golf courses, nature trails, and lakes for boating and fishing Our clinics are part of a growing network of ENT providers, known as ENT Specialty Partners, that provides unrivaled resources, collaboration, and expertise for our practice teams. Occupation Classification Requirements: Audiologist Individual will be responsible for performing audiology testing on adults and children, in addition to the sale and service of hearing aids.

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