- Location: Rochester, MN
- Posted: Aug 2, 2019
This position attends to the Audiology departments informational and business needs, both diagnostic and hearing aid services. It provides excellent customer service (patients, staff, and manufacturers) in an effort to achieve OMCs goals and objectives.
Diagnoses and treats hearing and balance impaired patients, teaming with medical providers as needed.
Performs age-appropriate audiometric evaluations, independently.
Performs electrophysiological auditory assessment (OAE, ABR, ECoG, VEMP).
Performs balance assessment (VNG).
Performs hearing aid or cochlear implant selection, fitting, verification, and validation for pediatric and adult patients.
Performs newborn hearing screening and follow-up.
Counsels patients/families regarding hearing status and needs.
Documents patient encounters in a clear, concise, accurate, and timely manner.
Reports To: Audiologist Supervisor
Holds a master or doctoral level degree in Audiology
Holds State of Minnesota Audiology license
Meets State of Minnesota Audiology licensure requirements for hearing aid dispensing
Previous experience in clinical audiology is preferred, but residency positions may be considered under the direction of the Audiology supervisor
Holds current basic life support (CPR) certification (training is available)
Excellent communication skills required
ABR, OAE, APD and vestibular experience preferred
Amplification experience with all ages preferred
Computer skills preferred
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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Schedule: Day Shift