AIB, due to expansion of its hospital and medically based operations, has an opening in the East Pasco/Hillsborough counties. This is a career track position, which offers the opportunity to work in a highly rewarding environment with top clinicians and researchers. Responsibilities will include all aspects of audio-vestibular diagnostics including: ABR, EcoG, VNG, VEMP, vHIT, Rotary Chair, VAT, and VORTEQ. Additionally, there is a large treatment population for Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers, home-based Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy, and collaboration with AIB Certified Physical Therapists. Limited to no amplification. Candidates should possess excellent verbal and written skills, upbeat and collegial personality, and a commitment to lifelong learning. Doctors of the AIB work independently and must maintain the highest level of professionalism with the medical and lay communities. Although we would prefer candidates with experience in vestibular assessment, as a professional-education organization, AIB possesses the ability to provide world-class training and on-going support to ensure the highest level of patient care. AIB will provide complete and thorough training to qualified candidates prior to independent patient care. Visit www.dizzy.com to learn more about AIB.
Interested candidates may send their resume in confidence to Drs. Richard Gans, CEO, and Sara Jagger, Chief Medical Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, respectively.
AIB is recognized as the leading diagnostic, treatment and educational research center in vestibular and equilibrium sciences since 1992. AIB clinics are typically located within rehabilitation-based or hospital facilities promoting the AIB philosophy of a comprehensive, inter-disciplinary approach to patient care. There are currently six AIB clinic locations in the greater Tampa Bay and Orlando areas. The Institute’s main campus and educational center is located in Largo Florida.