Would you like the opportunity to change people’s lives? Would you like to do that while working in a positive, team-oriented environment? If so, this might be the perfect fit for you!
Moore Hearing is a successful, established practice that has been serving patients in the area for over 12 years. They are seeking a talented, full-time VA Audiologist who will be responsible for diagnostic audiology services, cerumen management (via curette, lavage & suction) for mainly Veteran patients and for those needing C&P Exams. The VA Audiologist will provide hearing aid evaluations, hearing aid selection and fittings, verifications and follow ups. This outstanding practice has many years of experience in the industry and has built up a reputation that soars past the competition. They are looking for a hardworking, team oriented Audiologist to make a difference, and change the lives of every patient that enters their practice. This position offers a competitive salary, wonderful benefits, and potential relocation costs.
An experienced team built around a culture of professional growth and knowledge sharing
Moore Hearing has established a strong database and loyal following of satisfied patients based on outstanding services, and exemplary patient care
The environment can be described as positive, professional, and low stress
They support innovative thinking, and value the team like family
Perform diagnostic audiologic patient care utilizing audiology and tympanometry testing procedures
Provide amplification services including, hearing aid assessments, fittings and real ear measurements
Coordinate and interpret test results along with recommendations to physicians
Aural Rehabilitation and counseling
Community outreach and education/talks/presentations as needed
You Will Need:
Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.)
State licensure in Montana
Excellent and respectful interpersonal skills including listening and problem solving abilities
Strong keyboard and computer skills
Knowledge of various major hearing aid technologies and software
Strong organizational and time prioritizing abilities
Attention to detail is critical
***Special note: This position is not with Starkey Hearing Technologies. It is for a position with a Starkey Hearing Technologies partner.***
Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Starkey Laboratories, Inc. is dedicated to engineering innovative hearing instruments that are increasingly smaller, more powerful and easier to use. Our Eden Prairie campus currently covers over 400,000 square feet of space across 5 buildings. Starkey is committed to expanding our operations on campus to help insure the continued delivery of successful products to m...arket, like our latest S Series with Sweep Technology.
While research and product development are the heart of our company it is the dedicated employees who are the soul. Our employees are the reason we can provide our patients and partners with superior customer service, while supporting our community as well. We believe that rewarding individual contributions nourishes the overall success of the company. When you join our team, we make sure you have the tools you need to reach your full potential; and with 35 Starkey facilities in 25 countries around the world the possibilities are endless.