The Yale Hearing and Balance Center currently has a full-time clinical faculty opening at Yale Hearing and Balance located within the Department of Surgery, Section of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at Yale School of Medicine.
This position offers an exciting opportunity to work in a renowned medical center providing comprehensive audiologic services. We are searching for an audiologist to provide clinical care both in New Haven and satellite offices. We evaluate and treat patients of all ages with comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitation audiologic services. Yale Hearing and Balance Center provides vestibular and electrophysiologic evaluations (VNG, VEMP, EcoG, ENOG and ABR), cochlear implants, BAHA, tinnitus management and dispensing hearing aids. Additionally, we are a comprehensive diagnostic testing center and provide services for the Department of Otolaryngology.
We are seeking an energetic and motivated clinical audiologist with excellent interpersonal skills looking to work in a team environment. Ideal candidates should be willing to learn new skills, assist in the educational development of audiology and medical students and provide outstanding clinical services. An interest in clinical research is preferred.
Yale University offers extraordinarily competitive and comprehensive benefits, as part of a long-standing commitment to the health and well-being of its faculty. For details visit www.yale.edu/hronline.
Masters or doctoral degree in audiology
Connecticut state audiology license or eligible for certification
3 years of clinical experience is preferred
About Yale Hearing and Balance Center
The Yale Hearing and Balance Center provides world class, comprehensive hearing and balance services for adults and children. Our caring team of multidisciplinary specialists offers innovative solutions to diagnostic, treatment, and management techniques for a range of congenital and acquired disorders, including hearing impairments, tinnitus, aural atresia, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo BPPV), cholesteatoma, and hearing loss.
All our audiologists are certified, Connecticut State licensed, and highly experienced at performing a variety of leading-edge diagnostic tests.
As faculty of the Yale School of Medicine Department of Surgery, our team members are among the best in their fields of research and practice. While their dedication to helping adults and children with hearing and balance disorders is apparent through the compassion and commitment they bring daily to patients, their research has helped advance the science of hearing and balance so that adults and children everywhere can lead better lives.