JOB DESCRIPTION: Great opportunity in beautiful Albuquerque, NM!
Job Title: Dispensing Audiologist
Reports to: Practice Administrator
Date Prepared: 02-26-18
Salary: DOE (Depending on Experience)
Ear and Hearing Specialists of New Mexico, a division of Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico, is made up of a team of professionals dedicated to providing the best quality healthcare in a responsive and caring environment. We are seeking a full-time audiologist who is driven, self-motivated and passionate about helping patients hear well again. The ideal candidate must have strong clinical and counseling skills, the ability to work independently and take an active role in expanding the hearing aid practice within our dedicated hearing center. We offer great opportunities for career growth as well as competitive compensation.
Strong organization and communication skills.
Demonstrated proficiency in hearing aid dispensing to include programmable hearing aids of major manufacturers.
Must be proficient with PC’s and conventional software packages as well as programming software.
Excellent interpersonal skills that allow effective working relationships with a wide range of patients, colleagues, and vendors
Medical insurance and CPT and ICD-9-CM coding experience a plus.
Strong patient service orientation
The ability to prioritize and handle a high volume of patients
Must be able and willing to generate referrals from patients and physicians
The ability to work and interact professionally with patients, physicians and team members
Must be able to problem solve and manage the day-to-day operations of the clinic independently
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide diagnostic evaluations, counseling, and patient care to both adult and pediatric populations.
Attend to both scheduled and walk-in patients.
Report patient test results to originating referral source or appropriate staff member for tracking and documentation.
Maintain all clinical records and charts as specified by Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico
Sell hearing aids and accessories including batteries, special products, ALD'S, or any other product available through Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico.
Support clinic operations by conducting quality control analysis of incoming hearing aids and maintenance of test areas, equipment and supplies.
Achieve the clinical operational variables and the monthly and annual goals set by Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico.
Perform all services and duties in a manner consistent with Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards.
Initiate, develop and support marketing activities required to grow and sustain the patient base for the clinic.
Assist with clinic organization and efficient operations.
Continue to develop professionally through continuing education, and maintain current with professional and clinical developments with professional publications and other resources.
Perform other duties as assigned to support the well-being of the clinic and the company.
Must be able to lift boxes or equipment up to 20 pounds.
Must be able to maintain a high level of concentration even with numerous interruptions.
Must be able to spend a minimum of 8 (full time position) hours a day providing patient care.
QUALIFICATIONS WE ARE INTERESTED IN INCLUDE:
Masters in Audiology or AuD Degree
3-4 years hearing aid dispensing experience desired
Must be eligible for New Mexico state licensure
For more information about this opportunity or to submit a resume please contact Sharon McKarns at email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: We offer an attractive compensation package (salary, lucrative commission, healthcare, dental and retirement plan to qualified candidate).
About Head and Neck Surgeons of NM/Ear and Hearing Specialists of NM
Head and Neck Surgeons of New Mexico is made up of a team of professional ENT's dedicated to providing the best quality healthcare in a responsive and caring environment. With the expansion of our hearing center we are seeking a full-time audiologist who is driven, self-motivated and passionate about helping patients hear well again. The ideal candidate must have strong clinical and counseling skills and take an active role in expanding the hearing aid practice. We offer great opportunities for career growth as well as competitive compensation.