The Audiology Department at Massachusetts Eye and Ear is hiring a member of the Audiology leadership team. The Associate Director of Audiology Devices will manage the products aspect of our business of helping people hear. Specifically he or she will:
• Set a vision for how we manage, market and maintain consumer, medical and implanted medical devices.
• Communicate this vision within and outside the organization.
• Collaborate with our product vendors for existing and prototype products.
• Negotiate with these same vendors.
• Be accountable for evaluating the outcomes of those who use these products, and the business performance of providing them.
• Care for patients and customers.
• Know the true difference between an hearing aid and a PSAP.
• Create novel business models.
• Lead a team in direct and indirect reporting relationships.
This Associate Director is excited and creative about the changes coming to over-the-counter hearing aid provision and proactively works at identifying Audiology’s role in this near future. He or she has experience unbundling products from services. Mass Eye and Ear is a dynamic and exciting environment. People come to us from around the world, and nearby. We go to them through our urban and suburban sites, and in the community.
Minimum requirements – PhD or AuD in hearing-related field. Eligible for MA state licensure in audiology. 10 years of experience in hearing care product or provision. The incumbent must be well organized with the ability to multi-task and work under deadline pressure is essential. Professional demeanor and ability to work with highly confidential information is required. This position requires substantial ability to organize and follow through on details of concurrent tasks, set appropriate priorities, take initiative and corrective action as needed.
About Massachusetts Eye and Ear
The Massachusetts Eye and Ear is a specialty hospital dedicated to excellence in the care of disorders that affect the eye, ear, nose, throat, and adjacent regions of the head and neck. We are a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, a world-renowned research center, and we consistently rank in the top five in the nation for both specialties in U.S. News & World Report’s annual hospital survey. Visit our website at www.masseyeandear.org