Clinical audiologist needed with an interest in providing hope and help to tinnitus patients using Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT). Strong diagnostic and counseling skills needed with a background in hearing aid fittings as well.
As a family-owned practice, we place the highest value on quality relationships with our patients, our manufacturers, and our employees. To demonstrate this daily, we give our patients as much time as needed (i.e. 90 minutes for a new evaluation) to fully understand the impact their tinnitus and/or hearing loss is having on their quality of life. We know that when people feel heard, they are more likely to build a trusting relationship with their hearing healthcare provider.
As a growing practice, we are always staying abreast of the latest technology and proven tinnitus treatments. We will train the right candidate in the sound therapy methods we currently use with TRT.
-Au.D. licensed in Arizona
-5 years or more clinical experience
-Interest in tinnitus management
-Experience with major hearing aid manufacturers (Oticon, Widex, ReSound, Phonak)
Additional Salary Information: Salary plus commission and bonus structure; health insurance, 401K
About Sound Relief Hearing Center
Hearing health care isn’t just what we do. It’s who we are. Several of us have tinnitus, a few have hearing loss, and everyone has friends and family members with hearing loss and/or tinnitus. Our purpose is to compassionately and effectively help people suffering from tinnitus, hyperacusis, and hearing loss.
Did you know that most hearing practices are owned by hearing aid manufacturers? We believe these arrangements present a conflict of loyalties between the patient and the provider. As one of the few completely independent practices in Colorado and Arizona, we are free to offer our patients the best technology regardless of manufacturer.
This means our only loyalty is to our patients. Here, we give patients all the time they need to share their tinnitus or hearing loss experience. We also make sure to fully answer every question they may have. When patients leave, we want them to be more educated, feel more hopeful, and trust that they’ve truly been heard!