Full-time (80 hours per pay period), days, eligible for full benefits.
This position is open to BC/BE candidates interested in practicing in a rural setting with the benefits of University affiliation and modern equipment. The practice includes collaboration with practicing otolaryngologists and full service audiology, otoacoustic emissions testing, and awake and sedated auditory brainstem response testing. Work/life balance is a priority in order to enjoy the many outdoor and cultural pleasures of living in a small college town in Vermont.
The clinical Audiologist is responsible for providing direct audiological services to patients in all age groups, including diagnostic testing, counseling and rehabilitation. These services are offered primarily in the outpatient setting and inpatient as needed.
Provides high quality direct audiological services for adult and pediatric patients.
Communicates appropriate information/training to physician, patients, families, school personnel and other appropriate staff and caregivers. Communicates with referring providers and other professionals with regard to patient care.
Completes indirect activities including tasks that contribute to the financial performance of the care site.
Demonstrates dedication to personal and professional growth.
Actively participates in Quality Improvement Process.
About Porter Medical Center & Middlebury, Vermont Porter Medical Center includes a 25-bed critical access hospital, 98-bed skilled nursing facility, and network of primary care and specialty medical offices located in and around Middlebury, Vermont. As the second largest employer in the county, we consider our employees to be our greatest resource. Our mission is to improve the health of our community, one person at a time. We accomplish this mission with compassion and excellence. While focusing on our rural community, Porter’s ties to the UVM Medical Center offer opportunities to collaborate academically if desired.
Porter Medical Center enjoys a spectacular view of the Green Mountains, with winter skiing at the College-owned Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic center and every other season offering hiking, cycling, sailing, boating, fishing, hunting, nature adventures and more. Porter Medical Center is adjacent to the Middlebury College campus, one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation, with outstanding programs in athletics, foreign languages, and fine arts. Middlebury is a classic small New England town with excellent dining and shopping options. Learn More If your goal is to practice audiology in a rural, yet sophisticated, college town and become part of a vibrant professional community committed to family and your own personal development, please submit an application or contact Hollie Bachilas, HR Recruiter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master's Degree or Clinical Doctorate in Audiology.
Must have either a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association. (ASHA) or have American Board of Audiology (ABA) Certification.
Must possess or be eligible for current state licensure in Audiology. A Hearing Aid Dispensing License is also required. Certifications must be maintained throughout tenure.
Some experience in medical setting preferred.
Internal Number: 1430
About The University of Vermont Health Network/Porter Medical Center
Located in and around Middlebury, Vermont, The University of Vermont Health Network/Porter Medical Center includes a 25-bed critical access hospital, 98-bed skilled nursing facility, and network of primary care and specialty practices.