Athens Oconee Audiology is looking for a career-minded individual motivated by personnel success. Our practice would allow you to use all of your skills in diagnostics, counseling, amplification, CI, VNG, and tinnitus management.
Position Summary: We are currently seeking a full-time audiologist who is passionate about working with the hearing impaired. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing comprehensive diagnostic testing, hearing aid evaluation, selection, and fitting, patient counseling, and follow-up care. Additional responsibilities may include vestibular testing, cochlear implant evaluation and mapping, tinnitus counseling and management, and fitting Lyric extended-wear hearing aids. We require a solid commitment to compassionate patient care, working in a fast-paced team environment, and enthusiasm for continuing education and professional development.
Master’s Degree in Audiology, Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) preferred
Eligible for Georgia audiology license
2+ years of experience in a clinical audiology setting is preferred but recent Au.D. Graduates will be considered.
Please send CV and cover letter to Robin Hardin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Salary Information: Job Benefits: Competitive compensation package including base salary and incentive, paid time off, retirement plan with matching company contribution, annual CEU allowance, Professional liability insurance, Paid membership in professional organizations. We would consider a four-day work week for the right candidate.
About Athens Oconee Audiology
Athens Oconee Audiology is a private practice audiology clinic located in Watkinsville, Georgia. The practice currently employs one full-time audiologist, one part-time audiologist, and one audiology assistant, along with a full support staff. Watkinsville, Georgia is an affluent suburban community with local access to the vibrant, active culture of Athens.