Find “Something Good” in Columbus, Nebraska, a prospering farming and industrial community growing in every direction. This is a place where folks enjoy good work, good values, good life, and good times, and just maybe you will find yourself right where you belong!
Cinder is looking for an Audiologist for our client, a patient-centric, private practice located in Columbus, Nebraska. This is a full-time, direct hire opportunity that includes 401K and profit sharing.
They are a full-service audiology practice committed to improving quality of life through better hearing for their patients.
They offer comprehensive hearing testing, state-of-the-art hearing aid technology, and a patient-centered approach that focuses on finding the best solution for their patient’s hearing needs.
They work with all ages of patients.
Services they provide include:
Diagnostic adult and pediatric hearing evaluation
Adult diagnostic balance evaluation
Industrial hearing evaluation and consultation
Aural rehabilitation and tinnitus treatment
They sell Widex, GnResound, Starkey and Oticon hearing instruments.
In Columbus, Nebraska, life flourishes under the sun along the Platte River and rolling cornfields. Within this welcoming, family-centered community there is something for everyone to enjoy! Whether it is a family gathering at Pawnee Plunge Waterpark, enjoying a Friends of Music concert, a group exercise class at our brand-new Community Y/Wellness center or swinging a golf club, there is always something fun to do! If you are a history buff, check out the Higgins Boat and WWII Memorial or the Columbus Museum. And if you are looking for even more possibilities to explore, the cities of Omaha and Lincoln are only a little over one hour away. With $165 million more in construction projects than the year before, Columbus is growing in every way, from our new police, fire station and high school to expanding medical community to our multiple manufacturing facilities. The quality of life in Columbus is the best in the State. Find out more at www.thecolumbuspage.com
Administers hearing and balance diagnostic evaluations, coordinates and interpret results
Counsels patients in a caring and respectful manner and recommends hearing care options
Dispenses and maintains hearing aids
In addition to professional responsibilities, the Audiologist will be part of a team growing positive relationships with patients and colleagues, fellow healthcare practitioners, schools and local industries and engaging in community outreach
Doctorate in Audiology required
Current Nebraska Audiologist License (or the ability to acquire one by the time of employment) in good standing