Stanford Hearing is seeking an audiologist or hearing instrument specialist for private practice.
Would you like the opportunity to change people’s lives every day? Would you like to do that while working in a fun, fast paced, team-oriented environment? If so, this might be the perfect fit for you!
Our Mission at Stanford Hearing is to provide premium service and superior products to improve the quality of life for our patients. Our vision is to be the number one hearing care destination and the most patient centered and values guided hearing care practice, going beyond just the hearing device and the hearing loss. We practice in an evidence-based, best practice, patient centered model providing an excellent opportunity to learn.
We pride ourselves on our patient first philosophy and recognize our responsibility as hearing healthcare professionals to provide individualized and cost-effective hearing healthcare to the community. We are seeking a talented, full-time Audiologist OR Hearing Instrument Specialist who will be responsible for audiometric hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, follow-up care, and providing our patients with the best solution for their hearing loss and lifestyle. Other areas of focus may include tinnitus management, verification, cerumen management, business development, business management, marketing and customer service. Some travel may be required for staffing of outreach clinics. We are looking for an honest, hardworking, team oriented professional to make a difference and change the lives of every patient that enters their practice. This position offers a competitive salary based on your level of experience and performance.
An experienced team built around a culture of professional growth and knowledge sharing
We have established a strong database and loyal following of satisfied patients based on outstanding services and exemplary patient care.
We operate with a professional and caring style, and are known for our non-aggressive and informative approach to fitting and dispensing hearing instruments.
The environment can be described as positive, professional, and low stress.
Recommend and fit proper hearing devices according to patient needs.
Create the best journey for the patient through superb counseling and instruction.
You Will Need:
South Dakota licensure or eligibility for licensure.
Years of experience is not as important as finding the right fit
Open for a recent graduate
Experience with hearing evaluations and fittings required
Self-Sufficient, team-player, hardworking, competent, confident and patient
Good problem-solving skills, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills required.
Additional Salary Information: Pay is structured as salary with a generous bonus/commission structure based on clinic and provider performance.
About Stanford Hearing Aids
Stanford Hearing has been proudly connecting people back to the important sounds in their life within the Sioux Empire since 1983. We have treated thousands of people's hearing loss, thereby improving their lives as well as the lives around them. We take pride knowing that we do things the right way. We use industry best practices so that our patients can be confident they get the best results possible with their treatment.