About Elgin Audiology Consultants
Elgin Audiology Consultants is an independent, privately owned group of Audiology and Hearing Clinics servicing the area for over 20 years with 7 different locations. We maintain a strong relationship with the University of Western Ontario as a teaching clinic and are a provider for the Ministry's Infant Hearing Program. We pride ourselves in being an audiology-focused clinic that is owned by Audiologists.
We are now hiring an Audiologist for our clinic in St. Thomas, ON. The successful candidate is anticipated to work in St. Thomas, Aylmer and Lambeth. We are happy to consider candidates looking for both full-time and part-time work options.
What it’s all about:
As an Audiologist, you are passionate about the hearing healthcare of clients. You are able to provide standardized hearing evaluations, a high standard of client care, and follow-up with clients to ensure their needs are met.
- Competitive compensation package
- 3 weeks vacation + sick days
- Benefits coverage
- Coverage for annual fees, and conferences
- Flexible work schedule
- Client-centered approach
- In-house training opportunities
- Autonomy in your role
- State-of-the-art equipment
- General caseload clinic - working with a mixture of pediatric, tinnitus, and central auditory processing work
What you will do:
- Provide standardized hearing evaluations for the purposes of hearing aid candidacy using a variety of diagnostic audiological tests
- Maintain an expertise in the selling, fitting and troubleshooting of current hearing aid technology
- Execute a general caseload including pediatrics, tinnitus, and central auditory processing
- Provide a high standard of care
- Follow-up with clients to ensure that appropriate care is provided
- Eligible for registration with regulatory board or provincially recognized licensing body
- 6+ years of experience as an Audiologist
- Balance skills or an interest in learning balance skills would be considered a strong asset
- Interested in applying or learning cognitive decline, tinnitus, and auditory processing skills
- Current knowledge of hearing health care products and services with a confidence in sales
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to establish and maintain a professional rapport with clients and co-workers
- Reliable and dependable work ethic
- Organized, personal demeanor with the ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment
- Drivers license and a reliable vehicle
To learn more about this opportunity and join us in our mission of wonderful sound for all, APPLY NOW!