Albuquerque Hearing and Balance is currently recruiting a full-time Audiologist. Primary responsibilities include diagnostic testing and amplification (in both a private practice and ENT setting). Experience or interest in vestibular testing is highly desirable as well as adult cochlear implant patients. Applicants with 3-5 years’ experience are considered a plus, but we are more interested in finding the right person to complement our team than the perfect resume.
Our hearing and balance care center is highly respected for its commitment to high quality hearing and flexible approach in meeting patient needs. We believe in continuing education for ourselves and our patients, attending national and state-wide seminars, and conferences & hosting seminars for consumers to learn about their path to better hearing. We are seeking a positive, compassionate, and flexible individual who is interested in a work environment that is team oriented, challenging, warm and welcoming. Consider joining the premier private practice in New Mexico!
Experience with advanced hearing aid technology
Solid diagnostic skills (adults & children)
Great patient communication skills
Motivation to work as a team with clinical and administrative staff
Eligible for NM licensing
Additional Salary Information: negotiable bases on experience. We offer an excellent compensation package, paid holidays, vacation and personal time. Paid continuing education in addition to a retirement plan with company matching.
About Albuquerque Hearing and Balance
Private practice in Albuquerque New Mexico. Diagnostic testing for pediatrics and adults along with hearing aid dispensing and rehabilitation, assistive listening devices, FM, Loops, tinnitus retraining therapy. Cochlear implant testing and mapping and bone anchored testing and programming. Vestibular evaluations and CRT.
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