Advanced Audiology

Company:Advanced Audiology
Type:Full-Time Au.D.
WageSalary plus bonus opportunities
LocationDewitt/Haslett, MI

About Advanced Audiology

We are a private practice hearing clinic with two locations in the Lansing area; One in Dewitt, the other in Haslett.  Both offices have good highway access from US-127, I-69, and I-96. 

Each location has a dedicated receptionist/assistant who will schedule patients, perform cleanings and minor hearing aid repairs, accept deliveries, and build/repackage aids for presentation at fitting, as well as assist in hearing aid repair orders and placing orders with manufacturers.

You will be able to follow your patients from start-to-finish throughout their hearing/hearing aid experience.

There are currently two Audiologists working in a friendly, cooperative, self-directed work environment.  You would be another part of the team, working independently with patients to help them hear better!

General Job Description

Audiologist will be working in a small but growing private practice hearing clinic, whose main foci are diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing aid programing, dispensing, follow-up services and counseling. 

Cochlear Implant testing and programing experience opportunities will also be available.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Diagnostic Hearing Testing/Re-Testing
  • Hearing Aid Fittings
  • Hearing Aid programming
  • Counseling service
  • Report writing to Physicians

Minor Duties and Responsibilities

  • Cerumen Management (non-irrigation)
  • Ordering Hearing Aids
  • Preparing Repair Forms
  • Forwarding Audiograms for Captioned Telephone
  • Meeting with Manufacturer Representatives

Qualifications and Competencies Required

  • Doctor of Audiology (AuD)
  • Michigan Audiology License
  • Analytical Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Caring “Bedside Manner”

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary plus bonus opportunities
  • PHP Health Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Flexible scheduling

Other Considerations

The area is close to both the state capital and Michigan State University for recreational opportunities, bars, restaurants, and sporting events.  The cost of living/housing should be considerably less than either SE Michigan or the Grand Rapids area, but those areas are within easy reach due to the major highways passing through the area going in all directions.  The nearby highways also offer a quick escape to the North for outdoor fun, camping, or just relaxing “Up North.” The Lansing Capital City airport is nearby, with Flint and Grand Rapids Airports about 30-45 minutes away. Detroit Metro (and Downtown Detroit) is about an hour and a half via I-96.

This is a great opportunity to join a growing company where you can work independently as an Audiologist with help and advice from colleagues with years of experience in clinical practice, educational audiology, hospital settings, university teaching, and professional Audiology organizational leadership.

Ideally, having three audiologists on staff will allow for scheduled time off weekly to take care of personal business, appointments, etc.

Visit our website to learn more about the practice.

Email to apply and with any questions.