Audiologist – Vaughan , ON

Job ID: 2544

Cinder is searching for an Audiologist for our healthcare client, a private practice in historic and rapidly growing Vaughan, Ontario. This is a full-time, direct hire opportunity which offers a competitive salary plus compensation plan, benefits, and opportunities for professional development.

Vaughan has the charm and appeal of small town living but is in close proximity to a major metropolitan area with arts, music and other cultural assets, restaurants, an international airport, and more!

The successful candidate will be a friendly, enthusiastic and compassionate individual eager to join our client’s patient-centered and community-oriented practice and build their career.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Administers Diagnostic Tests 

  • Administers diagnostic tests and amplification services for various hearing disorders for patients of all ages.
  • Coordinates and interprets test results, making recommendations to physicians and other providers.

Manages Hearing Rehabilitation

  • Counsels patients in a caring and respectful manner regarding test results, making recommendations regarding hearing care options. Reviews products available to improve hearing impairment.
  • Prescribes and fits appropriate hearing care technology products as deemed necessary to meet the needs of the patient. Takes ear-mold impressions, and provides ongoing management with follow-up and education.
  • Recommends and demonstrates hearing aid accessories, Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), batteries, and other special products.
  • Performs hearing aid checks, repairs, and cleanings.

In addition to professional responsibilities, the Audiologist will be part of a team engaging in marketing outreach and growing positive relationships with colleagues, vendors, fellow healthcare practitioners, and community organizations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in Audiology or Au.D. degree.
  • Minimum two years professional experience preferred.
  • Registered with CALSPO in good standing.
  • Registered with Assistive Devices Program (ADP).
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills that allow effective working relationships with a diverse patient, colleague, and vendor population so that goals are achieved.
  • Strong keyboard/computer/Audiology diagnostic and hearing aid software and equipment experience,
  • Organized, able to multi-task, detail-oriented, flexible.

COMPENSATION:

  • Dependent upon experience.

PLEASE NOTE: The successful candidate MUST have residency in Canada, a valid passport or the ability to obtain one promptly, and have no restrictions to travel to the US for training.

If you are looking for a professional, challenging, stimulating environment and meet the above criteria, please apply now!

 

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