Audiologist

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Overview:
Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates is looking to add a general Audiologist to support our patients in our Matthews, NC office and provide additional coverage to other south Charlotte offices as business needs arise. We are looking for Audiologists who embody CEENTA’s core values and are eager to provide excellent patient care to both pediatric and adult populations. In addition to a competitive base salary, generous benefits and PTO accruals, Audiologists at CEENTA are eligible for a lucrative quarterly incentive plan.

Primary objective:
The Audiologist provides diagnostic and rehabilitation services which help increase CEENTA patients’ overall quality of life through the sense of hearing.

Responsibilities:
• Perform diagnostic Audiology procedures including, comprehensive audiometric evaluations, speech audiometry, tympanometry, acoustic reflexes, acoustic reflex decay, otoacoustic emissions, visual reinforcement audiometry, for patient age ranges from pediatrics to senior populations
• Provide appropriate recommendations and counseling regarding hearing rehabilitation of amplification devices/accessories and assistive listening devices
• Provide on-going patient services in the maintenance, programming and repairing of amplification devices/accessories and assistive listening devices
• Provide appropriate referrals especially ENT providers, Cochlear Implant and Pediatric Specialties
• Develop and maintain a working relationship with outside referral organizations and third-party payers
• Maintain and complete all appropriate documentation within Epic and required clinical forms
• Work closely with all CEENTA providers and staff members to create a rewarding patient experience
• Provide guidance in the daily responsibilities of the Audiology Assistant, if applicable
• May be a member of the Cochlear Implant Specialty team to perform appropriate Cochlear Implant appointments and equipment maintenance.
• May be a member of the Pediatric Specialty team to perform appropriate Pediatric appointments, amplification device maintenance and Pediatric Sleep-deprived ABRs
• May be a member of the Evoked Potential Specialty to perform VNG/ENGs, ABRs and Ecog testing
• Ability to meet the physical and mental demands of the position
• The ability to work on-site
• Predictable, reliable, and prompt attendance

Skills and abilities:
• Knowledge and ability to use Noah
• Proficiency in Electronic Medical Record systems (Epic preferred)
• Ability to use Microsoft Word and Teams
• Ability to communicate professionally (written and verbal)

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Core competencies:
• Active learner
• Attention to detail
• Building patient loyalty
• Effective communicator
• Patient Focused

Clinical competencies:
• Ability to operate appropriate Audiology Equipment to perform diagnostic Audiology procedures
• Staying adverse in the advancements with software and of amplification devices/accessories and assistive listening devices