Private practice, full-time position, and great team!
You enjoy making a difference in the lives of others. You want an opportunity to come to work, showcase your passion, have a voice, and be part of a team. We feel the same way. And we’re looking for you.
Carolina Hearing Group is a family-owned local, independent, community-oriented audiology practice that has been providing comprehensive hearing services to the Raleigh-Durham area for 20 years. We absolutely love what we do! Our team is passionate about giving our patients the highest quality hearing health care available, so they don’t miss any of the precious moments in their lives. And with over 300 5-star google reviews, we are very good at it!
The Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina has long been recognized for its educational and technology centers. US News & World Report named the Raleigh-Durham area #2 on its 2021 list of Best Places to Live, and Men’s Health ranked Raleigh the 3rd happiest city in America. With world-class entertainment and dining venues, plenty of green spaces, multiple colleges and universities, and proximity to both the mountains and the beach, it’s easy to see why the Research Triangle is among the nation’s fastest growing areas.
We’re seeking an individual who appreciates autonomy, is naturally self-driven, and feels excited about the potential for growth and expansion in our area. The audiologist will be responsible for performing comprehensive diagnostic testing, hearing aid evaluation, selection, and fitting, patient counseling, and follow-up care. Our practice focuses on treating hearing loss primarily in an adult population.
- Diagnostic testing
- Interpretation of test results
- Providing reports to referring physicians and other professionals
- Counseling patients regarding test results
- Development of customized hearing care plan based on patient’s needs
- Hearing aid selection, fitting, programming, and verification
- Ongoing management of patient’s hearing needs
- Assisting with marketing outreach and growing positive relationships with colleagues, vendors, fellow healthcare practitioners, and community organizations
- Presenting information to community groups and medical professionals
- Doctor of Audiology degree
- Current, or eligible for, North Carolina audiology license
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills that allow effective working relationships with a diverse patient, colleague, and vendor population
- h3 keyboard/computer/audiology diagnostic and hearing aid software and equipment experience
- h3 organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- COVID-19 vaccination required
- Competitive salary and performance-based compensation plan
- Health insurance
- Retirement plan with company matching
- Paid time off, including flex days
- Specialized training
If you are looking for an opportunity to help patients on their better hearing journey, in a supportive team environment, with co-workers who share your passion for patient care, we’d love to talk!
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