Audiologist or Hearing Instrument Practitioner, Grand Forks, BC
7461 3rd Street Box 148, Grand Forks, BC, V0H 1H0
Wage Range: $55,000 - $65,000 per annum
Prevailing Average Wage: $32.96
Permanent Full Time Position (1.0 FTE)
Canadas recognized Top Employer in the hearing health care field is seeking an experienced performance and client-oriented audiologist or HIP committed to excellence in private practice. If you are entrepreneurial, self-motivated and fun we want to hear from you!
Our people have voted us as one of the Top Employers in Canada year over year because we put you first. We offer a unique and attractive competitive total compensation package rewarding you now (proprietary bonus & rewards platform) and in the future (RRSP matching, career development); a comprehensive benefit plan; an unparalleled support network; relocation assistance; professional fee coverage, & exceptional career advancement opportunities. If this sounds appealing, then our coast-to-coast network of over 120 clinics would like to welcome you to our outstanding Grand Forks team.
a) Conduct hearing tests in accordance with provincial regulations
b) Select and order appropriate hearing aids based on audiometric test results.
c) Perform Real Ear Measurements using appropriate real ear equipment. This includes running, REUR, REIR, and REAR curves as well as testing for aided uncomfortable loudness levels.
d) Clean hearing instruments and perform minor repairs on hearing instruments
e) Demonstrate and sell assistive listening devices.
f) Counsel clients regarding hearing protection and fitting of hearing protection.
g) Provide client counseling on fitting and wearing hearing instruments.
h) Provide house calls as mutually agreed upon with office manager.
i) Provide authorization for supplying services to VAC, WCB or any other third party payees.
j) Perform special middle ear, cochlear, retrocochlear, and Tinnitus evaluation testing when required or requested.
k) Utilize the proprietary Sales Process in hearing evaluations and hearing tests.
l) Conduct community Local Area Marketing events and screenings.
m) Maintain accurate and up to date awareness of results to monthly and annual unit and revenue target(s).
n) Achieve hearing aid sales per operating day as defined by the Vice president of Operations
a) College diploma in Hearing Instrument Sciences or Masters Degree in Audiology
b) Minimum of two years experience in a private practice clinic setting.
c) Effective ability to communicate in English (written and oral). Second language an asset.
d) Eligibility for licensing by the provincial regulatory body.