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Prevea Health
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Job Location: Eau Claire, WI
Job Type: Part-time

Audiologist- Audiology- Eau Claire- PRN


This position will work as needed

Job Description and Essential Functions

Job Title/Position: Audiologist

Job Classification: Provider

Date of Analysis: 7/14/2014 Date of Revision/Review: 5/19/2015


Brief Description of Job Responsibilities:

(This may not include all duties assigned.)

  1. Apply audiological principles in selecting appropriate test procedures and interpreting results for: otoscopic examination, behavioral testing, pure-tone and speech audiometry, speech in noise testing, impedance testing including tympanometry, acoustic reflex and reflex decay, otoacoustic emissions testing and other assessments that may be judged necessary for appropriate patient management across the lifespan.
  2. Apply current audiological principles in patient-centered amplification practices while providing hearing aid evaluations, selection, fittings, and counseling for hearing aid technology and assistive listening devices.
  3. Apply current audiological principles in hearing conservation, hearing protection advocacy, plugs, muffs, and custom-made noise protectors as appropriate
  4. Experience with vestibular assessment (ENG/VNG).
  5. Experience with cochlear implant mapping and follow-up strongly preferred.
  6. Quality patient care is of utmost importance; therefore, continuing education becomes the responsibility of the Audiologist. Minimum expectations for continuing education and ethics credits are expected as required by state licensure.
  7. Strong work ethic and high regard to exceptional patient care, billing, coding and maintenance of patient records.
  8. Practice universal precautions and clinical procedures to ensure patient and coworker safety as well as office cleanliness.

Specialized Responsibilities:

Performance Requirements:

1. Conducts oneself in order to promote positive relationships with physicians, staff, contracted individuals, patients, and visitors.

2. Provides ongoing community service activities such as: speaking engagements, advocacy for the hearing impaired students in area schools, social service/support groups and/or LeadWell activities.

3. Responsible for adhering to product pricing (hearing aids, assistive listening devices, etc.) based on customary and reasonable charges, maintaining supplies and ordering as needed.

4. Follows clinic policies related to provider work standards, timely documentation of patient encounters, timely submission of charges and quality patient care.

6. Responsible for providing professional supervision of graduate Audiology students in their on-site externships at Prevea Health.

7. Responsible for attending department meetings and providing input regarding the audiological services within Prevea Health.


1. Minimum master`s or doctoral degree in audiology or communication disorders as well as certified, or certifiable for CCC-A from the American Speech and Hearing Association.

2. License includes: Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing for Audiologist and hearing instrument specialist.

Non-Essential Duties: Other duties as assigned within the Audiologist`s scope of practice

Typical Working Conditions:

Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment. Required to work quickly and accurately. Constant requirement for hearing within normal limits.

Typical Physical Demands:

Requires prolonged standing or sitting, frequent bending, stooping, or stretching. May require lifting or positioning a patient. Requires lifting items up to 50 pounds and carrying them for a distance of 25 feet. Requires full range of hearing or hearing loss addressed with amplification and vision correctable to 20/30. Requires fine manual dexterity and eye/hand coordination for repair and calibration. Required to work under stressful conditions and with patients who are confused and in pain. May be exposed to communicable diseases and bodily fluids.

Essential Functions/Physical Demands

Job Title/Position: Audiologist

Job Classification: Provider

How to Apply:
We have over 1200 reasons for you to consider a career with Prevea Health--they're our employees. We're an organization that values teamwork and provides continuous education, training and support so every member of the team contributes to our success. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package in an environment geared to professional and personal growth. No matter what your background or professional interests are, we think you'll like what we have to offer. Together we are the best place to get care and the best place to give care.

To Apply, please click on the button below and put 17-556 in the "What" box then select "Search For Jobs"

Prevea Health

Prevea Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

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