How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Michigan Medicine’s Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery invites you to apply for a full-time Audiologist position. The audiology staff contributes to the Department’s mission to provide exemplary patient care, education, and research that enhances our contributions to society. Interested and qualified candidates should submit their application and resumes electronically via Michigan Medicine Human Resources. A cover letter is required for this position.
At Michigan Medicine, our Audiologists embody The Michigan Difference through our expert, compassionate care. We are looking for an Audiologist with experience in diagnostics and a strong interest in hearing device technology to join our team. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated and sincere interest in career development in the area of hearing device management. This position offers an o pportunity to participate in the clinical education of audiology doctoral students, otolaryngology residents, and fellows, as well as participation and contribution to clinical research activities.
“The mission of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Michigan is to be the recognized leader in clinical care, education, and scientific discovery.” Our Vision is to “…be the global leader in providing exemplary clinical care, training the next generation of leaders in the field and shaping the future of research and patient care in otolaryngology.” See more at medicine.umich.edu/d...laryngology/about-us .
- Comprehensive audiological assessment for patients of various ages, with a focus on the adult and geriatric population
- Conventional hearing aid and bone-anchored hearing device evaluation, fitting, verification, and follow-up
- Ability to maintain a busy audiology schedule at various locations; travel to satellite locations is expected with this position
- Proficiency with electronic medical record (Epic) and various audiology-specific software
- Participation in case conferences, grand rounds, journal club, and departmental meetings
- Doctorate or Masters degree in Audiology
- State of Michigan Audiology license
- Able to successfully complete Michigan Medicine provider credentialing
- Clinical experience including diagnostic audiologic testing and hearing aid dispensing
- Intellectual inquisitiveness. Industrious, attentive, and detail-oriented approach Capacity and disposition to learn from colleagues, being led by standardized clinical protocols that ensure consistent, quality experiences for patients. Staff audiologists new to Michigan Medicine are provided a clinical mentor.
- Superior collaborative skills used within a care team that includes audiologists, physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, and support personnel.
- Experience with digital audiometric software and electronic medical records
- Experience working in a very busy fast-paced clinical environment
- Experience working with technical support staff
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