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We are looking for a fulltime, hospital employed Audiologist to join our team in the beautiful Rutland County of Vermont!
Our Medical Center offers a competitive benefit package to include:
403B retirement plan with match
Health, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability insurances
Combined Time Off
College Savings account
CME funded annually
The Audiologist serves a patient population ranging from pediatric to geriatric with a comprehensive array of professional audiology services. These services encompass the assessment and habilitation/rehabilitation of auditory and vestibular impairments, and the prevention of these impairments.
a. Assess and diagnose auditory function by interpreting behavioral and electrophysiological
b. Assess and diagnose vestibular function by utilizing clinical and electrophysiological measures
c. Counsel patients and families regarding hearing loss, educational implications of hearing loss in
children, options for treatment, etc.
d. Evaluate and fit amplification devices, including osseointegrated devices; provide counseling and
training regarding use of such devices
e. Assess and manage tinnitus
f. Counsel patients regarding hearing conservation and the use of noise protection
About the area: living in the gorgeous Green Mountains in Rutland, the heart of Killington Valley of Vermont. Home to a safe community with terrific schools, very attractive housing prices, reasonable taxes, festivals & live entertainment and some of the most incredible year-round outdoor activities the Killington Valley has to offer. If you enjoy the outdoors, or would love to start getting outside to enjoy a more active lifestyle, try hiking our 4,000 foot peaks for spectacular panoramic views, all-day downhill mountain biking, zip lines, a mountain coaster and of course, skiing at Killington! Killington is famous for the best skiing in the East and being the first mountain to open and the last to close in Spring.
For more details on this position please submit your resume for review!
JOB # KC598