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Job Details


Category: Professional and Management
CHA Everett Hospital, Everett, MA

Job Type: Per Diem
Job Class: Non-Union
Work Shift: Days
Work Days: monday - Friday
Hours/Week: 0
Date Posted: 01/16/2019
Requisition Number: hrq-76087

Job Details

  • Job Purpose: 1. Provides diagnostic audiological evaluations 2. Responsible for maintaining calibration and service records of audiology instruments 3. Independently performs comprehensive professional audiological services for the diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing loss and diseases of the head and neck. 4. Communicates patient results in a timely fashion, taking advantage of CHA's Electronic Medical Record. 5. Participate in Quality Improvement projects within the Division of ENT. 6. At the direction of practice manager or ENT Physician, ensure that audiology practice functions efficiently and in a manner focused on the patient's experience of care.

    Qualifications/Education/Training: Master of Arts or Sciences degree with a major in Audiology or Audiology Doctorate (Aud.D.) Licensure:Commonwealth of Massachusetts Professional Audiologist
    Certifications: ASHA certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology
    Work Experience: Completion of CFY, clinical audiology experience both adult and pediatric patients. New graduates will be considered.

    Physical Skills:
    Sufficient mobility to negotiate the physical plant, Strength and endurance to perform physically for long periods of time (four to eight hours) (i.e. walking, bending, lifting. Twisting, standing, and reaching) Mental Skills: Ability to provide audiology services to multiple hospital campuses and sites to ensure the delivery of highest quality of audiology services and patient care. Demonstrates excellent leadership and communication skills; Excellent knowledge of audiology services, problem identification solving skills. Is able to operate independently and manage projects concurrently.

    Working Conditions and Physical Environment: Excellent verbal and written skills necessary to work successfully in an ethnically, culturally and economically diverse environment: and collaborate with health care providers and support staff on issues pertaining to the clinical audiology operations, and inpatient management.


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