Base Salary + Annual Bonus and Commission Structure
Referral bonus available for referring fellow Audiologists
401(k) and competitive employer match
Health Insurance and Disability Benefits available
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Working for Texoma ENT & Allergy offers numerous benefits that make it an excellent choice for professionals in the healthcare field. Texoma ENT & Allergy is a renowned and established institution with a strong reputation for providing exceptional patient care. As an employee, you will have the opportunity to work alongside highly skilled and experienced medical practitioners, fostering continuous growth and learning. Additionally, the organization values work-life balance and prioritizes the well-being of its employees. By joining Texoma ENT & Allergy, you become part of a collaborative and supportive team dedicated to improving the lives of patients and advancing the field of otolaryngology.
The Audiologist will provide diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitative audiological services to patients of all ages.
Assists in supervising student interns.
Provides rehabilitative audiological services. Administers and interprets audiological tests, develops a treatment plan, and establishes goals for each patient. Monitors progress of recommendations and treatment plans and reassesses as appropriate.
Calibrates equipment, prepares related reports, and maintains the audiological suite, materials, and supplies.
Communicates with patient and family and provides counseling when appropriate.
Provides case management services and makes client referrals to other social or health service agencies.
Logs procedures and submits charges to the department secretary for submission to the billing department.
Writes evaluation reports and daily progress notes on a timely basis.
Maintains state-of-the-art knowledge in field of audiology. Prepares and presents in-service education to staff and the community.
Assists in implementing and monitoring the department’s quality assurance program.
Manual dexterity to calibrate equipment.
Ability to relate to individuals of all ages.
Above-average communication, language, and interpersonal skills.
Unimpaired or corrected hearing/listening skills.
Skill in preparing written patient evaluations.
Education and Experience:
Master’s degree or equivalent in audiology.
Current license or eligibility for licensing as an audiologist.
Certified or certification eligible by the American Speech and Hearing Association.
Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
ENT Specialty Partners (ESP), an otolaryngology medical management company, is looking to add driven audiologists to our team.ESP was formed to ensure that otolaryngologists have access to unrivaled strategic, financial, and operational support. We work alongside our physicians and local practice managers to create the superior results needed in today’s healthcare environment. Members of the ESP team are a part of a growing community where we value people, encourage creativity, and strive for excellence.