All American Hearing

  • Regional Clinic Leader

    Job Location US-IA
    Req No.
    2018-1919
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Practitioners - Specialists and Audiologists
  • Overview

    All American Hearing has an exciting opportunity available for a Regional Audiology Clinic Leader to join our team in Iowa!

     

    All American Hearing is a successful, growth oriented hearing care practice. Our success can be attributed to our focus on putting patients’ needs first and providing unrivaled patient care. Our actions are guided by our Patient Journey philosophy and we hold the firm belief that Life is Worth Hearing. As a part of the All American Hearing network, we are able to leverage the resources of a national network to help provide individualized, life-changing solutions for our patients. Our company is invested in the local communities which we support and our staff members are devoted to serving these communities.

    Responsibilities

    The Regional Clinic Leader (RCL) is responsible for coaching and offering support to Providers/clinics in their region.  The RCL will work closely with the Regional Manager/Regional Director to assess the skill level of the providers and PSC’s and plan appropriate follow up.  Duties include covering offices that have a vacancy, training according to the AAH Pathways and Protocols, assisting with trainees as they prepare for licensure and state exams, and general coaching of the staff on a regular basis.  This position also consists of maintaining high level performance at a primary location as the Provider. 

    Qualifications

    • For Audiologists
      • Must have Master’s or Doctorate in Audiology degree as required by state of employment
      • Valid Hearing Instrument Dispensing Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment is required
      • Valid Audiology Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment, where required
      • Professional Certifications preferred (CCC-A, FAAA)
    • For Hearing Instrument Specialists
      • Valid Hearing Instrument Dispensing Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment is required
      • High school diploma required, college degree in a related field preferred
      • Professional certifications preferred (BC-HIS)
    • 3 plus years of experience with diagnostic testing and dispensing hearing aids is preferred
    • Strong problem solving, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills required
    • Public speaking experience and training preferred

     

    We are proud to offer:

    • A competitive compensation package that rewards performance.
    • A comprehensive benefits program which includes health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, paid time off, paid sick time, paid holidays, 401k with company contributions, company paid life insurance, hearing aid discounts, access to telemedicine services and more.
    • The chance to work with Starkey Hearing Technologies; The most innovative and ground breaking hearing device manufacturer in the industry.
    • Marketing and administrative support on a local and corporate level.
    • Professional development, training, advancement opportunities.

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