This is a full-time, direct hire opportunity with a generous overall compensation plan, good benefits, and room for professional and personal growth.

Whether you are interesting in diagnostics, hearing aid sales or a combination of the two, there is room for you at this practice!

The successful candidate will be a friendly, enthusiastic and compassionate individual eager to join our client’s patient-centered and community-oriented practice! We are looking for someone who is motivated to create relationships with our patients, helping them to hear better and lead more vibrant lives. You must have an entrepreneurial spirit, be open to innovation, and willing to grow your career with state-of-the-art training.

Why Southern Oregon?

This Rogue Valley region offers a myriad of recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast: world-class fishing at your choice of lakes and rivers, hiking and biking the trails of Crater Lake, Prescott Park, and the Table Rocks, rafting on the Rogue River, and even skiing down the slopes of Mount Ashland.

You can enjoy numerous forms of cultural arts at the nearby University and can even attend the famous Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. This welcoming community also offers activities like wine tours and tastings, as well as events and festivals that everyone can enjoy for all seasons.

Job Functions

Administers Diagnostic Tests

Administers diagnostic tests and amplification services for various hearing disorders.
Coordinates and interprets test results, making recommendations to physicians and other providers.
Manages Hearing Rehabilitation

Counsels patients in a caring and respectful manner regarding test results, making recommendations on hearing care options. May reviews product available to improve hearing impairment and achieve goals.
Fits appropriate hearing care products as deemed necessary to meet the needs of the patient. Selects and fits hearing technology, takes ear-mold impressions, and provides ongoing management with follow-up and education.

Recommends and demonstrates Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), batteries, and other special products.
Performs hearing aid checks, repairs, and cleanings.



AuD degree. Current Oregon Audiologist License in good standing (or the ability to obtain by time of hire).

Excellent verbal and written communication skills that allow effective working relationships with a diverse patient, colleague, and vendor population so that goals are achieved.
Strong keyboard/computer/audiology diagnostic and hearing aid software and equipment experience.
Organized, able to multi-task, detail oriented, goal driven. Track record of success.

If you are looking for a professional, challenging, stimulating environment and meet the above criteria, please contact us today!