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Dispensing Audiologist (Santa Fe, NM)

Southwestern Hearing Center is the only medically-based audiology and hearing aid practice in
Santa Fe. Our physicians, audiologists and support staff work cohesively to provide patients
with the best care possible.

We currently have a need for a dispensing audiologist to join our team! This position will be
responsible for performing comprehensive diagnostics, hearing evaluations, hearing aid
dispensing, fitting and follow-up care. If you are a self-motivated individual who loves to work
diligently with patients to improve their hearing, this may be the position for you!
This is a full-time position eligible for our comprehensive benefits package, which includes
health insurance, generous paid time off, paid holidays, 401k, licensure and CEU

If you are as passionate about patient care as we are and want to be part of a team in an
established clinic, we encourage you to apply today! Please submit your cover letter and
résumé to careers@fuelmedical.com.

Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the state’s capital. Renowned for its Pueblo-style architecture, the
picturesque town sits adjacent to the Santa Fe National Forest. It offers an abundance of
outdoor activities and boasts a very temperate climate, averaging 300 sunny days per year.
Santa Fe’s history and strong cultural roots run deep. The rich heritage spawned a food-lover’s
paradise and a vibrant arts scene. The area is also home to a number of colleges and one of the
state’s top elementary schools, making it an ideal community in which to raise children.

Private Practice Audiologist (Lincoln, NE)

Ear, Nose, & Throat Specialties, P.C., is a multi-physician ENT practice located in Lincoln, NE.
Our company has been in private practice for over 25 years and we have an exciting
opportunity for a full-time Audiologist who is eager to grow with us at our brand new location!
Benefits include health insurance, 401K and profit sharing, as well as optional vision, dental,
life insurance, short/long term disability. Licensure fees paid yearly with continuing education
assistance available yearly. Salary dependent upon experience.

 Au.D. or Ph.D. in Audiology. Currently licensed or be able to obtain an Audiology license
for the State of Nebraska. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A)
is also preferred.
 Experience in comprehensive diagnostic audiological evaluations working with adult
and pediatric populations.
 Expertise in testing and interpreting Visual Response Audiometry, Conditioned Play
Audiometry, Auditory Brainstem Response testing, tinnitus matching, Stenger,
Eustachian tube function tests, and Distortion Product Oto-Acoustic Emissions.
 Ability to diagnose and treat Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.
 Experience and competence in full range of hearing instrument services including
osseo-integrated devices.
 Completes accurate and timely documentation of services in accordance with
professional and compliance standards

 Establish rapport with and gather history from patients; conduct audiometric testing
and make appropriate recommendations.
 Utilize outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to provide patients with
hearing solutions.
 Provide exceptional aftercare and follow-up services to patients
 Professional interaction with patients, physicians and staff.
 Complete a variety of different diagnostic tests:

o Comprehensive audiometry, including masked and unmasked pure-tone air and
bone thresholds, speech reception/awareness thresholds, and word recognition
o Visual reinforcement and conditioned play audiometry.
o Tinnitus matching.
o Immittance audiometry, including tympanometry, acoustic reflex thresholds, and
decay, and Eustachian tube function tests.
o Auditory Brainstem Response testing for failed universal newborn screenings,
suspected retro-cochlear etiologies, suspected malingerers— including test
o Distortion product optoacoustic emissions testing and interpretation.
o Canalith repositioning procedures including Semont, Epley, and Barrel-roll
maneuvers as needed.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Cheryl Church at cchurch@entspecialties.com

Private Practice Audiologist (Fairmont, MN)

The Hearing Health Center’s mission is to improve the quality of life of our patients by providing
personalized, end-to-end hearing health solutions and follow-up care. Audiologists, hearing aid
specialists and audiology assistants work together at Hearing Health Center to provide patients
with the highest quality of hearing care.

About the position:
The Audiologist is primarily responsible for providing outstanding hearing healthcare to our
patients. Performing hearing exams, hearing aid assessments, hearing aid fittings, wax
removals, hearing aid repairs and tinnitus testing and treatment are just some of the ways this
position serves the hearing impaired. The audiologist will also oversee the daily functions of
the clinic and manage all support staff.

Our benefits package includes a competitive salary and commission plan, medical, dental &
vision insurance, paid time off, 401k, profit sharing plan, CEU and licensure reimbursement.
If you are a doctorate level, entrepreneurial spirited audiologist licensed in Minnesota, we
would love to speak with you. Apply today! Send cover letter and CV to

About the area:
Located in the heart of southern Minnesota, Fairmont – known as the “City of Lakes” for the
five bodies of water this community of 11,000 residents is built around – offers abundant
recreational opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating and waterskiing in a picturesque
setting. Fairmont, the county seat of Martin County, is centrally located along Interstate 90 and
Highway 15, providing easy access to larger metropolitan areas such as Minneapolis-Saint Paul
and Omaha. The city is renowned for its Midwestern hospitality and friendliness and offers attractions for people of all ages. Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of activities year-
round; hiking and biking are popular during the warmer months, while cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and 140 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails beckon to cold-weather lovers. If
golf is more your speed, Fairmont boasts two 18-hole courses. Fairmont’s historic downtown is
home to boutique shops and cozy cafes, while the city’s Aquatic Park is especially popular with
families. With so much to do in such a tranquil setting, it’s no wonder Fairmont is referred to as
“Southern Minnesota’s best-kept secret!”

Pride Foundation & GSBA Scholarships Info Session

You are invited to attend an information session hosted by the GSBA Scholarship fund!  We’ll be joined by Taylor Briggs, Scholarship Program Manager for GSBA.  Taylor will be sharing information on LGBTQ+ scholarships for student leaders in the northwest.

What: Pride Foundation & GSBA Scholarships Information Session

When: 3:30 p.m., November 7

Where: Allen Library Auditorium

LGBTQ+ Scholarships

Application opens October 11 and closes in early January.

Every year, Pride Foundation and the GSBA Scholarship Fund award scholarships to lesbia, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied student leaders in the Northwest. We invest in the educational dreams of students of any age, for any accredited higher education program or degree. If you are a Washington State resident — even if you study elsewhere — you probably qualify for at least one!

Apply at pridefoundation.org or thegsba.org/apply

Student Ethics Essay Award

Submissions are now being accepted for the 2019 Student Ethics Essay Award (SEEA) competition. Authors of winning essays will be notified in June 2019. See Student Ethics Essay Award recipients to view previous winners and read their winning essays.

The SEEA program is conducted as part of ASHA’s efforts to enhance ethics education activities. The goal of the program is to encourage students to think about ethical decision making and create greater awareness of situations that could pose ethical dilemmas as they prepare to start careers in audiology, speech-language pathology, or speech, language, and hearing sciences.

The essay competition is open to students who are enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program (U.S. only) in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). Former and current members of ASHA’s Board of Ethics review the essays and select three winning authors, who receive

  • one student registration to the ASHA Convention (first place winner only);
  • monetary prizes ($750, $500, and $250 for first, second, and third place, respectively);
  • certificates of achievement; and
  • a 1-year National NSSLHA membership.

Winners and their essays are recognized

  • on the ASHA website,
  • on ASHA social media, and
  • in The ASHA Leader.

Award Eligibility

Students: To be considered eligible to participate in the SEEA competition, you must be

  • enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program (U.S. only) in communication sciences and disorders (CSD), and
  • enrolled part-time or full-time during the 2018–2019 academic year.

2019 Student Ethics Essay

Topic: “Ethical Use of Social Media”

Foundational to professional and ethical conduct is the commitment to hold the welfare of clients paramount. The utilization of social media has become widespread and has changed the way individuals, businesses, and organizations communicate; however, inappropriate use of social media in the professions can lead to ethical violations. Adherence to professional obligations and standards is essential to eliminate the chance of an ethical violation related to misuse of social media and social networking.

In your essay, present an ethical dilemma or challenge that may be faced by a clinician or researcher related to the misuse of social media and its numerous platforms. Then, using ethics resources and the ASHA Code of Ethics (2016), identify one or more Principles and the corresponding Rule(s) that you believe have been violated, and provide a rationale for your choice(s). Finally, discuss what action(s) you would take to resolve this dilemma.

Essay Requirements

You and your essay must meet these requirements:

  • Essay Format
    • 1,200 words or less, excluding title and any references
    • Standard format including title, introduction, body, and summary/conclusion
    • Microsoft Word (.docx), 12-point font, double-spaced
    • Page numbers in footer, starting with first page
    • No footnotes, only end notes
    • All sources cited when quoted, even Code of Ethics
    • No identifying information (e.g., name, address, institution) on the essay
  • Entries must be original work, unpublished, and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • Students may not submit more than one essay; submissions of entries authored by multiple individuals will not be considered.
  • Students must notify their CSD program director of their participation before submitting their entry.

Suggested Essay Resources

Evaluation Criteria

Things to keep in mind as you write your essay:

  • Have you followed the essay format and submission requirements described above?
  • Have you approached the essay topic in a fresh, rich, and illuminating way, avoiding moral platitudes and oversimplification?
  • Have you demonstrated familiarity with the Code of Ethics, relevant Issues in Ethics statements, and other ethics-related resources?
  • Have you made a contribution to ethical deliberation and discernment that is mature, insightful, and likely to be both helpful and interesting to students and ASHA members?
  • Have you presented your position in a clear, logical manner that facilitates understanding of your reasoning?
  • Have you supported your arguments with factors that are ethically relevant, and avoided preoccupation with matters that have little logical relevance to your thesis?
  • Is your analysis comprehensive, objective, balanced, and thorough?
  • Is your essay free of grammatical, typographical, and punctuation errors?

Submission Instructions

  1. Confirm that you and your essay meet the eligibility and format requirements.
  2. Notify your program director that you will be submitting an essay for the SEEA contest.
  3. Go online to fill out the SEEA application and upload your essay—you can save your work and submit it when you’re ready.
  4. Meet the deadline: Submit your essay and application by 11:59 a.m. ET on Friday, April 12, 2019; the online submission system will close automatically and new or incomplete entries will not be accepted.


Contact Karol Scher, ASHA staff liaison to the Ethics Education Subcommittee of the Board of Ethics, at ethics@asha.org.

Two Audiology Faculty Positions (California State University – Sacramento)

California State University, Sacramento has two audiology faculty positions available for its proposed Doctor of Audiology program. The anticipated program start date is Fall 2019. Below is the information for both postings. Please share this information with any interested and/or graduating students.

Tenure Track Faculty – Audiology (Clinical Coordinator): http://csus.peopleadmin.com/postings/3331

Tenure Track Faculty – Audiology: http://csus.peopleadmin.com/postings/3333

Questions about the positions can be directed to Laura Gaeta, Ph.D., at l.gaeta@csus.edu, or Robert Pieretti, Ph.D., at rpieretti@csus.edu

Audiology Position at Andros ENT & Sleep Center – Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota

ANDROS ENT & Sleep Center is looking to immediately fill a full-time Audiologist position at their Inver Grove Heights location. This independent physician practice specializes in ear, nose and throat services as well as treatment for sleep conditions.

Position Overview: The Audiologist will be responsible for working with our current Audiologist is providing the up-most experience to our patient’s. This position is Monday-Friday from 8-5.

Essential functions of the job include:
-Performs complete hearing test, order product and fit patient
-Troubleshoot hearing aids, provide routine maintenance
-Marketing of audiology department
-Maintaining all patient files, documentation
-Creating the best journey for the patient through counseling and instruction -Plan for future direction of audiology department
-Hold in-office trainings for staff and/or potential patients

Education & Experience: Masters or Doctorate in Audiology, Experience in a clinical setting preferred but not necessary.

Please respond with cover letter and resume. We look forward to hearing from you.

Job Type: Full-time

 Angel Swanstrom, PHR,  SHRM-CP

Practice Administrator

(651) 888-7803 Direct

(651) 888-7800 Main

(218) 391-4657 Mobile

(651) 888-7820 Fax



ENT Nebraska is currently looking for a Clinical Audiologist

Audiologist – AuD University town Lincoln, NE

FACILITY: The Physician Network
ADDRESS: 2000 Q. Street
Suite 500
Lincoln, NE 68503

Website link LinkedIn YouTube

Hospital Landing Page

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SPECIALTY: Otolaryngology : Audiology
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Audiologist – Clinical

Join (4) Otolaryngologist/Head & Neck Surgeons and Physician Assistant along with fellow audiologists.

ENT Nebraska – Our clinic is in excellent location within office building of CHI Health Saint Elizabeth hospital, Lincoln, Nebraska

Services include Vestibular Clinic and Hearing Aid Department

Required Master’s Degree – Audiology

Preferred Doctorate of Audiology

Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Audiology from ASHA

Practice services include comprehensive ear, nose and throat, including audiology. We treat hearing, balance, allergy and sinus issues.

Administer diagnostic tests of hearing to include:

  • Pure tone and speech audiometry
  • Immittance Audiometry
  • Posturography
  • Evaluates, recommends, fits and dispenses hearing aids/assistive devices
  • Will see Geriatric, Adult, adolescent, pediatric and infant population

Full time clinic Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Competitive compensation package to include, vacation, CME, malpractice insurance, retirement and core benefits.

Qualified candidates please send resume to:

Terri Bangert, MAA. Physician Recruitment Specialist. The Physician Network



The Physician Network is a physician-led organization dedicated to improving patient outcomes by enabling its providers to focus entirely on what they do best: practicing their specialties and providing superior health care services.

The Physician Network:

  • Has grown to 340+ providers
  • Consists of 50+ primary care and specialty care practice sites located throughout Nebraska
  • Is a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), the nation’s second largest Catholic health care system

The Physician Network’s affiliate hospitals include CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center and CHI Health Nebraska Heart Hospital in Lincoln; CHI Health Saint Francis Medical Center in Grand Island; CHI Health Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney; and CHI Health St. Mary’s Community Hospital in Nebraska City.

Audiologist Job Posting with Southwest Hearing Services in Montrose, Colorado



WHAT:  Southwest Hearing Services, Montrose, CO (established 1990) is offering a full-time position of Audiologist.  We trust that your knowledge, skills, team playing ability and expertise will be among our most valuable assets.  Come spend a day, meet our team and see our community! New Grads Welcome!!!!

We are willing to hire PRE-GRADUATION for the RIGHT CANDIDATE!

You will have a committed mentor to help you achieve not only these goals, but your own personal, professional and financial goals as well.

WHEN:  Immediately!

Where: Beautiful Western Colorado!  Our backyard is a stunning backdrop of the spectacular San Juan Mountains, and we are home of the Black Canyon National Park.  We have Gold Medal fly fishing on the Gunnison River and year round access to skiing, hiking, biking and walking trails.  We are a rich community of music and art.  Cost of the living is much lower than other Colorado cities.  Our climate is mild with high desert winters.  We boast over 300 days of sunshine a year!


Our main office is located in Montrose, CO with a satellite office in Gunnison.  Come see our new spacious, state of the art, passive solar office!


OUR MISSION:  Keep our patients connected to family, friends and community with grace, gratitude and respect as our daily guides!


Contact:  Dr. Karen Mercer, Au.D. / Director of Audiology

mercermontrose@msn.com   or  cell # (970) 275-0192


Montrose websites to visit:

www.visitmontrose.com / www.cityofmontrose.org / www.co.montrose.co.us