Job Opportunity Details

Job ID Specialty Geographic Location City State Recruiter
2432933 Audiology Petoskey MI NP Now

Company Name: NP Now
Recruiter Name: David Wolfe
Contact Phone: 843-494-1253

Job Title: Audiologist - $80-95/hour

In HouseID:
1862303
Recruiter Email: david@nowhealthcare.org

Job Description

This is an Audiology Opportunity Only!

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We are seeking an Audiologist to conduct exams/assessments for the people who sacrificed the most for our country!!  

No evenings, no call, low patient volume. You pick when you want to work. Take the best lifestyle position in the USA for an Audiologist!

                                                                                                                                                               Resume to: felipe@np.nowhealthcare.org

The mission: fulfilling President Lincoln’s promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s veterans.

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule, work when you want to work….1-5 days per week…or just 1 day every few months, you decide!
  • You will be paid $120 per veteran seen. This comes out to roughly $80-140/hr on average, after all the documentation is done on each veteran.
  • Typically seeing only 4-14 veterans a day
  • Work from your own office or an office of your choice

About the Audiologist

  • As an audiology examiner you will conducting audiology exams and completing applicable disability benefits questionnaires. The questionnaire helps collect necessary medical information so that the VA may process a Veteran’s disability claims.
  • Audiogram (Puretone and Bone Conduction Thresholds) . Acoustic Reflex Testing/ Tympanometry (Ipsilateral and contralateral acoustic reflexes). Speech Discrimination Testing (Recorded presentation using a Maryland CNC word list). Stenger Test. Cerumen extraction
  • 50% of the veterans have new claims where you may have to review past records and consider occupational specialties. The other 50% is already service related and just reviewing whether it’s the same or worse type thing.
  • The veterans truly appreciate the care provided by the Audiologist, more so than the average patient going to a typical health system.
  • You will be fully trained in how to do these assessments. 

Ideal Audiologist:

  • Is investigative in nature, wants to understand the veterans claim, collect evidence, and stay unbiased. 
  • Someone who can stay focused on 1 patient at a time
  • Can handle the challenge of completing documentation. 
  • Must have access to an office to conduct these assessments.

Audiologist Requirement:

  • Masters or doctorate degree from a college or university accredited by either the Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE) or the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
  • State licensed
  • You need an office to do these assessments, we cannot provide one.




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