Pediatric Audiologists – up to $10,000 sign on + Relocation
When you join the healthcare team at Phoenix Children’s, you’ll see the world of medicine through the eyes of a child. You’ll be amazed by something new every day, inspired by the capabilities and expertise of your co-workers, and you’ll be able to transform your professional ambitions into realities. Here, you can be part of a growing system that will never outgrow its sense of joy, purpose or discovery. Come grow with us.
Pediatric Audiologists - up to $10,000 sign on + Relocation
We’re looking for lifelong learners who transform curiosity into discovery to join us in an inspiring place—filled with hope, positivity, support and compassion.
Sign-on bonuses and relocation incentives are available. We are now hiring full-time Audiologists for our Main, Gilbert, and Avondale campuses. Arrowhead is coming in 2024. Phoenix Children’s has the largest team of pediatric audiologists in the Phoenix area. Each member of our team has pediatric-specific training in diagnostics and hearing aids. We work closely with many other specialties, including otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat/ENT), speech pathology, and hematology and oncology. We also work closely with outside providers, such as school districts, community otolaryngologists, pediatricians, and early intervention specialists.
- Seeks advice from other audiologists on aspects of practice as needed
- Selects appropriate diagnostic assessments, such as evoked potentials, otoacoustic emissions, tympanometry, conditioned play, etc, based on age of child, development level, reason for visit, medical history and department guidelines. Uses age appropriate communication style and language with patients. Obtains and interprets age specific audiometric data correctly using department norms. Demonstrates knowledge of normal growth progression (physical, cognitive, social, emotional) and developmental milestones
- Effectively interviews parents prior to formal evaluation and communicates results, recommendations, and financial resources to parents after evaluation in an effective manner. Involves family in care plans and educational activities.
- Makes appropriate recommendations for amplification, therapy, referral, follow up testing, educational adaptations, and home care for patients with hearing loss and for those at risk for hearing loss
- Seeks advice from other audiologists when treating patients with complex hearing loss, and syndromes as needed
- Selects, fits and checks hearing aids based on department guidelines. Refers appropriate patients to the cochlear implant team
- Submits correct codes to pre access for accurate insurance verification. Uses Hearing Aid and Loaner contract or tracking sheet consistently. Documents and charges for amplification within 24 hours
- Accurately completes documentation and charges within 24 hours.
- Completes clear concise reports using documentation templates.
- Includes appropriate professionals on cc of reports, following HIPAA guidelines.
- Enters orders for future visits
- Ensures safe handoffs via appropriate clinical information.
- Troubleshoots equipment, informs supervisor of equipment issues, and works with supervisor to create plan for coverage until equipment is repaired.
- Daily biologic check of all clinical equipment
- Participates in huddles and staff meetings
- Participates in the development of evidence-based protocols and guidelines.
- Participates in department process improvement
- Serves on audiology committees, and specialty teams.
- May supervise a practicum student after 3 years of experience
- Acquires continuing education to increase professional growth.
- Proactively shares knowledge gained with peers
Phoenix Children’s offers full- and part-time employees a comprehensive benefits package including:
- Competitive pay with incentives
- Sign-on bonus up to $10,000 plus generous location package*
- 401(k) Retirement Plan with company match
- Health, dental, vision, and life insurance beginning the first day of the month following hire date
- Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per year
- Childcare discounts and much more!
- Doctoral degree in Audiology from an accredited program
- Prior pediatric diagnostics experience
- Cochlear implant experience preferred
- Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or American Board of Audiology Certification Current nationally recognized certification (ASCP or equivalent).
- Eligible to obtain an AZ Department of Health Services Audiology and Speech Language Pathology license (including dispensing Audiologist) prior to start date.
*terms and conditions apply
For immediate consideration, please email your resume to Aaron Cook: email@example.com