University of Louisville Physicians is hiring at the University of Louisville Outpatient Care Center
Location: 401 E. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Shift Option: 1st Shift
UofL Health is a fully integrated regional academic health system with seven hospitals, four medical centers, nearly 200 physician practice locations, more than 700 providers, the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute and the Brown Cancer Center.
With more than 12,000 team members—physicians, surgeons, nurses, pharmacists and other highly skilled health care professionals—UofL Health is focused on one mission: delivering patient-centered care to each and every patient each and every day.
As an academic health care system, we will transform the health of the communities we serve through compassionate, innovative, patient-centered care.
The Audiologist is responsible for administering diagnostic audiological tests that allow the differentiation between types of hearing disorders. The Audiologist will provide hearing aid testing, selection and fitting to all populations. Also, provides comprehensive diagnostic testing including ABR, ENG, ECOG, ASSR and other tests as needed. The Audiologist counsels’ patients regarding test results and reviews options which best meet their hearing care needs.
The successful candidate will join six audiologists, six otolaryngologists and approximately 30 AuD students in a large, multi-disciplinary, academic medical center environment. The audiologist will be expected to supervise AuD students and collaborate successfully with caregivers in a variety of specialties.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Initiative, communicator, problem solver
Proactive - anticipates and plans for problems before they arise
Service Excellence – responsive, informs constituents of process, pleasant to work with, educates and provides timely, accurate information
Organized – manages time effectively, keeps tasks appropriately prioritized
Flexible – ability to change directions as needed for the good of the department or organization
Critical Thinking – ability to think through issues and identify appropriate options
Work Ethics – motivated, diligent, industrious and persistent in the workplace, stays on tasks to completion, works at a fast pace to ensure optimal efficiency
Maintains a professional appearance at all times.
Interpersonal – can build effective, strong working relationships with employees, colleagues, management, consultants, and media through trust, communication, and credibility
Team – ability to work with others, serve others, help others, lead others, mentor others, take directions from others in the interest of moving process and programs forward to the desired outcome.
Emotional Intelligence – ability to not take issues personal, see the big picture in emotionally charged situations and respond in a mature, professional, composed manner
Self-Awareness – ability to reflect, understand limitations, and seek appropriate assistance and guidance
Judgment – exercises discretion and due diligence when making decisions and recommendations
Quality – is able to perform work in a neat, efficient, well-coordinated, well communicated manner with a high degree of accuracy and professionalism
Presentation – can speak in front of people to deliver necessary material or messaging
Diplomacy-is able to handle conflict or angry patients/guardians, discuss difficult issues in person and over the phone.
Pediatric and adult diagnostics to include otoscopy, tympanometry, pure tone and speech audiometry for self-scheduled patients and ENT clinical coverage
Hearing aid evaluations and fittings
Hearing aid follow-up evaluations and programming
Ear mold impressions
Vestibular diagnostics and treatment (including Videonystagmography, evoked potentials, and dynamic platform posturography)
Auditory Brainstem Response evaluations (threshold search and neurodiagnostic testing)
Implantable hearing device evaluations and programming (including Baha)
Cochlear implant evaluations and programming
AuD or Master’s degree in Audiology, possess the CCC-A credential and be eligible for Kentucky and possess current Kentucky licensure in audiology.