Thriving Audiology Practice

Seeks Clinical Audiologist

 

Innovative audiology practice seeks full-time audiologist interested in using their Au.D. to the fullest through hearing and tinnitus diagnostics, treatment, & rehabilitation. Brant Audiology & Tinnitus is the largest comprehensive private audiology practice in Wyoming. They have a steadfast commitment to providing the highest level of education and service to their patients. They also thrive on and giving back to the community; locally, nationally and globally. Despite the large size of the practice, each audiologist prides themselves on their ability to form genuine, meaningful connections with each and every patient. If you have a passion for treating the whole patient—not just their hearing loss—Brant Audiology & Tinnitus is the practice for you.

 

Benefits:
  • Competitive base salary with generous commission structure

  • Employer matched retirement plan (SIMPLE IRA)

  • Health Insurance Stipend

  • Continuing Education Stipend

  • Licensing Fees and Professional Liability Insurance

  • 14 days PTO annually

  • 10 paid holidays

 

Who we are:
  • Multi-location practice owned and operated by two ambitious Audiologists working to impact their community & profession with comprehensive hearing health treatment.

  • We believe in giving back to our community. Through our philanthropic non-profit, our mission is to provide hearing healthcare to individuals in Wyoming who cannot afford it on their own, while providing them with opportunities to give back to the community through service to others. We also provide hearing healthcare globally to those in need.

  • We set the bar for hearing health care. Our audiologists lead with care and science for every ear at every age; this means we often work collaboratively with other care providers to ensure comprehensive, holistic hearing health care. Evidence-based practice is at the center of every decision we make and treatment we choose.

  • Learn more about us here.

 

Requirements:
  • Eligible for Wyoming Audiology License

  • Must be a motivated audiologist ready to make an impact in the field of audiology

  • Outgoing, charismatic provider who enjoys working as part of a team

  • Must be proficient in the following clinical skills:

    • Diagnostics, including audiometry, immittance, DPOAEs, speech-in-noise testing, and loudness discomfort levels

    • Selection and fitting of hearing aids, including programming, verification, and counseling

    • Ability to make aural rehabilitation plan

    • Cerumen removal

    • Earmold impressions

 

Preferred, but open to training the right candidate:
  • Tinnitus Diagnostics, management, and counseling

  • Comfort with cochlear implant management

  • Bone-anchored device fitting & follow-up

  • Comfort with, or willing to learn, the following manufacturers:

    • Cochlear Americas

    • Oticon / Oticon Medical

    • ReSound

    • Starkey

  • Interest in understanding entrepreneurship and learning how a private practice operates

 

About the Cheyenne Community:

Cheyenne has much to offer independent singles, and families. The public school system in Cheyenne is well above average drawing young families who want quality education. There are a variety of attractions and entertainment opportunities throughout the year in the greater Cheyenne area. Home to 15 local museums, movie theaters, community theaters, a civic center, outdoor concerts and many other amenities, there is always something to do in Cheyenne. The artist community is also very strong and provides monthly artwork throughout the community, along with many other public events, making it a fun place to live. Additionally, Cheyenne is home to Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo which lasts 10 days during the month of July.

 

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Snowy Range mountains are only 45 miles west and offer skiing, hiking, camping, mountain biking, hunting, fishing & canoeing.  Additionally, Vedauwoo Recreation Area and Curt Gowdy State Park boast world class rock climbing, mountain bike trails, hiking, camping and fishing. Glendo Reservoir and Guernsey Reservoir are beautiful lakes north of town just off I-25. Cheyenne is also only about an hour away from most of Colorado’s famous mountain resorts. If you are looking for some “big city” excitement, Denver is a mere 90 minutes away.

 

To apply, simply email your resume to Employment@BrantAudiology.com!