AUDIOMETRIC TECHNICIAN (TRAVEL REQUIRED)
Looking for a career change? Do you like helping people and making a difference? Join our team based out of Anchorage. We have a friendly and professional environment. We will get you certified and trained on the job as an audiometric technician/ Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist. Our mission is to be the best hearing conservation service provider in Alaska. Our foremost goal is to help in the prevention of hearing loss from noise and other factors.
Alaska Occupational Audiology and Health Services is a hearing conservation service provider that has been in business for 23 years. We are a nationally recognized service with the familiarity and responsibility of a local provider. Enjoy a positive and purposeful environment. We are looking to train and certify Audiometric Technicians to join our team as soon as possible. We provide on-site hearing testing and related services for employers and on occasion there may be travel to Alaska.
Overnight Travel is required. If you like some travel in your job then this is the one for you. You will see various parts of Alaska. When a technician is traveling and testing clients they are eligible for a daily bonus and all travel expenses are covered by CONUS.
This position has a varied schedule, which may include some early morning and late night shifts. We do our best to accommodate the needs of our clients needs and our employees.
This position requires being able to lift up to 50 pounds and sit or stand for long periods of time.
*This job is contingent on passing a background check and drug screening.
- Meet with patients and conduct routine tests with the audiometer.
- Daily driving to and from testing locations in a large box truck.
- Contact clients prior to testing to confirm service details via phone or email.
- Perform on site hearing testing, otoscope exams, training in hearing conservation, and proper selection of hearing protection.
- Preparation of all post test results, reporting, and communications of results with clients.
- Responsible for analysis and explanation of test results to each client along with appropriate counseling as needed.
- Evaluate fit of hearing protection devices and provide appropriate recommendations as part of clients’ hearing conservation program.
- Conduct accurate noise level survey measurements and evaluation write-ups. Responsible for communications of appropriate recommendations based off survey measurements.
- Maintain patient files and perform clerical duties and other administrative support functions.
- Inspect trucks for safety concerns and maintenance.
*Certification by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC) is a requirement of this position, but is not needed to apply. Paid training and certification will be provided.
This position is full-time with benefits to include Medical, Dental and 401(k).
Salary is DOE.
Please send cover letter including salary requirements, resume, and references to [email protected].