Are you an experienced audiologist looking to take the next step in your career? Looking for ways to cultivate your professional growth? Would you like to play an important role in building a successful audiology department from the ground up? If so, come join our team!
FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Centers is the fastest growing physical therapy franchise in America, proudly setting the benchmark for the highest level of care. Our mission is to prevent needless suffering and empower our clients to flourish. Hearing well is crucial to cognitive health, aging well, and assisting our clientele to leading active joy filled lives. Audiology services are a natural fit. We are making strides to develop the relationship between physical therapy and audiology by adding audiological services to our Delray Beach office. With this comes an amazing opportunity for an experienced, self-motivated audiologist with an entrepreneurial spirit to launch this new venture.
- A strong desire to develop audiological protocols and a hearing aid dispensing practice.
- An understanding, or willingness to learn the relationship between physical therapy and audiology.
- 5+ years’ experience with hearing aid dispensing, fitting, care and maintenance preferred
- Master’s or Doctorate degree in Audiology.
- Effective communication skills with the ability to collaborate across departments.
FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Center offers a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental & vision insurance, life insurance, short & long-term disability, and 401k.
If you are ready to thrive in a dynamic environment with a forward-thinking team, we encourage you to APPLY TODAY! Submit your application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Area
The center where we will launch audiology services is in Delray Beach. Just a couple miles northeast lies one of the quirkiest and charming cities in Palm Beach County, the seven-square-mile seaside lagoon community is big on the arts, hosting a world-renown Street Painting Festival that draws over 100,000 people to its town of 35,000. One of the more diverse areas of Florida outside of Miami, about 60 miles down the coast, it’s not uncommon to see Guatemalan businesses aside Finnish and German shops alongside a burgeoning Hispanic community. Immigrants from each respective culture, built thousands of historic cottages all over town over the years, that cover the landscape in colorful pastels. Complete with a tourist-friendly downtown, one of the largest and last remaining tracts of open, public beach and park in Southeast Florida, top-notch public schools and one of the most affordable coastal lifestyles in an otherwise unaffordable county, Delray Beach can’t be beat.
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