Starkey is looking for a dynamic Research Audiologist who will support the initiatives of the Clinical and Audiology Research team. The primary responsibility of this position is conducting a variety of short- and long-term research and validation studies that will have an impact on future hearing aid technology and bring benefit to the hearing impaired. Projects include perceptual science experiments, prototype technology evaluations, novel audiological procedure development, validation and usability of products and features, and post-market studies of user benefit. The individual in this role will participate on multidisciplinary teams throughout Starkey, including Research and Development, Product Management, Marketing and Education & Training. If you have a passion for Research and want to impact patient’s lives through innovation and technology, please apply today!
Hearing is key to our health and happiness. At Starkey, we are in the business of connecting people and changing lives. We believe being able to hear the world and the people around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing. Many recent advances are already being recognized as disruptive technologies that have positioned Starkey hearing aids as the industry’s first devices that go beyond providing just audiological amplification. Our hearing aids now incorporate Artificial Intelligence, embedded activity sensors, language translation and transcription services, as well as an always-on personal voice assistant.
- Ph.D, Au.D, or Master’s Degree in Audiology or Hearing Science; equivalent training and experience may qualify
- Current Audiology or Hearing Aid Dispensing license is strongly preferred
- At least one year of professional experience required
- Experience conducting experiments with hearing-impaired subjects
Our research audiologist will:
- Conduct audiological and related research in support of product development
- Participate in project ideation, including conducting pilot and feasibility studies on prototype products and software
- Conduct pre-production validation and usability studies on products, features, and software
- Perform tasks related to human subject testing in the hearing research laboratories
- Manage data and documentation
- Promote research internally and externally
- Publish research in audiology-related peer-reviewed and trade journals
- Write white papers on products, features, and other research topics
- Present at industry conferences
- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of hearing aid technology and advances in audiology
- An experienced team built around a culture of professional growth and knowledge-sharing
- We celebrate innovation – finding creative ways to serve our customers better than anyone else
- Global leader in the design, development, and distribution of comprehensive hearing technologies
- We serve with passion, purpose, and excellence
- Here’s the bottom line – we work so people can hear!
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