We are seeking a dynamic, detail-oriented Education & Training Audiologist that will be responsible for contributing to the education and training needs of the company. This will include providing audiology, technical, and product training to customers, prospective customers, and Starkey employees. The employee will have the ability to train and present content in-person and virtually. The employee will also participate in the development of training content.
Hearing is key to our health and happiness. Starkey is much more than the hearing aids we produce. 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.
- Doctorate Degree in Audiology required
- Experience with Hearing Aid Fittings/Dispensing
- Eligibility for State Audiologist License
Our education and training audiologist in the mountain region will:
- Provide in-person and virtual training on Starkey products, software, and mobile apps to customers in the Mountain Sales Region
- This may include travel to customer offices, regional meetings, and corporate headquarters as needed for training events
- Participate in department, product, and related meetings as necessary
- Create education and training materials including presentations, handouts, and other related materials. Review and participate in the development of written content, e.g., white papers, articles, training materials, etc.
- Work collaboratively with Sales, Events, Marketing, Customer Service, and Research & Development as needed for creating training resources or disseminating product knowledge
- Utilize and manage the Training Request Form process to track training sessions and facilitate Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Schedule any travel independently and within corporate guidelines that is required for training events
- Maintain appropriate administrative records
- This includes maintaining expenses within published corporate guidelines
- Remain current in clinical skills by participating in clinical activities throughout the year
- Normal office conditions: home office and occasionally work out of Starkey headquarters
- Travel is required; up-to 50% travel annually. Occasional evening and weekend work is required
- Ability to lift up-to 40 pounds is occasionally required
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