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Are you ready to join an organization where you can make an extraordinary impact every day?

It is no secret that lives are changed forever at HEAR Wisconsin. Founded in 1926, the state-wide nonprofit organization helps infants, children, and adults who are deaf or hard of hearing by providing the support and services they need to live full, successful lives. Each year HEAR Wisconsin provides critical services to thousands of individuals through its early intervention services, sign language interpreting, assistive listening device store, and audiology clinic.

The organization has an immediate Part-Time position (28 hours/week) available for a dedicated and motivated Audiologist at its West Allis facility (flexible days and hours). The clinic has been recently remodeled, featuring state of the art equipment and sound booth.  Salary is negotiable based on experience.

Position Summary:

The ideal candidate must possess clinical independence, be self-motivated and driven to provide the best standard of care for diagnostics, hearing aid fitting, hearing protection, and patient education. In addition, he or she has an entrepreneurial spirit, is efficient, highly organized, motivated to increase services and have a desire to integrate into the community and seek out opportunities to grow the clinic to its fullest potential.

The desire to help the communication needs of every individual with compassion is a must. Motivated new graduates may apply!


  • Conducts comprehensive diagnostic audiological assessments (for individuals of all ages) and interprets behavioral, electroacoustic, and/or electrophysiologic methods to assess hearing, auditory function, balance, tinnitus, and related
  • Otoscopic examination and cerumen removal
  • Evaluates, recommends and provides hearing technology selection, fitting, programming, verification, troubleshooting and provides necessary repairs
  • Makes ear impressions and order customized earmolds for hearing aids, musician’s earplugs, noise protection,
  • Recommends and provides hearing assistive technology systems (HATS)
  • Counsels and educates patients and families/ caregivers about hearing status and the possible need for treatment/management
  • Counsels and educates regarding psychosocial adjustments of hearing
  • Meets established strategic goals to improve and grow the audiology
  • Promotes hearing health
  • Maintains documentation and patient files in accordance with HIPAA regulations and requirements


  • Must possess a doctorate of audiology (AuD) or a master’s degree in audiology (from an accredited program)
  • Must possess Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology as granted by the American Speech- Language-Hearing Association or certificate-eligible and obtain certificate within 12 months of
  • Current license with the State of Wisconsin or eligibility for licensure

The successful Audiologist will also possess the following qualities:

  • Entrepreneurial, self-starter attitude
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • The ability to prioritize and handle a high volume of
  • The ability to work in a team
  • A desire to contribute to our practice, our team, our patients, and our
  • The ability to interact professionally with patients, physicians, and team
  • Strong computer skills with experience in electronic health records

To Apply: Submit resume to for consideration.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against based on disability.

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