Hearing Aid Technician
Responsible for ensuring hearings aids are working properly. Most cases, its either wax filter, receivers or domes that need replaced. It is imperative to have someone that is reliable and able to work on their own to fix any immediate issues or having to send hearing aids out for repair.
Day to day operation consists of but not limited to,
Performs minor hearing aid repairs such as re-tubing, cleaning, installation of new batteries etc.
Pre-appointment preparation: E-mailing paperwork, registering patients, organizing charts.
Follow-up phone calls to patients as directed
Performs listening checks on all hearing aids and ear molds received back from repair
Prepares for and assist with off-site clinics. Assist with preparation of all necessary equipment and paperwork.
Checks voice messages periodically and return all phone calls same business day.
Create weekly social media posts Example: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & YouTube
Maintains supply inventory on a weekly basis and advises supervisor of needed supplies.
Performs additional tasks as assigned by Hearing Aid Dispenser/ Owners.
Traveling to senior communities in the surrounding areas
Company vehicle provided (Traveling is required)
Your compensation includes:
Hourly rate of $16 an hour at 16-32 hours of scheduled work per week.