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 Hearing Aid Practitioner
Edmonton, AB
Posted: 03/04/19

Build a career in one of the most established, ever-growing companies in the industry. Is your passion selling, working directly with people and changing the quality of their lives? Then you want to become a member of our team! With leading technology and great earning potential, Beltone is the right place for you!

Position Responsibilities:
• Assess patient's hearing abilities and related disorders
• Recommend and fit hearing aids and provide auditory rehabilitation to all in need
• Create or modify impressions for ear molds and hearing aid shells
• Act as an ambassador in the community via outreach programs

• Hold a current license to dispense hearing instruments
• Exceptional customer service skills
• Must have the ability to communicate test results in both writing and verbally

All candidates may submit their resumes to

Hearing Instrument Specialists or Hearing aid Practitioners - Greater Edmonton
Edmonton, AB
Posted: 02/19/19

iHear Unicare and its affiliates are looking for full-time Hearing Instrument Specialists or Hearing aid Practitioners in the greater Edmonton area.

iHear UnicareTM is an independently-owned Canadian hearing aid group which has been in operation in the greater Edmonton area since 2005.

Required Qualifications:
• License to practice as a Hearing Instrument Specialist or Registered Hearing Aid Practitioner
• Demonstrated professional conduct towards clientele, colleagues, and manufacturers,
• Candid, outgoing, and friendly personality,
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Compassionate in assisting clients with their hearing care needs,
• Aptitude for active involvement with the public and healthcare community,
• A team player to enhance and actively promote a positive work environment, and
• Ability to work effectively with management and other colleagues.

The Employment Package Includes:
• Excellent and competitive compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience
• Health benefits, including dental, vision, and medications,
• Reimbursement of professional registration dues, symposium registration fees, and travel expenses.
• Possibility of shareholder incentives and partial ownership stake in new clinics.

We look forward to hearing from you if you are interested in the above position.
To apply, please email with an up-to-date resume including 3 references.

Audiology Innovations - Audiologists / Hearing Instrument Specialists
Posted: 02/07/19

Our hearing care clinics are hiring additional team members.

As one of the most well-respected clinical hearing clinic groups in Alberta, we are looking for one or more dynamic hearing care professionals to add to our team.

We focus on understanding beneficial advancements in the field of hearing care with our team and implementing these with our patients.

In the past year alone, we became registered Roger wireless technology clinics by arranging specialized training of advanced speech in noise devices, received clinical family-centred care training by a national clinical expert in the field, and invested in a staff team building and procedure improvement retreat in Canmore, which has led us to implement many innovative staff-led ideas to improve how we do things. We will be focusing on our patients in the coming year with a large-scale event geared to educate them about their hearing and latest advancements in research and technology.

Opportunities currently exist in Calgary.

We are seeking Audiologists or hearing Instrument specialists who are looking for a new challenge or seeking a great start to their career. We are currently accepting resumes and cover letters which show us what you would bring to our innovative team.

Position Overview
Working in one or more of our clinics in Calgary or Edmonton, your primary role will be to assist patients with their hearing care. You will guide the patient process by testing prospective clients, and providing them with appropriate hearing care, including hearing protection, counseling, hearing aids and assistive listening devices, ensuring a steady flow of repeat and referral business.

This opportunity includes:
-working with one of the most well-respected teams in the Western Canadian hearing care industry
-a highly professional workplace environment where staying up to date on research and technology is paramount. We invest in skill-based learning that is evidence based and offers the patient the best options for their situation
-a flexible, team-oriented work environment where team members support one another, resulting in a successful clinic that brings out each staff members’ natural talents
-high quality equipment and boutique environment feel. We invest in our surroundings because we want our entire team to work in a nice place.
-being exposed to the latest research and technology available in our industry due to frequent educational seminars that we deliver to health care professionals and the general public, the research that we are involved with in the industry, and our contacts with Universities and well-respected colleagues
-locations in pedestrian friendly areas with street life, restaurants, cafes and walking paths
-opportunities to learn-We are a Platinum level Lyric clinic, Roger certified clinic and family-centred care clinic
-opportunities for continued professional growth within the business as you help it grow
-opportunities to get involved in the local hearing care community, based upon our involvement with the non-profit agencies as well as seniors’ and health professional groups
-opportunities to have real input in how we do things. We value your input and suggestions and can make useful changes in a timely manner
-variety: you will see clients on low income programs as well as executive health clientele. We will always do what’s best for our patient, regardless of their income, to find them a hearing care solution that works for them
-supportive colleagues and team with extensive experience to share
-excellent reputation which leads to an extensive physician, health care and current patient referral base

Pay: base salary with a healthy bonus structure. We are very busy. Our clientele is happy, so you will be successful if you are a smart, engaged individual who is a hard worker. We don’t require ‘quotas’ or require staff to prescribe a specific manufacturer, as we have found that our employees prefer to work without this added pressure. They are therefore flexible to do what is ‘best’ for our patients. We also offer an employee health benefit program and work schedule flexibility.

Responsibilities include:
-Family focused interviewing, diagnostic level examination and evaluation of hearing, counseling of hearing results to patients and their family
-Recommendation of appropriate options for hearing devices if required
-Fitting of hearing instruments with Noah and various manufacture software
-Counseling patients with regards to cerumen management, Tinnitus, aural rehabilitation, assistive listening devices, custom hearing protection, related health care professionals
-Post hearing device counselling and guidance and follow up care to those with hearing loss, including hearing aid adjustments with Real ear, and suggestions for use
-Maintaining high quality digital patient records and chart notes
-Sharing information with the team and asking for professional input when necessary
-Repairing hearing instruments and accessories;
-Ensuring accurate completion of all internal and third-party forms;
-Documentation of sales and repairs, key performance indicators etc.
-Assisting in marketing activities in and around the clinic and community
-Participating in ongoing learning, staying up to date in the field with team and individual based learning


-Registered Audiologist or Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist in the province of Alberta in good standing or a candidate for licensure
-Previous dispensing or fitting experience an asset but not required
-Experience is preferred however if you are a recent graduate, we would still be very interested in meeting with you
-Excellent English skills
-Strong computer skills

Skills required: organized/collaborative/confidant/willing to learn/enthusiastic/strong communicator/problem solver/hard worker

We want team members who appreciate and live our team values:
1. Treat people the way they want to be treated
2. Build trust by doing what’s best for the patient
3. Be generous
4. Go beyond what’s expected
5. Celebrate best efforts
6. Collaborate with our teams

We are accepting resumes with cover letters for current and future positions.
Contact or call 403-252-4722.

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