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Audiologist job description

An Audiologist is a medical professional who assists patients with ear-related issues.


Use this Audiologist job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.


Audiologist responsibilities include:

  • Administering tests on patients and recording results for future reference
  • Conducting auditory tests when required by a physician
  • Supplying listening devices such as hearing aids

Job brief

We are looking for an Audiologist to join our team and assist our patients with a variety of ear-related medical problems. 

Audiologist responsibilities include consulting with patients to understand their medical needs, running a variety of medical tests and overseeing the ongoing rehabilitation of patients. 

Ultimately, you will work directly with patients to help them identify and address a variety of ear-related health concerns.


  • Examine patients with ear, hearing or balance and other related problems
  • Assess exam results and diagnose the patient
  • Determine the best course of treatment, taking the patient’s needs and concerns into consideration
  • Fit and dispense hearing aids
  • Provide counseling for the patient and close family members on how to best listen and communicate using methods such as lip reading or other technology
  • Evaluate and follow up on the patient’s condition and record any developments
  • Educate patients on ways to prevent hearing loss

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as an Audiologist or similar role
  • Ability to communicate with patients about sensitive topics
  • Work well with other medical professionals to diagnose and treat patients as needed
  • Problem-solving skills to identify issues with patients
  • Relevant training and/or certifications as an Audiologist

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