Our Audiology Technician job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Audiology Technician role
Audiology technicians specialize in diagnosing and treating hearing loss and balance disorders in patients of all ages. They use specialized equipment to evaluate hearing, administer hearing tests, and recommend and fit hearing aids. They also provide counseling and support to patients and their families.
The purpose of an audiology technician is to assist audiologists in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing and balance disorders. Audiology technicians help audiologists evaluate and assess hearing loss, administer and interpret hearing tests, fit and maintain hearing aids, and provide counseling and support to patients and their families. They also conduct research and provide education on hearing health.
Audiology Technician Summary
Audiology Technician Job Summary
A Audiology Technician is responsible for providing quality care to individuals with hearing and balance problems. They provide testing, assessment, and treatment of hearing and balance disorders. Audiology Technicians work closely with Audiologists and other medical professionals to diagnose and treat hearing and balance problems. Responsibilities include performing basic hearing tests, fitting and programming hearing aids, evaluating earmolds, and providing patient education and counseling. They may also assist with research projects, provide hearing aid maintenance and repair, and maintain patient records.
Audiology Technician Duties
- Set up and maintain audiology equipment
- Test patients' hearing abilities
- Administer hearing tests
- Analyze test results and prepare reports
- Provide hearing aid evaluations, fittings and counseling
- Maintain patient records
Audiology Technician Skills
Audiology Technician Requirements
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Ability to handle sensitive information with discretion
- Knowledge of audiology equipment and procedures
- Excellent communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills
- Organizational abilities
- Ability to work independently