At Beltone, we believe the best way to offer our patients premium service is to value our employees and create a positive work environment. We are proud of a culture that emphasizes collaboration and empowerment. As a Hearing Care Professional, you sell hearing instruments by educating patients on their individual hearing loss and the technology available to help them hear better.
Conduct patient comprehensive hearing evaluations
Consult with patient and recommend the Beltone product that best fits their lifestyle
Fit patient with hearing aid settings to match their need
Educate patients on the use of hearing aids and other hearing accessories
Provide appropriate aftercare with all patients to ensure the highest standard of patient care
Ensure the Belcare promise is upheld with every patient
Secure repeat and referral business through utilization of patient referral program and positive online reviews
Partner with the Patient Services Coordinate to lead the office in outreach initiatives; track and provide feedback to show effectiveness
Maintain a clean and welcoming office and work environment
Previous dispensing or fitting experience preferred
Current license to dispense hearing instruments in the state in which you will be working; OR
AuD with the necessary requirements to dispense hearing instruments in the state in which you will be working
Proven experience of achieving sales goals
Exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Willing to work flexible hours/days
Must have good dexterity in both hands
Beltone offers innovative hearing technology, plus superior patient care which makes us a great place to grow professionally. You can expect a wide range of excellent employee benefits that make it truly rewarding to work with us. We value commitment to excellence in patient care, integrity, honesty and respect for our internal staff.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant.
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