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Audiologist

Berger Henry ENT Specialty Group is seeking a Pennsylvania licensed audiologist.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform audiological evaluations including Tympanometry and OAE with interpretation for our physicians
  • ENG and ABR experience a plus
  • We are a busy and growing ENT practice serving all of the greater Philadelphia area. Some local travel is required

To apply for the position of Audiologist, please complete the Job Application PDF below.

 


 

Back Desk Receptionist

Responsibilities:

  • Be the first person to answer phone calls
  • Scan company and patient documents and files
  • Scan the Financial Responsibility forms
  • Scan original audiograms and issue to patients
  • Assist the Patient Care Assistant (PCA) with blue sheets
  • Cover the other receptionists when they are away from their desk

To apply for the position of Back Desk Receptionist, please complete the Job Application PDF below.

 


 

APPLY – Job Application

Please click to open, then save, complete, and send the job application to:
relliott@bergerhenryent.com

 

Application for Employment

 

Detailed Instructions:
Once clicked, the PDF will open in a browser. It will not be editable. However, to edit and complete the Job Application, please save the PDF to your computer or laptop then re-open it in Adobe Reader.

Once the Job Application has been completed, save again to your computer or laptop, then attach it in an email, with cover letter, and send to: relliott@bergerhenryent.com.

Thank you for considering BergerHenry ENT Specialty Group.

 

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