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Job Of The Day: Hearing Instrument Specialist with Binson's

Great employment opportunity for candidates in the Downriver area. 
Binson's Hearing Aid Services is hiring Hearing Instrument Specialist.

Candidate is trained in the testing of patients for a hearing loss and the sale of hearing aid technologically appropriate for the patient. You will conduct hearing screenings and exams, take ear impressions, and make recommendations for specific hearing aids based on the patient's type and degree of hearing loss. You will work with a team member to process all necessary paperwork to complete the sale. You will also program and fit the hearing aid to the patient, make adjustments as needed, answer patient's questions, and counsel the patient on how to care for his/her aids.

Apply today online at GiantJobs.net

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