The Army Medical Department is recruiting fully qualified audiologists to serve in the Army Medical Service Corps.
Applicants must have an AuD or PhD in Audiology from an accredited program and must meet professional qualifications for unrestricted practice.
Army audiologists provide clinical, rehabilitative, occupational, educational, operational and industrial hearing services to Soldiers, civilian noise exposed workers and other eligible beneficiaries. Serving as an Army audiologist provides opportunities for professional growth and development in management, leadership, research, and education. Army audiology positions are available in several States, Germany, Korea, Alaska and Hawaii. Army audiologists receive excellent pay and benefits to include medical and dental coverage, low-cost life insurance, continuing education, 30 days annual vacation, and 10 federal holidays. Army audiologists also receive board certification pay. Loan repayment program is available for those that qualify.
For more information, contact COL Kathy Gates, Audiology Consultant to the Army Surgeon General via e-mail or by phone at (202) 782-8607.