Do you have the uFactor?
You know that success is a result of what you do every day and the way you do it. You thrive on making every experience terrific for yourself and for others. You understand that great things spring from great relationships, and that the best product in the world will delight a customer only when really great people stand behind it. You genuinely care about making a difference in people’s lives, and are creative and collaborative in finding ways to do it. If this sounds like you, you could have the uFactor – and you might be interested in this opportunity:
Perform all functions of Audiology and Technical Services, including but not limited to: provide Audiological and technical support via telephone to Hearing Healthcare Professionals with regard to software, hardware, product and fit related issues; conduct regional, in-office and online customer training activities; interface with various inter-company departments to provide training and support for product lines.
Take incoming calls to the Professional Services Call Center (70%).
Assist with product/feature/software training for interdepartmental personnel (20%).
Conduct local, in-office, and online customer training activities (10%).
Special projects as assigned (5%).
Effective verbal and written English communication and presentation skills; excellent interpersonal skills with a strong team and customer orientation. Must be good at building and maintaining relationships.
Excellent telephone etiquette with a mature, professional demeanor.
Acute detail orientation with a willingness and commitment to follow up.
Strong time management, organizational, and prioritization skills, with an ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment.
Strong analytical and proactive problem solving skills.
Significant PC experience in a MS Windows environment, as well as experience with digital technology, fitting software, and NOAH.
Education & Required Licensure
Master’s or Doctorate in Audiology and the possession of (or eligible to obtain) a Minnesota Audiology License. A temporary Minnesota Audiology License is initially permitted for a maximum of 12 months.
Previous clinical experience and industry experience required, 2+ years preferred.
We’re Unitron – and we’d like to meet you
Do you have what it requires to join the hearing company that delivers exceptional customer experience through renowned personal service and products that make a real difference in people’s lives? We offer an exciting and challenging position with growth opportunities in an energetic organization and fast-growing industry. We believe in recognition and fair reward for a job well done. And because Unitron is a member of the Sonova group – the world’s leading provider of innovative hearing solutions – you’ll have a world of places you can take your career. Our Director of Human Resources, Lynn, is looking forward to receiving your online application. Please include a cover letter outlining your salary requirements and your resume.
Unitron is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/M/F/V/D). Please contact us if you’d like an alternative application method.
Sonova USA, Inc. (5500)
14755 27th Avenue North
MN 55447 Plymouth
- Experience Level Junior
- Total Years Experience 0-5
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