Island Audiology is looking for a talented audiologist for our established private practice clinic in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. We have been providing hearing care to the community for 18+ years and have built strong relationships with local physicians, which provides a steady flow of patient referrals and hearing aid candidates. We value clinical autonomy and reward our team for results. Our practice has a generous incentive plan in addition to the base salary, so a driven individual can earn upwards of six figures and advance their own success!

The Ideal Candidate is:

    • Committed to successfully identifying and treating hearing aid candidates
    • Focused on delivering the highest quality of care using audiology best practices
    • A good communicator with a positive “can-do” attitude
    • An organized, detail-oriented, and results-driven team player
    • Eager to learn and grow professionally through individual and team professional development training and collaboration
    • Involved in marketing and community outreach, including physician visits, health fairs, etc.


    • Health, dental, and vision insurance, fully paid by employer
    • Eligible for the Hawaii Educational Loan Repayment Program with a benefit of $25k per year: view details here
    • Vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and a 401k retirement plan with employer match Quality professional development training Development of entrepreneurial skills and private practice business knowledge
    • Great location in a beautiful area – enjoy an ocean view as you see patients
    • Relocation Assistance and Signing Bonus

Other Requirements:

    • Au.D. or Master’s degree in Audiology
    • Current Hawaii Audiology License in good standing (or the ability to acquire one by the time of employment)
    • Certification by ASHA or ABA
    • Experience preferred, but strong new graduates are encouraged to apply

COVID-19 considerations:

All patients, staff, and visitors are required to wear masks. Surfaces are regularly disinfected. Staff must be vaccinated, and remain updated with recommended boosters.