The Stepping Stones Group Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 2 months ago

Together we can stand even stronger behind our mission to bring children and families first-class audiology services. As industry leaders, we'll continue to bring you unrivaled opportunities for professional and personal growth.

The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing Audiologists for the 2022-2023 school year in Atlanta, GA!

Our teams are constantly raising the bar to excite, inspire and unite Audiologists across the nation and beyond. Join our team today! Together we can continue to transform lives and make a difference.

Our Audiologists now have access to even MORE:

  • Opportunities to Grow

  • Career Possibilities

  • Support you Deserve

  • Stability you Need


  • Graduate from a an Audiology program

  • Current license as an Audiologist in GA

Benefits Made for You!

  • Full health benefits

  • Professional development allowance & wellness stipend

  • Clinical support

  • Online resources, ASHA approved webinars, therapy ideas and free CEUs

  • Student loan repayment plans

  • Referral bonuses for every new hire!

  • 401(k) and more!

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