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Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech
Date Needed: Immediately
The Clarke Hearing Center of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech is seeking a full time, Clinical and Dispensing Audiologist. The Clarke Hearing Center, an outpatient clinic serving adults, children and infants. The ideal candidate must be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in Massachusetts and holds an AuD. Experience with both adult and pediatric diagnostics, hearing aid management and hearing assistance technology is preferred
The Clarke Hearing Center is not your typical outpatient clinic. The Hearing Center offers great variability in the types and ages of patients we work with, the flexibility of product choice, and an environment in which you are challenged to continue to grow as a professional and clinician. Working with individuals, families and the community, the Hearing Center offers more than diagnostic testing and hearing aid dispensing for all ages; our staff also has the option of performing community education seminars, regional conference presentations, and mainstream educational audiology services.
Located in the heart of the Pioneer Valley, Northampton offers an environment rich in arts, music, education, and culture. Our downtown is vibrant and has much to offer. The city has been recognized in recent years by numerous publications as a top rated town for the arts, for families, for historic preservation and for outdoor activities.
The Clarke Hearing Center operates under the umbrella of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (previously known as The Clarke School for the Deaf). The School was founded in 1867, adding an outpatient, community based hearing clinic, the Clarke Hearing Center, in 1974. Since opening our doors, the Hearing Center has served tens of thousands of individuals with hearing loss and their families.
Interested parties may submit a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Ventura County Office of Education
Date Needed: August 8, 2017
Ventura County Office of Education, located in Southern California, is seeking an educational audiologist to join the Hearing Conservation & Audiology Services team. Under the supervision of the Director, the audiologist supports the identification, intervention, and education of children with hearing loss. The audiologist conducts audiological evaluations with infants, toddlers, and school-aged children; assesses and consults regarding auditory functioning and hearing technology (hearing aids, cochlear implants and hearing assistive technology) as applicable to the educational setting; educates and guides parents to intervention and educational resources; and collaborates and communicates with education and community professionals working with deaf and hard of hearing students in the county. Actual responsibilities may be defined according to the range of knowledge and skills and departmental needs. Opportunities for both clinic and school based services.
Must possess or be eligible for a valid California State license in Audiology, a valid Clinical or Rehabilitative Services Credential in Audiology, and a valid California driver’s license.
Apply online at: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/932774
If you have questions, contact: Leslie Comstock, Director, at email@example.com or (805) 437-1380
Northwestern Illinois Association
Date Needed: July 1, 2017
Northwestern Illinois Association is seeking a part time Educational Audiologist starting July 1, 2017. The audiologist assists in the identification of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and in the development, implementation and follow-up of programs for children who are deaf and hard of hearing. The audiologist is responsible for maintaining hearing assistive technology. Service locations are Kane County and Winnebago County in Illinois.
Applicant must complete the NIA online application at www.thenia.org. and also send a formal letter of application with resume and list of references.
Send this to: Angela Lew-Stolzoff, Head Audiologist
Northwestern Illinois Association
2002 East Fifth Street
Sterling, IL 61081
815 625 7931
West Salem, Wisconsin
Date Needed: August 14, 2017
CESA #4, based in West Salem, Wisconsin, is seeking a full-time Educational Audiologist. The Educational Audiologist will work closely with CESA #4 DHH teachers and provide audiological support to students with documented hearing loss. The audiologist evaluates student’s audiograms and provides recommendations on hearing technology needs as well as educates teachers and students in the use of hearing technology in the classroom. The audiologist works with school staff to ensure auditory access to their educational environment. They effectively consult with various educational staff to identify the audiological needs of students with hearing loss and determine supports necessary for success. Applicants should have excellent written communication, verbal communication, and interpersonal skills.
Education: Master’s or Clinical Doctorate in Audiology (AuD); Valid Wisconsin Audiology License; Valid Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Educational Audiology License or meets necessary requirements to obtain
Please apply at: http://www.cesa4.k12.wi.us/employment.cfm
You may apply utilizing the (MS Word interactive template) located on the CESA 4 Website and email to:
Contact: Lillian Rider Itinerant Service Director CESA 4
Prairie Lakes Area Education Agency
Storm Lake, Iowa
Date Needed: Immediately
Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Audiology; License from Department of Education with special education endorsement for school audiologist or statement of professional recognition with current audiology license from the Iowa Department of Public Health.
Takes initiative to develop initial and ongoing positive relationships with children, parents, school personnel, professional colleagues, and community; Serves as an advocate for children with hearing impairment and develops a positive working relationship with all children served and families; Provides identification services by conducting a systematized program to find hearing impairment in children from birth to age 21; Administers appropriate audiological evaluations according to department guidelines; Provides training of the audiometrists throughout screening/identification procedures; Disseminates hearing information to students, parents, school personnel, physicians, professional colleagues, and others as appropriate; Provides appropriate counseling for children and parents regarding educational, medical, social, and psychological implications of hearing loss; Consults with AEA and LEA staff and provides appropriate inservice regarding a student’s particular hearing loss, amplification and implications of that hearing loss; Reviews needs and acts as a resource concerning amplification, hearing aid evaluation, and counseling regarding use of amplification; Suggest appropriate referrals to physicians, specialists, and other service providers; Ensure proper fit and functioning of auditory devices.
If you are interested in this position, please apply online through our website https://prairielakes.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Northland Learning Center
Date Needed: September 6, 2017
Educational Audiologist needed to work with students ages birth to 21 in several rural districts in northeastern MN. The candidate will work with four special ed directors and within the districts they serve. There will be four D/HH teachers and the students they serve. Travel is required. Assess students, check equipment and set up plans. Must be flexible and willing to work with a variety of people.
Apply online at www.northlandsped.org under Employment.
Contact Dr. Reggie Engebritson, Executive Director, at 218-471-1040 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.