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Washingtoin, District of Columbia
Date Needed: Immediately
Chattering Children is searching for a pediatric audiologist with at least five years experience in cochlear implant programming, pre and post implant assessment, hearing aid selection, verification, troubleshooting, and consultation. Additional services include Auditory Processing Disorder evaluations, parent support and counseling, multi-disciplinary teaming, as well as longitudinal research and data collection.
Chattering Children is a non-profit clinic providing an array of services for individuals with hearing loss in the community. Housed in The River School, our clinical team includes professionals with training in audiology, deaf education, speech language pathology, psychology, and occupational therapy.
Requirements include: AuD, (PhD optional), CCC-A, DC Audiology License, Pediatric diagnostic testing experience and Cochlear implant programming and troubleshooting experience.
Indiana State Department of Health
Scottsburg or Fort Wayne, Indiana
Date Needed: Immediately
The Indiana State Department of Health is currently seeking an Audiologist for the Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (CDHHE) for a couple regional sites in Indiana. This position provides audiological services to children age’s birth through school exit. This person would be expected to possess or obtain First Steps credentialing. This position works as a leader in Northeast Indiana along with one other State-employed staff member (Education Consultant) to enhance the likelihood of successful outcomes for children/students who are deaf or hard of hearing. This position also collaborates with CDHHE staff at the Central location for continuity of services and to assure that programming is aligned with the CDHHE Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan.
Responsibilities include: Provide comprehensive audiological assessments individually or with assistance to identify children with hearing loss or establish stability of hearing loss to include: case history, otoscopic inspection, auditory brainstem response (ABR), otoacoustic emissions (OAE), acoustic immittance, and behavioral audiometry (VRA, CPA, standard); Participation on Assessment team for multi-disciplinary assessments of children as needed; Complete and interpret audiograms, acoustic immittance measurements, ABR, OAE, and behavioral test results; Use current audiological, amplification and other information (i.e., tools to assess auditory skills) to provide appropriate audiological recommendations with regard to whole child development; Clearly and accurately explain test results and implications as well as other information during evaluations, consultations, Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings and Case Conference Committee meetings; Select, dispense, and manage appropriate amplification for children ages 0-3; Make ear impressions or modifications of earmolds as necessary; Use Desired Sensation Level (DSL) fitting protocol; Verify amplification characteristics using real-ear measures; Electroacoustically evaluated amplification devices and interpret their appropriateness for use; Complete written reports of individual and team evaluations for children tested/evaluated, including accurate and clear documentation of correspondence with parents and outside agencies and clear and concise explanation of evaluation results and other knowledge of child by participating in Individualized Family Service Plan or Case Conference Committee meetings or upon request; Participate in department, team, and audiological meetings to maintain efficient standards of service for children and families; Represent CDHHE in various functions as determined by director or supervisor through collaborative activities, networking and consulting with agencies, educational and medical professionals and other stakeholders.
Preferred Experience include minimum of Graduate degree in Audiology (AuD for new graduates); Indiana audiology licensure or immediate eligibility for Indiana licensure (Indiana Professional Licensing Agency – Speech Language Pathology & Audiology Board); Background and experience with pediatrics and difficult-to-test populations. For new audiology doctoral program graduates, an externship in pediatrics is a plus; Licensure as an audiologist by the Indiana Board of Examiners on Speech Pathology and Audiology required.
Please email resume and cover letter to Caitlin Floyd, Senior Recruitment Consultant at email@example.com for consideration.
Great Prairie AEA
Date Needed: Immediately
Full time – 192-day contract. South-central Iowa service region. Responsible for coordinating the hearing conservation services which include identification and diagnostic evaluation of pupils having hearing impairment in the schools assigned. Member of an educational team, assisting to insure the least restrictive environment and making recommendations and arrangements for proper programming for all children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Qualifications – Minimum of an MA/MS Degree with major emphasis in educational audiology and aural habilitation, possess Iowa certification endorsement #36, or hold a valid Iowa license as an audiologist, and possess a Statement of Professional Recognition.
Full job description and online application at: www.gpaea.org.
Please contact Julia Klyn, Human Resources Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or if you need assistance.
Great Prairie Area Education Agency is an equal opportunity employer.
Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
Date Needed: Immediately
Employee Status: Temporary
Hours Per Week: As Needed
Work Calendar: 10-Month
Pay Rate: $36.00-$43.75 hourly
Other: Experience working with infants and toddlers preferred.
Qualifications include Master’s Degree or equivalent in Audiology, Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A) in Audiology or to be eligible for work toward CCC-A from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or board certification in Audiology from the American Academy of Audiology, experience in the area of habilitative/rehabilitative services with children, evidence of good interpersonal skills with adults and children, independent and reliable means of transportation.
Preferred qualifications include minor in education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, Speech Pathology or Early Childhood Education, knowledge of electro-physiological measures, manual communication skills/fluent in Sign Language and knowledge of computer applications in Audiology.
General duties involve perform individual audiological evaluations through the use of standard diagnostic, testing, behavioral assessments, OAE, ABR and admittance measures; make appropriate referrals to Otologists, Physicians, and other Audiologists as needed; provide audiological case management for children eligible for the program including making ear mold impressions; purchase, set and monitor FM systems; monitor and adjust personal amplification; disseminate information regarding available resources for appropriate amplification; counsel parents regarding newly identified hearing loss, communication needs and educational implications; educate public school staff, parent advisors, community and medical professionals on the educational implications of individual hearing loss; implement/maintain record keeping systems for tracking children evaluated and/or placed in the program; locate and train Audiology Test Assistants; participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings with local education agencies, community resource programs and statewide programs; maintain care of equipment/service contracts; conduct classroom noise level checks/acoustical modifications; perform other duties as assigned by supervisor; performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the supervisor.
Special requirements/conditions include routine travel required on weekly/monthly basis. Some overnight stays required.
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Temporary Educational Audiologist
UT Dallas – The Callier Center
Date Needed: February 1, 2017 – June 1, 2017
Temporary Full Time Educational Audiologist position providing educational audiology services to a local school district RDSPD. This includes special education students in deaf education placements.
Specific responsibilities include: Conducting audiological evaluations and assistive technology assessments; dispensing, monitoring and troubleshooting hearing aids and other assistive devices; providing information to students, parents, and staff concerning audiological needs and services; ongoing training of school staff regarding audiological equipment dispensed.
Qualifications include: A doctoral or master’s degree in Audiology from an accredited institution; hold a Texas state license in Audiology; excellent supervisory and interpersonal skills; experience performing behavioral audiometric testing on young and hard-to-test populations is highly preferred.
Please submit resumes, interest or inquiries to:
Jeffrey S. Martin, PhD
Head of Audiology
Callier Center for Communication Disorders
The University of Texas at Dallas