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8 Jun 2023
School Network Staff Educational Audiologist – Poudre School District
Salary: $64,857 – $89,503/year *based on qualifications and experience
Start date: August 2023
Work calendar days: 190 days
Duration of position: Ongoing
Benefits include: Health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, PERA retirement, paid time off, short and long term disability, as well as other optional benefit elections.
The Educational Audiologist will focus their practice on supporting students with hearing difficulties in an educational setting by evaluating the student’s hearing, listening, and auditory processing deficits that can affect their academic success, communication abilities and well-being. The educational audiologist also educates teachers, parents/guardians, and children on management of hearing loss. The educational audiologist monitors the educational progress of students to insure the delivery of appropriate and essential services.
1. Participate as a member of the multidisciplinary professional team for the purpose of meeting the hearing needs of children and students ages 0-21.
2. Provide diagnostic services to evaluate hearing and auditory processing and identify the need for amplification and hearing assistance technology including candidacy for personal hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices to support students in their education environments.
3. Provides educationally relevant interpretation of audiologic findings and make recommendations for interpreters/translators.
4. Participates in the Individualized Education Plan to develop educational recommendations, including communication accommodations and assistance with transition planning.
5. Participates in the development and implementation of goals for auditory skill development.
6. Provides counseling to parents/guardians and students regarding audiologic findings, hearing loss impact, and amplification benefit.
7. Provides direct intervention services in audiologic rehabilitation in collaboration with the speech language pathologist and classroom teacher as recommended.
8. Collaborates with colleagues and parents/guardians to share information and expertise to plan and implement effective student programs.
9. Collaborates and consults with local district personnel regarding students who demonstrate auditory based communication difficulties.
10. Collaborates and consults with community audiologists and physicians regarding the audiologic and educational management of students with hearing loss.
11. Provides consultation in regard to the selection, purchase, installation, maintenance, calibration checking and utilization of audiologic equipment.
12. Provides training about hearing, hearing loss, and other auditory disorders for school personnel, students, and parents/guardians to facilitate a better understanding of the impact of auditory impairments on language, learning, literacy, and social development.
13. Attend work and arrive in a timely manner.
14. Perform other duties as assigned.
Education, Experience and Licenses:
• Master’s degree, Doctoral degree preferred in Audiology from an accredited university.
• Previous experience in an educational setting preferred.
• Criminal background check required for hire
• Valid Colorado driver’s license
• Valid Colorado Department of Education Special Service Providers License with an Audiology endorsement
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