Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington has three openings for audiology clinical educators for a new clinical doctorate in audiology graduate program starting fall 2017. The three positions are:
an 11.5 month audiology internship coordinator and clinical educator/supervisor for graduate student clinicians,
an 11.5 month audiology clinical educator/supervisor for graduate student clinicians, and
a 10.5 month audiology clinical educator/supervisor for graduate student clinicians.
As a member of an interdisciplinary team in Western Washington University's Speech and Hearing Clinics, provides professional audiology services to individuals with communicative disabilities such as hearing loss or impairments, auditory processing, and aural rehabilitation. Develops habilitation or rehabilitation programs for individuals and monitors/evaluates their progress.
The positions help fulfill the mission of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders by providing the highest quality student-centered learning environment where undergraduate and graduate students develop the knowledge, clinical skills and life-long learning skills to prepare them for professional careers and advanced study in speech-language pathology and audiology.
View full posting at https://jobs.wwu.edu/ and enter job #170165 for Clinical Educator Audiologist Specialist or #170168 for Internship Coordinator Audiologist Specialist 2.
Master's degree in audiology
Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
License to practice audiology and dispense hearing aids from the state of Washington
Experience as a clinical supervisor (for internship coordinator)
One year (two years for internship coordinator) of experience as an audiologist, including experience with both diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
Additional Salary Information: Clinical Educators: $4762/month - $6247/month; depending on qualifications/experience; Internship coordinator: $5126/month - $6727/month depending on qualifications and experience
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