Position Information Type of Recruitment External Position Summary
The primary responsibilities of the Pediatric Clinical Audiologist are teaching, supervision and evaluation of undergraduate and graduate students performing diagnostic and treatment services for pediatric patients in the audiology program.
These responsibilities are carried out in the Carls Center, off campus sites as assigned, and in support of Mobile Health Central.
Direct clinical services to the community are provided by the Pediatric Clinical Audiologist on a twelve month basis. Functions under the direct supervision of the Director of Clinical Instruction and Audiology Services or a designated representative.
Exercises supervision over student employees as assigned.
Doctoral degree in Audiology (AuD and / or PhD) or Master’s degree in Audiology (MA / MS) obtained prior to 2007.
Two years of professional experience with pediatric patients.
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence : Audiology (CCC-A).
Current or eligible for a Michigan License in Audiology.
Diagnostic and rehabilitative pediatric expertise in all or some of the following : audiometric behavioral testing, play audiometry, VRA, newborn hearing screening, un-
sedated ABR testing, CAPD testing, hearing aid and cochlear implant technology and pediatric vestibular evaluations.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to perform the essential functions of the job.
Three years of professional experience as an audiologist.
Two years of experience in the clinical supervision of audiology students.
Demonstrated ability to maintain positive interpersonal relations.
Duties & Responsibilities
Clinical teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate audiology students in pediatric audiology services.
Audiologic evaluation and treatment of pediatric patients and subsequent follow-up.
Coordination / supervision of students at off campus sites.
Provision of Audiologic support services to Mobile Health Central.
Provision of support services to school personnel.
Teaches a clinical practicum course or other academic courses assigned.
Attends university / college / department / division meetings as appropriate.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Exercises supervision over students as assigned.
Message to Applicants
You must submit an on-line application in order to be considered as an applicant for this position.
Cover letters may be addressed to the Hiring Committee.
If there is another document you wish to include that is not required, please utilize Other Document (1).
The weekly work schedule has some flexibility.
Department Communication Sciences & Disorders Position Status Provisional FTE 0.75 Position Type 12 month Weekly Work Schedule Preferably M, Tu & Wed 8a-
5p, Th 11a-5p; evenings & weekends as necessary At Will? No Open Until Filled Yes