Audiologist/Clinical Supervisor, Speech and Hearing: The Department of Speech and Hearing Science at The George Washington University is seeking to fill a full time Audiologist/Clinical Supervisor, Speech and Hearing position. Hours will be flexible, with some early evening hours needed. The Audiologist will be responsible for providing diagnostic and (re)habilitative audiology services to clients of all ages. This includes but is not limited to: audiology diagnostics, hearing aid fittings/servicing, real-ear measures and cochlear implant mapping. This position will also be responsible for the supervision of graduate students at the Speech and Hearing Center’s clinic, an on-campus, out-patient facility as well as at off-campus facilities. Reporting to the Clinic Director, the Audiologist/Clinical Supervisor, Speech and Hearing will be responsible for observing students providing diagnostic and therapeutic services to clients, evaluating student performance and clinical writings, providing performance feedback to students, meeting with clients and/or families as necessary, attending faculty/staff meetings, providing input on student grades, and other various clinic duties.
The George Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Benefits package offered.
For additional questions about the positions, please contact Michael Bamdad: email@example.com or 202-994-7357.
Masters or AuD in Audiology, DC licensure, a minimum of two years of experience, and ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) required for this position.
About George Washington University
The George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest and largest of the universitys academic units, providing the foundation for GWs commitment to the liberal arts and a broad education for all students. The college encompasses 42 academic departments and programs for undergraduate, graduate and professional studies, and 28 research centers and institutes. An internationally recognized faculty and active partnerships with prestigious research institutions place Columbian College at the forefront in advancing policy, enhancing culture and transforming lives through research and discovery.
The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences provides undergraduate and graduate programs focused on engaging students in the acquisition and application of knowledge of human communication and its disorders. Whether learning about communication sciences or the relationship between language and society, students studying speech and hearing sciences receive in-depth knowledge of all aspects of communication, including the consequences of speech and hearing challenges on individuals and society and the treatment of communication impairments.