Gallaudet University's Hearing and Speech Clinic is seeking an audiologist who will also serve as the community outreach coordinator. Those with extensive cochlear implant experiences are especially encouraged to apply. We maintain collaborative and supportive work environment. Employees are eligible for the Federal Employee Benefits.
Audiologist / Community Outreach Coordinator (Job ID 18066)
Audiologist responsibilities: Provides a full range of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology services in a university-based clinic; teaches and supervises graduate students; performs, interprets and reports audiological assessments of clients of varying ages; and serves as a clinical resource in audiology, including the potential for participation and contribution to clinical research activities.
Community Outreach Coordinator responsibilities: Engages in community outreach marketing efforts, including: collaborating and utilizing resources of GUHSC vendors to reach out to targeted consumers- including social media presence; develops effective marketing materials with input from HSLS personnel; brainstorms, develops and implements marketing campaigns; analyzes marketing sales data; and regularly conducts consumer satisfaction surveys.
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Master's or clinical doctoral degree in audiology.
A minimum three years of post-AuD clinical experience with demonstrated experience in clinical supervision.
District of Columbia license for Audiology, or eligibility for DC license in Audiology.
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association).
Fluency in ASL or a willingness to learn within a reasonable period of time.
Additional Salary Information: This is a Level 8 position.
Internal Number: 18066
About Gallaudet University
Gallaudet University, committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness on campus. is the world's only liberal arts college specifically for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students. Hearing and Speech Clinic (HSC), housed within the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences, serves a diverse population in age, background, and needs, who come from the Washington, DC communities and the Deaf community on campus. In addition to audiometry and hearing aid services, HSC offers newborn hearing screening and diagnostics, electrophysiologic assessments, cochlear implant, auditory rehabilitation, and vestibular services. HSC serves as the practicum site for the 1st and 2nd year AuD students on campus.
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