The Division of Audiology, Department of Otorhinolaryngology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking candidates for a full time, Ph.D. Audiologist with a focus on amplification, preferably experience with cochlear implants.
The responsibilities for the position will include direct clinical work with adults and children in general auditory diagnostics and rehabilitation. The individual would be expected to be involved in scholarly activities including developing a research program, participating in currently established research programs, and participating in our clinical education program.
The Division of Audiology currently has 2 Ph.D. consultant level Audiologist, with 7 audiologists, and 3 audiology assistants.
Qualifications: We are looking primarily for an individual with interest and experience in clinical and research audiology to provide amplification services. Ideally, the successful candidate will provide direct patient care involving cochlear implant assessment, programming, and rehabilitation as well as will develop a line of research in cochlear implants. While not required, at least 3 years of experience post Ph.D. would be preferred. This individual should have interest to eventually take on the administrative and clinical responsibility for leading the Division of Audiology in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 147680BR
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