A 12-month exempt position with the Missouri School for the Deaf in Fulton, MO. We are looking for a licensed and board certified audiologist whose responsibilities include the management and operation of the state-wide audiology program at the Resource Center on Deafness. The position reports directly to the Director of Student and Outreach Services and provides consultation regarding educational, diagnostic and pediatric audiology in conjunction with management of the center’s large assistive listening device program, which includes the treatment and habilitative/rehabilitative therapy of hearing and communication disorders.
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence. Board Certified or board eligible, American Academy of Audiology. Clinical Doctorate (Au.D.) or Ph.D. Proficient in American Sign Language (ASL), with effective communication skills. Experience with assistive listening devices, FM systems, cochlear implants, Baha, and all styles and brands of hearing aids. Experience working with students with multiple disabilities within educational and residential settings; (Five years experience preferred, educational audiologist experience required). Knowledge of Federal and State requirements for IDEA educational program compliance. Knowledge of emerging audiologic techniques, technologies, and procedures. Skilled in the performance of pediatric audiologic procedures, such as conditional play audiometry, and visual reinforcement audiometry. Ability to organize and conduct lectures and workshops for state-wide LEAs, MSD staff, students, and parents. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with students, parents, staff, and personnel from state-wide LEAs.
Missouri provides a well –rounded educational program for the deaf children of the state through the facilities and services of the Missouri School for the Deaf. The Missouri Legislature established MSD in 1851, and it is the oldest state supported school of its kind west of the Mississippi River.
Separate facilities are provided for elementary, junior high and senior high school students, and... occupy a campus of nearly 90 acres. Students are prepared for the world of work and for post-secondary education opportunities, according to each individual’s potential. MSD graduates are self-supporting deaf men and women who live and work in all parts of the state and through out the nation