Audiologist Position available in Chicago, IL (suburbs Northfield)

An established, growing private practice in the Chicago, IL (suburbs Northfield) area is seeking an Audiologist. This is a dispensing  and Audiology practice with the focus on providing the highest quality services and instruments to our patients.

If you have a passion for improving the quality of life for people, a sales aptitude and a willingness to learn, a rewarding opportunity awaits you.

  • Efficiently perform and document patient testing, counsel patients and their families regarding diagnostic results
  • Provide effective guidance regarding hearing aid options and follow up care accommodating patient needs and resources
  • Fit and dispense hearing aids and assist with adjustments and questions as needed
  • Maintain documentation, including writing reports, follow-up records to ensure optimal patient service is provided
  • Establish and maintain professional contacts within the community
  • Carry out special assignments as requested.  This may include participating in public relations programs, outreach programs and marketing programs
  • Participate in continuing education events and other training programs to enhance knowledge and ability to perform job responsibilities
  • Adhere to established policies and work to meet or exceed established goals
  • Masters Degree in Audiology or Au.D
  • Prior hearing aid dispensing experience
  • Active and current hearing aid dispensing license

The successful Audiologist will also possess the following:

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • The ability to prioritize and handle a high volume of patients
  • The ability to work in a team environment
  • The ability to interact professionally at all times with patients, physicians and team member

Please, send your resume to:

Dawn Bauer, Sr. Corporate Recruiter

American Hearing Aid Associates

225 Wilmington – West Chester Pike Suite 300

Chadds Ford, PA 19317

:: 800-984-3272 x331     :: 610-455-3019 Fax

Pediatric SLP Postions at Seattle Therapy Services: Skills for Life

The clinic is moving into its 6th year this summer, and will be expanding services which primarily target the unique, lovable, and challenging population of children with ASD. We see kids of all abilities and communication skills, and offer services in the home, school, and clinic settings to increase training and generalization. SLP and OT collaboration, and in fact, back to back appointments are the hallmark of our effectiveness and ease in transitioning children. The position is posted below:

CFY School SLP Position in Waynesboro, Virginia

Preferred start in July, possible December.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:  To provide diagnosis and remediation for speech and language problems of students.


1.    A current license in speech pathology issued by the Virginia Board of Examiners for Audiology and Speech Pathology.

2.    Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC); Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) preferred.

3.    Competency in administering and interpreting tests for speech-language impairment.

4.    Ability to design, implement and evaluate a comprehensive education program appropriate to the educational needs of the speech-language impaired student.

5.    Knowledge of local, State and national facilities for serving the speech-language handicapped.

REPORTS TO:  Building Principal/Director of Student Services


1.    To implement screening and/or referral procedures to identify students needing speech-language evaluation which will include:

2.    Screening all students who are new to the division (all kindergarteners and new students coming in throughout the year), all preschool children referred within the division and all those referred from private schools.

3.    Referring students whose speech problems may have an organic cause, to one or more physicians before enrolling them in therapy.

4.    Coordinate and administer program services.

5.    To process evaluation information which will include:

1.    Obtaining diagnostic information through formalized testing.

2.    Gathering information from teachers and parents to assist in assessing specific student problems; analyze related student data.

3.    Developing short-range goals for student’s individualized education program (IEP).

4.    Developing long-term goals for student’s individualized education program (IEP).

6.    To implement an appropriate therapy plan based on written objectives which will include:

1.    Scheduling and grouping students according to the nature and severity of their communication disorders.

2.    Provide direct services by implementing therapy activities in a logical sequence.

3.    Using materials compatible with student’s age and interest (this includes purchasing and maintaining materials within each school).

4.    To manage program and maintain records which will include:

5.    Informing school staff and administration of program services.

6.    Conferring with parents and teachers of students enrolled in therapy.

7.    Maintain ongoing records of student’s performance in order to evaluate student’s progress in therapy.

8.    Conducting annual review and updating short-term objectives.

7.    To serve as a resource person which will include:

1.    Providing inservice education to teachers and school staff members on topics concerning speech improvement.

2.    Assisting in proper referrals of individuals to agencies and specialists in the community as appropriate.

8.    To perform other duties as assigned by the principal.


Performance on this job will be evaluated in accordance with school board policy and administrative regulations on evaluation of certificated personnel.

Primary Location William Perry Elementary School
Salary Range $40,100.00 – $62,373.00 / Per Year
Shift Type Full-Time

Apply by 7/15 – GO-MAP Graduate Staff Assistant

The Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program of the Graduate School is looking to hire a masters or doctoral student supporting the work of GO-MAP in serving graduate students of color. 

Deadline: Friday, July 15

Note: Students in fee-based and professional programs are ineligible for consideration.

Schedule: 20 hours/week during the Monday thru Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM work week (occasional evenings for student programming)

Please see 2016-17 GO-MAP GSA Job Description for more information (including how to apply).  Email with any questions. 

Full Time Audiology Positions, Group Health, Bellevue & Olympia, WA

Full Time Audiology Position, Group Health, Bellevue, Washington

Full Time Audiology Position, Group Health, Olympia, Washington

At Group Health, our mission is to enrich people’s lives by improving health.  As a Group Health employee, your role is to deliver on that mission every day by living our values—Customer Focus, Accountability, Innovation, Excellence, and Integrity. You take initiative, set goals, and solve problems while collaborating with friends and colleagues. Together we make a meaningful impact on our community.

In return, Group Health is committed to providing you competitive pay, excellent benefits, and an opportunity to make a difference each day as we strive to reach our vision to be the preferred health care partner by excelling in quality, service, and affordability.

Group Health is one of the largest multispecialty practices in the Northwest region, representing 28 specialties and caring for 400,000 people. Collaboration is the norm between providers and patients, between colleagues. We boast one of the most advanced electronic medical record systems in the country. Becoming part of Group Health means joining a community, and a culture, with a passion for providing evidence-base care and producing the best outcomes possible for patients.

The audiologist will provide evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, education and appropriate referral to patients and their families, related to hearing and balance disorders. Provide care within Group Health’s integrated group practice model with feedback to families, physicians, and other team members regarding diagnosis, treatment, and progress.

Education Minimum Education Requirements Doctorate Degree Clinical Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.)

Audiologist Position available in Montrose, CO


WHAT: Southwest Hearing Services, Montrose, CO (established 1990) is offering a: full-time position of Audiologist.  We trust that your knowledge, skills, team playing ability and expertise will be among our most valuable assets. Come spend a day, meet our team and see our community! New Grads welcome!!!!

You will have a committed mentor to help you achieve your own personal, professional and financial goals as well.

WHEN: Immediately! Please text 970-209-3556 at AAA to arrange an interview.

WHERE: Beautiful Western Colorado!  Our backyard is a stunning backdrop of the spectacular San Juan Mountains, and we are home of the Black Canyon National Park.  We have Gold Medal fly fishing on the Gunnison River and year round access to skiing, hiking, biking and walking trails.  We are a rich community of music and art. Cost of the living is much lower than other Colorado cities.  Our climate is mild with high desert winters.  We boast over 300 days of sunshine a year!

Our main office is located in Montrose, CO with a satellite office in Gunnison.  We are in our own beautiful spacious, state of the art, passive solar medical office!

OUR MISSION: Keep our patients connected to family, friends and community with grace, gratitude and respect as our daily guides!

Contact: Dr. Karen Mercer, Au.D. I Director of Audiology or cell# (970) 275-0192

Montrose websites to visit: I I

Audiologist Position at Fort Worth ENT (Texas)

AUDIOLOGIST NEEDED – Fort Worth, TX – Full-Time


At Fort Worth ENT, we want all patients to have the education and care they need to be

comfortable, informed decision makers. Our knowledgeable doctors have many years of

experience and are specialized in multiple areas. Our audiologists see and treat a variety of ear

pathologies in pediatric and adult patients. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional service

to our patients and being engaged with the Fort Worth community.


We are currently looking for an audiologist to join our team. The audiologist is responsible for

efficiently performing a full range of diagnostic hearing testing, pediatric/adult hearing

assessments, and dispensing hearing instruments to best fit the patient and their needs.


Fort Worth ENT is proud to offer a competitive salary, generous commission structure, and a

comprehensive benefits package that includes medical/dental insurance, 100% paid life

insurance and short term disability, 401k, paid holidays and vacation, CEU reimbursement, and

liability insurance. We also assist with the credentialing process.


The qualified candidate will be an AuD level, or highly experienced Master’s level Audiologist.

Must hold or be able to obtain appropriate Texas licensure.


If you are looking for the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment where patient

care comes first, we encourage you to submit your cover letter and résumé to

Part-time Job Opportunity for Current Student

Respite care for two friendly, active young adult brothers with speech and motor challenges.  Good job for speech or OT/PT graduate student.  Must be kind, responsible, and have a heart for young people with challenges.  Part-time, flexible hours.  Near UW.  References/car required.  $20.00 per hour.

Please respond to

Help Wanted: Companionship and Assistance in North Seattle

North Seattle couple seeking summer assistance once per week with PPA patient. Goal is for companionship and assistance in engaging in enjoyable activities at or other convenient location for all parties. Patient is non-verbal and understands simple written text and some verbal communication. Patient is physically fit, likes to walk, chop veggies, bake, play Dominos , Tic-Tac-Toe, and Checkers. Send inquiries/questions to Larry French (husband and caregiver) at . Compensation negotiable including travel if appropriate

ALS Association – Evergreen Chapter seeks volunteers

Volunteer Positions Available

This position is a for those who would like to make a difference with people living with ALS. Seeking volunteers to assemble and create 13 low-tech communications “kits” to distribute to Speech Language Pathologists (SLP’s) and Care Services Staff (contents have already been chosen).  This is to aid SLP’s during treatment sessions, in order to immediately be able to loan a communication items free of charge to clients.

Students work under the guidance of the Assistive Technology Coordinator with the ALS Association Evergreen Chapter.

Requirements & Commitment

  • Transportation to the Kent Main Office

If interested, please contact:

Jackie Gaddis