Job Title: Audiologist Duty Days: 195 Pay Grade: A01 Salary Schedule: Click for Salary Schedule Primary Purpose: Assist Pasadena ISD in providing exceptional educational audiological services to general and special education students by ensuring students' access to auditory information. Qualifications:      Education/Certification: Master's Degree, Ph.D. in Audiology, or Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from an accredited university requiredAudiology license from the Texas State of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology requiredSpecialization in pediatric diagnostics/amplification and educational audiology preferred       Experience Three (3) years of experience (post CFY) as an audiologyExperience in pediatric and school settings preferrred       Special Knowledge/Skills Demonstrate knowledge of and experience with pediatric hearing aid fittings, FM systems, and cochlear implant devicesPosses experience counseling families of children with hearing lossDemonstrate knowledge of and experience with collaboration, consulting, and teaming with diverse groups of peopleDemonstrate effective commuication skills, both verbal and writtenDemonstrate effective presentation skills, both verbal and writtenDemonstrate ability to navigate daily tasks independently with strong analytical and problem solving skills Major Responsibilities and Duties: Serve as a representative of Pasadena ISD in all interactions with other members of the educational community and with the publicFacilitate the required documentation for referrals and reevaluations of the Region 4 Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD) students and collaborate with the multidisciplinary team regarding students' listening abilities within the general and/or special education settingProvide and/or coordinate diagnostic audiological services, hearing aid evaluations / fittings, and make ear mold impressionsDetermine assistive listening device needs, follow-up audiological intervention plans, and present recommendations to families and school personnelProvide fitting, maintenance, and recommendations for purchase of specialized classroom listening equipment for students who are deaf and hard of hearingProvide direct service and technical assistance concerning the appropriateness of personal and classroom amplification and acoustical environments for students who are deaf and hard of hearingPeriodically conduct ongoing assessement and parent education to children, birth to age three and their families as neededCoordinate and collaborate with district and campus staff to meet the audiological needs of students who are deaf and hard of hearing but are not enrolled in the Region 4 RDSPD, e.g.Section 504Coordinate and collaborate with district and campus staff in member districts of the Region 4 Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD) to meet the audiological needs of students who are deaf and hard of hearing and receiving services as part of the Region 4 TDSPDPlan and conduct professional learning (e.g. face to face, webinar,etc) for district and campus staffMaintain student confidentiality in all contexts and secure all student documents and recordsComply with all Region 4 RDSPD, campus, and district policiesPerform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor Working Conditions:       Mental Demands:   Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written) maintain emotional        control under stress       Physical Demands / Environmental Factors:        Frequent standing; stooping; bending; kneeling; pushing and pulling; possible heavy        lifting of students. Biological exposure to bacteria and communicable diseases;        exposure to students who may display violent behavior El Paso Times. Keywords: Audiologist, Location: El Paso, TX - 79910
Region 4 Education Service Center
Full time
El Paso, Texas 79910, US