JOB SUMMARY: Identifies and evaluates patients with impaired hearing and balance, and provides appropriate habilitation/rehabilitation. Provides educational programs to the community. Assists in the development and implementation of new programs and services. Uses an understanding of the principles of growth and development to assess each patient's age specific needs and provide age specific treatment and care. Assists in the maintenance of and management of equipment and supplies for day to day operations. Provides age appropriate care for specific population including: newborns, children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. Provides educational support to graduate clinicians.
EDUCATION: Clinical Doctorate of Audiology.
REQUIREMENTS: NJ Audiology License or Temporary License. Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or approved plan for Clinical Fellowship (CFY). American Heart Association BLS card required. NJ Hearing Aid License to be completed within 2 years of hire. Successful completion of all Orientation Programs.