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Indiana School for the Deaf
City: Indianapolis
State: In
School Website URL: http://www.deafhoosiers.com/
Reports To (Position Title): Program Director
Position Start Date: 8/1/17
Position Description: The Audiologist will provide audiological services to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students, preschool and elementary age, and their families at the Indiana School for the Deaf. This position will also serves students statewide as referred from public schools and through First Steps. Responsibilities: • Provide audiological Individual Education Plan driven services for preschool and elementary-aged students. • Provide audiological management for preschool and elementary aged students • Consult with teachers and students regarding amplification care and use • Prepare written reports of evaluations and/or audiograms for those students tested. Accurately and clearly document correspondence with outside agencies and parents as well as direct contact with students. Clearly and concisely explain assessment results and other knowledge of students by participating in case conferences and staffing. Reports contain all pertinent information and are written in a clear and professional style in accordance with IDEA and Article VII • Maintain equipment and supplies. Consult with manufacturing representatives regarding equipment and hearing aids/cochlear implants • Participate in department, team and audiology meetings to discuss students’ needs and to provide efficient management of assessment schedules • Other audiological duties of multidisciplinary team assessments and accompanying audiological responsibilities such as: Reports, attending case conferences, consultations with SLPs and other related service providers Preferred Experience: • Master's degree in Audiology, if currently licensed and practicing, Doctorate of Audiology for entry level in order to obtain Indiana licensure. • An Indiana license from the Professional Standards Board of the State of Indiana • Working knowledge of Article VII & and IDEA. • Knowledge of and adherence to the Audiology Code of Ethics. • Receptive and expressive skills – American Sign Language Proficiency Interview, Level: 2.0. Indiana
Benefits: The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes: • Medical / Dental / Vision plans • Health Savings Account available with Employer Contribution • Incentive-based Wellness Program • Prescription Coverage • Employee Assistance Program • Employer-funded Retirement Plan • Deferred Compensation Plan with Employer Match • Flexible Spending Account • Work/life balance: 24 Paid Days Off and 12 Holidays, per year • Group Life Insurance • Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Want the specifics? Explore the Benefits of Working in State Government!
Application Procedure: To be considered for this position, please submit a resume to Cortney Garfield, cgarfield@spd.in.gov
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