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|Department:||Hearing & Speech|
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Evaluates the hearing of children and provides intervention services for patients and their families identified with hearing disorders. Professional expertise of two years minimum (post-graduation) in cochlear implant consultations, parent training, implant mapping and long-term device maintenance is required.
Candidate should possess excellent communication skills, the ability to be flexible, and the skills to engage in appropriate interactions with staff, patients and families of all ages. Work schedule is a 9-80 work week format over a two week period.
Position assignment includes all Children's National locations in Washington, DC and the Regional Outpatient Centers in Maryland and Virginia.
Requirements include an educational degree of Masters, Au.D., or Ph.D. in Audiology from an accredited university training program. Audiology licensure or ability to obtain licensure for DC, MD, and VA is required; hearing aid dispensing licensure in VA is also necessary. Preference will be given to candidates with Spanish and American Sign language abilities and hospital experience.
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