DEPARTMENT: Comprehensive Programs
POSTING #: 22-054
TWC JOB ORDER #: 15337838
MONTHLY SALARY: Based on AISD pay scale using education and years of experience
SHIFT: PART-TIME Monday-Friday, negotiable
OPENING DATE: 5/17/2022
CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
CLASSIFICATION / GROUP #: T021 / n/a
Ways to Apply
Essential Job Functions
- Manage audiological equipment and hearing assistive devices including maintenance and calibration.
- Perform and/or collect and review audiological evaluations for children.
- Interpret audiological results and implications and make recommendations to enhance communication access and learning.
- Make recommendations to improve classroom listening environment.
- Evaluate and make recommendations about personal hearing instruments and hearing assistive technology.
- Perform fitting, validation, and management of hearing assistive technology.
- Provide hearing assistive technology services including educating students, teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing, and other school personnel regarding technology performance and expectations.
- Perform listening checks and advanced troubleshooting to maintain proper functioning of personal hearing instruments and hearing assistive technology.
- Provide training to teachers and other school personnel to perform listening checks and basic troubleshooting to maintain proper functioning of personal hearing instruments and hearing assistive technology.
- Provide in-service to educational staff regarding the implications of hearing loss in the educational setting.
- Participate in ARD meetings and other meetings to address audiological and communication access needs, services, and placement determination and when requested.
- Provide instruction in audiology-related areas to students when requested.
- Participate as a member of the school multidisciplinary special education team when requested.
- Attends work regularly in accordance with TSBVI leave policy.
- Complies with all agency policies and procedures.
- Performs related work as assigned.
- Master’s Degree in Hearing Science/Audiology.
- Audiology license from the Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
- Knowledge of and experience with pediatric hearing aid fittings, FM/DM systems, bone anchored and cochlear implant devices.
- Experience counseling families of children with hearing loss, and consultation with other professionals.
- Knowledge of and experience with cultures and languages other than English; Spanish and/or sign language skills helpful.
- PH.D. in Audiology or Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) preferred.
- Experience in pediatric diagnostics/amplification in a school settings preferred