Pediatric/Cochlear Implant Audiologist OKC and Tulsa


We are not currently hiring for this position at this time. However, we are always seeking to fill our talent pool with potential candidates for this position. We encourage you to submit your resume and we will keep it on file. When we do hire for this position, we will contact you if we are interested.

Position Overview:
Pediatric/Cochlear implant audiologists provide clinical audiology services to children with auditory disorders, children who are suspect or auditory disorders, and adults who are cochlear implant candidates or cochlear implant recipients. Clinical audiology services will be provided in accordance with protocols, procedures, and policies established by the Director of Audiology and Research and the Audiology Clinic Manager. Pediatric/CI audiologists work closely with a team of clinical audiologists and Listening and Spoken Language clinicians to provide interdisciplinary hearing healthcare to the aforementioned patients.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide:
    • Routine diagnostic audiology including behavioral assessment of auditory function with standard and pediatric practices and procedures
    • Physiologic assessment of auditory function
    • Hearing aid selection, fitting, verification, and validation
    • Cochlear implant candidacy assessment
    • Cochlear implant selection, programming, management and outcomes assessment
    • Candidacy assessment, selection, programming, management, and outcomes assessment for other implantable hearing technologies (e.g., bone conduction hearing devices, etc.)
    • Auditory processing disorder assessment and intervention
    • Sedated physiologic assessment of auditory function
    • Hearing screening
    • Educational audiology services and consultation (e.g., selection/fitting of technology to be used in educational settings, IEP support, etc.)
  • Contribute to regularly scheduled clinical staffings
  • Protect patients’ privacy and well-being in accordance with HIPAA and FERPA guidelines
  • Completes patient visit notes within a timely fashion consistent with Hearts for Hearing policies and procedures
  • Completes billing in a timely fashion using accepted coding and billing practices endorsed by Hearts for Hearing
  • Ensures patient services comply with internal policies, clinical protocols, and are HIPAA compliant.
    • Maintains program ideals and standards, quality assurance and safety*
    • Works with other members of the audiology team to assure successful communication and coordination between all programs and participate in strategic planning
    • Maintains state licensure to practice audiology and meets state CEU requirements
    • Performs other duties as needed or required

Supervision Received:
Reports to Director of Audiology and Research and the Audiology Clinic Manager

Supervision Exercised:
Supervision of Audiology Interns as requested by Audiology Employee & Student Development Manager if AuD Clinician with ASHA Certification

Qualifications & Skills:
This position requires an AuD with ongoing training, mentoring, and management.

  • Excellent clinical skills and a passion to optimize listening and spoken language abilities of children and adults with hearing loss
  • Solves problems with effective decisions and makes decisions in a timely manner
  • Listens well and demonstrates excellent communication
  • Uses problem-solving skills to implement creative solutions when challenges arise
  • Deals effectively with change and can function without knowing all the answers
  • Learns quickly when confronting new challenges
  • Relates well to individuals inside and out of the organization
  • Responds to feedback and incorporates feedback productively
  • Demonstrates self-awareness to behavioral tendencies and patterns
  • Ability to travel for conferences, training in satellite locations or other actions as requested by the Director of Audiology
  • Deals with confidential information and/or issues using discretion and judgment

Weekly Hours: 40

Benefits Eligibility:
This position is eligible for all benefits based on established organizational policies.

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Hearts for Hearing was founded in 2003 with a mission of providing hearing technology and speech therapy services at no out-of-pocket costs to families with children who were born deaf. 20 years later, we are still teaching babies and children born deaf to listen and talk. Our services have expanded to include adult hearing care with offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Shawnee. Our team of professionals has grown from our original three people to 117 now. Hearts for Hearing continues to provide the first set of hearing technology and therapy to children at no out-of-pocket costs to families, and now includes Newborn Hearing Screen services, major research initiatives, Eyes Open Ears On programming, and its own 3D ear mold lab.

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