Audiology Jobs




EBS is passionate about making a difference for children, and we’re passionate about our audiologists. We know that when you are successful, our children can be successful.

We’re searching for audiologists to provide support to students in a school-based setting. As an EBS Audiologist, you will be working with individuals ranging from birth to 21 years of age to support the identification, intervention, and education of children with hearing loss. EBS prides itself on individualized services, so understanding the needs of each child on a one-on-one basis is very important. Excellent communication skills are also vital, as you will interact with students, parents, and educators on a daily basis.

Responsibilities:
  • Support the identification, intervention, and education of children with hearing loss
  • Conduct audiological evaluations with infants, toddlers, and school-aged children
  • Assess and consult regarding auditory functioning and hearing technology (hearing aids, cochlear implants, and hearing assistive technology) as applicable to the educational setting
  • Educate and guide parents to intervention and educational resources
  • Collaborate and communicate with education and community professionals working with deaf and hard of hearing students in the county
  • Actual responsibilities may be defined according to the range of knowledge and skills and departmental needs
Settings Available:
  • Public Schools
  • Private Schools
  • Charter Schools
  • Cyber Schools
  • Early Childhood
Qualifications:
  • Master’s Degree in Audiology, Doctorate is preferred
  • State licensure and certifications
  • Completion of graduate and clinical hours
What we offer:
  • Competitive salary packages and comprehensive health benefits
  • A nationwide network of trained educational directors who are leaders in our field
  • Dedicated licensure department for support and reimbursement
  • Resource library, professional allowance, and access to CEUs and customized trainings
  • Options to move across the country and abroad, with relocation and housing assistance
  • 24/7 support with Career Specialists committed to your advancement
  • Exclusive apps and tools to help you improve therapy

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    Benefits


    EBS offers customized salary packages for each individual employee. Salaries vary based on experience, education, employment setting, and location. Our Human Resources and Licensure Departments will make your career as effortless as possible. From relocation to licensure needs, our team works around the clock to provide you with the solutions you need.

    EBS has many advantages of being a part of our team, including but not limited to:

    • Career Advancement Opportunities
    • Excellent Salaries
    • Health Benefits (Medical, Dental & Vision)
    • Scholarship Opportunities
    • Bonus Programs
    • 401k Retirement Plan
    • Nationwide Opportunities
    • CF Mentorship Program
  • Mentorship/Training Program
  • Licensure Assistance & Reimbursement
  • Corporate Housing
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Travel Reimbursement
  • Continuing Education
  • Professional Development
  • Resource Library
    • Assessment Materials & Testing Kits
    • Direct Deposit
    • Regional Supervisors
    • National Directors
    • Local & National Support
    • 24/7 Support
    • Corporate Discounts
    • Industry Expertise

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    As an EBS Audiologist, you will be working with individuals ranging from birth to 21 years of age to support the identification, intervention, and education of children with hearing loss. EBS prides itself on individualized services, so understanding the needs of each child on a one-on-one basis is very important. Excellent communication skills are also vital, as you will interact with students, parents, and educators on a daily basis.

    Responsibilities:

    • Supports the identification, intervention, and education of children with hearing loss
    • Conducts audiological evaluations with infants, toddlers, and school-aged children
    • Assesses and consults regarding auditory functioning and hearing technology (hearing aids, cochlear implants and hearing assistive technology) as applicable to the educational setting
    • Educates and guides parents to intervention and educational resources
    • Collaborates and communicates with education and community professionals working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing
    • Actual responsibilities may be defined according to the range of knowledge and skills and departmental needs

    Positions Available:

    • School (Public, Private, Charter, Cyber)
    • Home
    • Early Intervention
    • Clinic
    • Community

    Qualifications

    • Master’s Degree in Audiology, Doctorate is preferred
    • State licensure and certifications
    • Completion of graduate and clinical hours