New Graduates Skills and Perspectives Survey

    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.


    • 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


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