Full-time, benefited position working 80 hours per two week pay period. Days of work are typically Monday - Friday with hours from 8 am - 4:30 pm. This position provides audiological and amplification services to inpatients and residents of the community served by JRMC.
Administer a variety of hearing tests including air conduction, bone conduction, speech reception, word recognition, and tympanometry.
Administer specialized tests such as pure tone and speech stenger, tone decay, PIPB function etc. as deemed necessary by physician referral or preliminary audiological results.
Assess test results, counsel the client regarding results, and make appropriate medical, hearing aid or follow-up recommendations.
Take earmold impressions for ear protectors, swim plugs or hearing aids.
Select appropriate amplification devices or assistive listening devices as necessary.
Electroacoustical analysis of hearing aids and auditory trainers.
Generate reports for review by physician, teachers, etc., who have a valid release of information on the client.
Requisition supplies and equipment.
Develop and/or conduct inservices pertinent to the field of Audiology and/or amplification for personnel and various agencies as needed and/or requested.
Supervise graduate students in the field of audiology for internal practicum in the service area.
Establish a program to assess the quality of audiological services.
Perform other related duties as assigned or requested.
Must hold at least an M.S. or M.A. Degree in Audiology and have current certification by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), as well as have necessary requisites for licensure in North Dakota for both audiology and hearing aid dispensing.
Certification of Clinical Competency (CCC) is desired, but consideration would be given to a strong clinical fellow (CFY) if adequate supervision is available.
JRMC is a 25-bed, critical access facility with 24 hour emergency care. The center serves a nine-county area with a population of nearly 55,000. JRMC is the largest health care facility for this region of North Dakota. The hospital provides full medical services, including a 24-hour emergency medicine center, outpatient surgery unit, audiology center, speech therapy, cardiopulmonary rehab, podiat...ry surgery, anesthesia services, medical, surgical, ICU, OB/GYN & maternity, ENT, urology, swing-bed and hospice patient beds.
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