Audiologist - Pre K-12

Clark County School District

Las Vegas, Nevada

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Date Posted June 20, 2022
Industry K-12: Public Schools
Specialty Not Specified
Certification Needed
Job Status Not Specified
Salary Not Specified

Description:



Audiologist, Pre K-12
Position Details
Division: Human Resources
Classification: Certified

Terms of Employment: This is a salaried position assigned to the Licensed Employee
Salary Schedule, 9 Months
FLSA STATUS: EXEMPT

Position Summary
The educational audiologist assesses students- functional listening ability to access
auditory information in the classroom to link diagnostic information, educational
accommodations, and program planning. Broad-based services include consultation,
support for interventions, assessment and evaluation, advocacy, training, and
professional development. The audiologist is expected to adhere to applicable federal
and state laws and regulations (i.e., Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(FERPA), Individual with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA), Nevada
Administrative Code (NAC), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act) as well as Clark
County School District and department policies and procedures. This person will report
directly to a supervising Speech/Audiology Services Coordinator and/or Director.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The list of Essential Duties and Responsibilities is not exhaustive and may be
supplemented.
1. Rule out, identify, and/or confirm auditory dysfunction.
2. Complete evaluations/reevaluations as required by Federal (IDEA) and state
laws.
3. Assist the multidisciplinary team (MDT) in determining the appropriate eligibility
of a student.
4. Participate in Individualized Education Program (IEP) development using the
web-based IEP program utilized by the Clark County School District (CCSD).

5. Provide appropriate services to support students in their academic programming
by:
a) Providing audiology services to students using evidenced based
practices;
b) Considering language and cultural differences of students;
c) Understanding current hearing aid, bone conduction, and cochlear
implant technology and how they best interface with hearing assistive
technology;
d) Determining hearing assistive technology needs of students;
e) Providing training to staff, students, and parents/guardians, as
appropriate for use of hearing technology to meet education related
needs and ensure communication access;
f) Working cooperatively with teachers and other specialists in a
consultative role, as needed;
g) Providing information and assistance to parents/guardians;
h) Collaborating with community agencies and providers.
6. Perform other duties related to the position, as assigned.

Position Expectations
1. Comply with and implement related federal and state laws and District policies,
regulations, and procedures as related to Speech Language Therapy and
Audiology services.
2. Maintain confidentiality; utilize technology for email communication, data
collection, documentation, and the development of written evaluation reports.
3. Communicate effectively both written and orally.
4. Practice clear, concise, consistent documentation of workload and provided
services as requested by the supervising Speech/Audiology Services
Coordinator or Director.
5. Demonstrate knowledge in the fundamental principles, research, trends, and
evidence-based practices in the field of Educational Audiology.
6. Work collaboratively with students, parents/guardians, colleagues,
administration, and community members.
7. Maintain and improve professional competence.


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Position Requirements
Education and Training
An earned master-s degree or Doctor of Audiology degree from an accredited college or
university.
Licenses and Certifications
1. Must possess or be able to acquire by the time of appointment to the position, a
Professional -Special License Ages 3-21 endorsement for Audiology issued by
the Nevada Department of Education.
2. A valid driver-s license that al ows the applicant/employee to legal y operate an
insured motor vehicle in Nevada. Employee will be using their own vehicle for
school visits.
Preferred Qualifications
1. American Speech and Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence as
an Audiologist.
2. Nevada Board of Examiners Audiology License.

When applying for a certificated licensed position, candidates must meet the
minimum qualifications as listed on the appropriate position vacancy
announcement.

AA/EOE Statement
This employer does not knowingly discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or national origin.

Job Revision Information
- Revised: 02/01/21
- Created: 02/01/21

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