The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is
seeking a Full-time Lecturer, Audiology Clinical Education
Coordinator. This appointment will involve clinic coordination,
supervision of students enrolled in the doctorate of audiology
program, marketing and public relations work, and teaching at the
Establish and coordinate scheduling and billing while adhering
to federal and state regulations.
Initiate and maintain student placement agreements and act as a
liaison to local professional networks in audiology and clinical
Didactic and clinical instruction and internship/externship
liaison work, as needed.
Coordinate scheduling of clinical instruction and on and
off-campus clinics. Coordinate scheduling of all clinical
instructors, clinics, and student clinicians in the Maryjane Rees
Language, Speech, and Hearing Audiology Clinic.
Participate in hiring and support of clinical instructors (this
includes verification of updated ASHA certification and CA licenses
annually), including training and support of student clinical hours
Oversight of student clinical hours data tracking including
verification of ASHA and licensure.
Provide support to students enrolled in clinical practica
including tracking documentation related to AuD and undergraduate
observation hours and background check documentation. AuD and
undergraduate clinical assistantship hours, clinical clock hours
and competencies, surveys and site demographics data, in order to
ensure learning outcome assessment data for annual department
reporting is available.
Community relations including marketing and public relations to
support clinic census.
- Coordination of HIPAA-compliant Audiology clinic operations,
including but not limited to:
- Oversight of clinical education and coordination of clinical
instructors/supervisors and student clinical progress for the
Doctor of Audiology program
- Coordinate program accreditation and HIPAA compliance for the
Maryjane Rees Language, Speech and Hearing Center.
- Coordinate the on-campus Maryjane Rees Language, Speech and
Hearing Center’s audiology clinic, including setup (EHR system,
scheduling, purchasing, technology, equipment, materials and
supplies), consultation (purchasing, construction, marketing of
services), and clinic operations (client/patient
recruitment/enrollment and scheduling, establishment of policies,
procedures, and activities related to clinic operations and student
clinical education and supervision and scheduling), and clinical
education in conjunction with the Maryjane Language, Speech and
Support the development of sustainable funding sources, in
collaboration with the Department Chair and University Advancement
for the donations-only clinic.
Establish, monitor and track the Maryjane Rees Center Audiology
Clinic budget in consultation with the Department Chair.
Provide supplementary clinical instruction to students enrolled
in clinical practicum, including assessing and remediating
disorders in audiology.
Clinical Education Coordinator participates in instructing
students and guiding clinical instructors in the following areas:
Coordinate reception at audiology clinic desk and clinical
supply room, including materials, and personnel.
Maintain and review the inventory of materials.
- Diagnostic assessment and screening of peripheral and central
auditory function, vestibular function tests, hearing aid
dispensing and follow-up services, assistive technology and aural
(re)habilitation, assessment and management of tinnitus,
immittance/impedance tests, real ear measurements,
electrophysiological measures, rotary chair testing, etc.
- Therapeutic intervention which involves the planning,
implementation, and interprofessional evaluation and management of
auditory, vestibular and other related disorders.
- Professional reports and records of evaluations and procedures,
- Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) development, implementation,
- Evidence based practice and department-specific professional
- Providing services to and working with diverse students and
Interact with clients and caregivers regarding services and
concerns as needed.
Conduct annual clinical orientations, continuing education
events, and workshops.
Maintain and update Clinical Handbooks for students and