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Audiologist, Full time

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Job Details
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Company Name
Arkansas Children's
Physical Address

Little Rock, AR 72205
Job Description

Work Shift:

Time Type:

Full time


CC014300 Audiology – Little Rock


Provides a wide range of audiological services utilizing developmentally appropriate techniques to patients from birth through 21



1. Performs audiological evaluations and screenings

Reviews medical record for pertinent information prior to every evaluation

Interviews parent/caregivers to obtain relevant history prior to each evaluation to determine developmentally appropriate protocol

Utilizes Cross-Check Principle with each patient to make a reliability and validity judgment

Seeks assistance from other staff as appropriate to enhance evaluation integrity and completeness

Implements a plan of action with appropriate recommendations and counsels/educates every patient and family regarding this plan

Maintains technical competency with all clinical equipment, including diagnostic, screening and computer-assisted applications

2. Provides selection, verification and management of amplification or cochlear implant needs for identified patients

Determines options regarding traditional amplification, cochlear implants, bone-anchored implants, FM technology, etc and provides information and education to family/patient in order to navigate the decision-making process.

Pre-selects appropriate device(s), earmolds, accessories, etc. based on audiometric configuration, patient’s listening environment and level of functioning, utilizing computer-assisted applications when appropriate and confirms through functional and objective measures.

Counsels patient/family regarding the adjustment process, device care/maintenance, appropriate expectations, needed follow-up protocol and provides written/visual materials to support

Confirms family understanding prior to discharge about device care/maintenance, troubleshooting and the recommended individualized plan of care for the patient’s audiological needs.

3. Applies the technical knowledge and skills required for specialized testing in complex cases

Selects appropriate protocol, administers and interprets Auditory Evoked Responses according to clinic standards

Selects appropriate protocol, administers and interprets Auditory Processing Disorder evaluations according to clinic standards

Investigates new technology options and acquires a documented level of competency to apply to ACH patient population

4. Generates appropriate documentation for recordkeeping, reporting and referrals

Completes the summary section of the audiogram on the date of service based on audiology department procedures and routes appropriately for the Medical Records.

Composes a complete and organized report utilizing appropriate language and including relative educational material within one week of the evaluation for medical records, referral source and other service providers for patients requiring coordination of care.

Completes documentation and entries regarding patients in electronic databases and software including those for scheduling and amplification fitting

5. Provides specific Audiology clinic functions and/or coordinates special projects as assigned

These may include:School-based audiology services (EARS)Project HOP/OutreachCochlear implant CoordinationHearing aid/ALD Loaner BanksInfant Hearing ProgramEquipment coordinationSupervision/preceptor for studentsParent education and trainingPresentations/workshops on behalf of ACHDevelopment of educational materialsMaintenance of clinic suppliesOther duties as assigned


Required – Doctoral Degree – Field of Study: Audiology


Preferred – 2 years pediatric audiology experience preferred


Required – Audiology License: (AR) (needed within 3 months of hire date)

Required – Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC-A) (Certification) (needed within 6 months of hire date)


This position has no specific Skill requirements


Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight Up to 10 pounds

Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight Up to 25 pounds

Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight Up to 35 pounds

Noise Level Noise Level

Physical Activity Climb or balance

Physical Activity Reach with hands and arms

Physical Activity Sit

Physical Activity Stand

Physical Activity Stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, twist, or bend

Physical Activity Talk or hear

Physical Activity Walk

Physical Environment Inside Office Environment / conditions

Safety Sensitivity This position has been designated as safety sensitive.

Children are at the center of everything we do. Arkansas Children’s is the only hospital system in the state solely dedicated to caring for children, which allows our organization to uniquely shape the landscape of pediatric care in Arkansas.

As Champions for Children, Arkansas Children’s Hospital has joined the elite 6 percent of hospitals in the world that have Magnet Status . Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) is the most prestigious distinction a healthcare organization can receive for nursing excellence and quality patient outcomes.

Arkansas Children’s is driven by four core values: safety, teamwork, compassion and excellence. These values inform every decision and every action, from the aggressive pursuit of zero hospital infections to treating each family with dignity, kindness and concern. These core values fundamentally guide our work at Arkansas Children’s.

For more than a century, Arkansas Children’s has continuously evolved to meet the unique needs of the children of Arkansas and beyond. Today, Arkansas Children’s is more than just a hospital treating sick kids – our services include two hospitals, a pediatric research institute, a foundation, clinics, education and outreach, all with an unyielding commitment to making children better today and healthier tomorrow.

Arkansas Children’s reaches more children in more ways where they live, learn and play. Our system includes a 336-bed hospital in Little Rock with the state’s only pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center, burn center, Level 4 neonatal intensive care and pediatric intensive care, and research institute as well as a nationally-recognized transport service. We are nationally ranked by U.S. News World Report in four specialties (2017-18): Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Surgery, ranked No. 37; Neonatology, No. 38; Pediatric Pulmonology, ranked No. 47; and Pediatric Urology, ranked No. 48. A sister campus, Arkansas Children’s Northwest , opened in February 2018, bringing 233,613 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, clinic rooms and diagnostic services to children in that corner of the state.

Arkansas Children’s provides equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin or citizenship status, disability, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or any other category protected by federal, state and local laws. Further, Arkansas Children’s will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

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