The Johns Hopkins Division of Audiology currently has a new position for a clinical audiologist. Qualified individuals must already have either a Doctorate or Master’s level degree. Candidates must also meet licensing requirements for the State of Maryland. Our team of audiologists works closely with the Otologists in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery to provide comprehensive hearing healthcare.
The primary location of Johns Hopkins Audiology is within the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center in Baltimore, Maryland. This position will allow the candidate the opportunity to work at both the Outpatient Center and one of our satellite locations. The ongoing clinic demand reflects the need for further expansion across the Department of Otolaryngology and Division of Audiology. There are also current construction and renovation projects in both our Bethesda and Lutherville-Timonium locations which will impact our coverage needs.
This position is an excellent opportunity for an experienced audiologist to further enhance clinical skills and gain exposure to new challenges. The current team of audiologists work with all populations from newborn through geriatrics. Interested candidates must have a strong diagnostic background for both adults and pediatrics; although this position will have more of an adult focus. Responsibilities for Johns Hopkins’ audiologists include comprehensive diagnostic testing, hearing aids and bone conduction systems. The clinic handles a high volume of patients on a daily basis from all socio-economic backgrounds.
Opportunities exist for continuing education and involvement in ongoing clinical research trials. The salary and benefit package will be based on experience. There are also opportunities for teaching of audiology students, residents and the public. This position does not include mapping of cochlear implants.
Interested candidates for this new opening within Johns Hopkins Division of Audiology should email both a cover letter and resume to Colleen E. Ryan-Bane, MS, FAAA at email@example.com.
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