Audiologists at Heartspring are strategic partners. We are tasked with interdisciplinary collaboration to provide the best comprehensive services possible to our children and families.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Conduct audiology assessments, diagnosing, re-assessments, and make recommendations using pediatric assessments and industry best practice interventions.
- Develop rapport with family and child to involve family’s input and priorities in the therapy plan and home program.
- Create individualized recommendations and measurable goals based on the child and family needs and the interdisciplinary collaboration.
- Implement recommendations that are established by the industry and best practices with pediatric research and practices that align with Heartspring philosophy.
- Maintain records of professional, accurate and timely (average of 2 days from DOS) documentation on each child on the audiologist caseload using industry best practices and meets payor requirements within practice standards.
- Meet or exceed billable procedures per month and worked hours per month to ensure sustainable model of care.
- Follow KDADS and ASHA code of ethics, and all Heartspring policies and procedures.
- Customer Service – ability to interact appropriately with a variety of individuals with varying needs within a timely matter.
- Clinical Outcomes – ability to use best practice interventions in an individualized manner to demonstrate positive clinical outcomes for the child and family with a comprehensive interdisciplinary team.
- Industry Best Practice Interventions - ability to learn and implement audiology best practice interventions in the individualized therapy plans for the child and family.
- Interdisciplinary Collaboration – ability to create a positive work environment that fosters interdisciplinary team collaboration and coordination of therapeutic best practice interventions.
- Effective Communication – ability to communicate in written, verbal and non-verbal communication with others to seek solutions and implement most ideal plan.
- Relationship Building – ability to develop rapport and struggle with team members towards a solution.
- Adaptable – ability to provide billable services and sustain attention with interruptions and/or distractions of the scheduled plan.
- Participate in training and supervision of clinical education programs for audiology students when needed.
- Participate in outreach to the public and medical community through attending events, networking and participating in content of marketing materials.
- Participate in pediatric professional organizations and remain current and updated in literature and technology related to the field of audiology.
- Participate and encourage innovation and exporting knowledge and skills to new areas of practice and development.
How To Apply
Interested applicants should submit a resume to
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.