School Audiology Jobs

As a school audiologist, we offer something you won’t find anyplace else — an entirely new perspective on your audiology career. We have hundreds of jobs waiting for you to explore.

Since many hearing problems are discovered in early childhood through routine hearing screenings done in public and private schools, the need for school audiologists is crucial. That’s why we’re committed to finding you the school audiology job of your choice. Whether it’s in a large school district or in a small, rural school, the right job is waiting for you.

School Audiology Duties

A school audiologist plays a very important role in the assistance and education of students with hearing difficulties. Those who are hearing impaired can rely on a school audiology professional to assist them in creating a program designed to meet their special needs. The duties of a school audiologist include providing professional representation for hearing impaired students between the ages of 0 and 21, as well as providing diagnostic services, identifying the need for amplification, assisting with the functionality of hearing assistance technology, making educational recommendation to the staff and teachers in the facility, providing counseling to parents and students, sharing information with colleagues and helping to implement better student programs, providing consultation for the purchase of audiological equipment and providing training to help parents and teachers understand the impact of hearing impairments on learning, literacy, language and social skills.

School Audiology Education Requirements

A school audiologist is required to have a master’s or doctoral degree in audiology from an accredited university, as well as a valid license from the state of hiring to practice audiology. Then, the school audiology professional must participate in and complete at least 12 hours of crisis prevention intervention training, learning all of the proper techniques to best assist students in the event of an emergency. A school audiologist is also required to successfully collaborate and communicate with students, parents and other professionals who are directly involved in the hearing-impaired student’s life. Aside from the certifications, a school audiology professional must also be adept at the use of different technology systems, including computers and hearing devices used to promote better communication. The individual must also be skilled at problem-solving, critical thinking and compassionate communication.

School Audiology Job Market

Depending on the education level of the school audiologist, professionals in this industry can earn anywhere from $71,000 to $84,000 annually. Most school audiologists also enjoy full benefits, including health insurance, vacation time and more. Those with the most certifications and experience can earn over $100,000 in this profession. The current job market is expected to see growth in this area, and an increased demand for school audiologists makes it a great time to enter the profession.

6 jobs found

Full-Time Audiologist Needed Near Tacoma, Washington

Tacoma, Washington
A school district near Tacoma, Washington has partnered with Soliant to find an Audiologist for the 2022-2023 school year. This is a full-time, school-based, contract position through Soliant. Soliant offers benefits such as health, dental, and vision insurance to their full-time consultants. This i...
3 days ago

Full-Time Audiologist - Spanaway, Washington

Spanaway, Washington
Soliant is arranging interviews for a full-time Audiologist in the Spanaway, Washington area. The Audiologist would work for the upcoming school year in different capacities. The director is reviewing resumes, apply now! About the Position: Hours: Full-Time Assessing and providing services to ...
Contract 8 days ago

Full-time School Audiologist - Spanaway, Washington

Spanaway, Washington
A school district is currently arranging interviews for a Audiologist near the Spanaway, Washington area. Employment Type: Full-time  Must have WA audiologist license Monitor and maintain the function of amplification devices, cochlear implants and remote microphone te...
Contract 14 days ago

Part-time School Audiologist - Towson, Maryland

Towson, Maryland
A school district is currently arranging interviews for a Audiologist near the Towson, Maryland area. Employment Type: 2 days/week Full school year Must have MD audiologist license -- schools experience a huge plus Monitor and maintain the function of amplification devices...
Contract 14 days ago

Part-Time Educational Audiologist | Maryland

Owings Mill, Maryland
Soliant is seeking a part-time Educational Audiologist in the Owings Mills, Maryland area. The Audiologist would work for the upcoming school year. The director is reviewing resumes, apply now! About the Position: Hours: Part-Time Requirements: Licensed Audiologist in the state of Maryland...
Contract 16 days ago

$50+ Hourly | School Audiologist In Santa Clara, CA

Santa Clara, California
BlazerWorks has partnered with an excellent school district that is looking for a passionate Audiologist for the upcoming school year! The ideal candidate will not only thrive in a dynamic work environment but also partner with families, teachers, and other professionals to create a safe, ...
28 days ago

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