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CESA #4, based in West Salem, Wisconsin, is seeking a full-time Educational Audiologist. The Educational Audiologist will work closely with CESA #4 Deaf and Hard of Hearing teachers and provide audiological support to students with documented hearing loss. The audiologist evaluates student's audiograms and provides recommendations on hearing technology needs as well as educates teachers and students in the use of hearing technology in the classroom. The audiologist works with school staff to ensure auditory access to their educational environment. They effectively consult with various educational staff to identify the audiological needs of students with hearing loss and determine supports necessary for success. Applicants should have excellent written communication, verbal communication, and interpersonal skills.
- Understands the procedures necessary to identify hearing loss in children, including pure tone audiometric screening, tympanograms, otoacoustic emissions, other electrophysiological measurements, and newborn hearing screening criteria.
- Understands assessment measures, speech reception and word recognition testing, differential diagnosis of auditory disorders, and knowledge of the diagnosis of central auditory disorders.
- Knowledge of the use of hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM equipment (including use and troubleshooting) in an educational setting.
- Knowledge of the procedures to evaluate and provide hearing technology to children in school settings and to select, evaluate, and fit classroom technology based on current options.
- Able to train educational staff, students, and support personnel to monitor hearing technology, classroom acoustics, and environmental accommodations so students are able to maximize use of their residual hearing.
- Maintains accurate records and provides documentation in a professional, efficient, and accountable manner.
- Utilizes strong organizational skills and flexibility to establish and maintain appropriate schedules consultation, identification of students with hearing loss, assessment, and FM monitoring.
- Engages in professional development to stay current on researched-based instructional strategies and services, and seeks additional resources and assistance as needed to meet the individualized needs of students.
- Requires travel to various school sites.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Master's or Clinical Doctorate in Audiology (AuD)
- Valid Wisconsin Audiology License
- Valid Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Educational Audiology License or meets necessary requirements to obtain
Lillian Rider, Itinerant Service Director CESA #4
(608) 786-4853; email@example.com
**Applicants do not need to use WECAN -Fill out our application and forward to Lily Rider**
AmeriCorps* VISTA with WI DPI:
The overall goal of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) AmeriCorps*VISTA Project is to build capacity of Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs) across the state to improve awareness of homelessness and serve students in public schools who are experiencing homelessness. The project utilizes AmeriCorps*VISTA members in the following capacities:
- To conduct needs assessments and asset mapping to determine what services exist
- To develop and expand collaboration and partnerships with local service agencies
- To connect CESA staff and district staff to discuss issues surrounding homelessness and academic achievement
- To build awareness that homelessness is an issue effecting all communities
- To recruit volunteer mentors
We are filling VISTA positions that start August 12, 2017 in West Salem. This will be full year service placements and will end in August 2018. Positions are filled on a rolling basis.
Please apply directly to our program through the AmeriCorps website:
Contact: Kristine Nadolski, Program Director (608) 267-7338 or Brendon Fanning, VISTA Leader (608) 266-2386
Program Type: AmeriCorps* VISTA
Program Start/End Date: July, 29th 2017 – July, 28th 2018
Compensation: Living stipend $990 per month
Benefits: Health coverage, childcare assistance, option for life insurance, relocation reimbursement, loan deferment,
$5,775 educational award or $1,500 cash stipend upon completion, non-competitive eligibility
Work Schedule: Full Time
Education Level: College Graduate
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CESA #4, based in West Salem, Wisconsin, is seeking a part-time Occupational Therapist to serve school-based students in the CESA #4 service area. School-based therapy involves the development of creative, play-based intervention strategies. Applicants should have excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills, and manages time well and enjoys diversity of student populations.
To be given full consideration, please upload letter of interest, resume, license, letters of reference and transcripts to your WECAN account.
CESA #4 does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin, ancestry,
creed, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation,or physical, mental, emotional
or learning disability.