Primary School Coordinator

CID – Central Institute for the Deaf seeks a coordinator for our Virginia J. Browning Primary School beginning in summer 2016. The primary school provides specialized instruction to children ages 6–12 in the areas of speech, language and listening along with a mainstream academic and social skills curriculum.

The coordinator oversees the day-to-day operation of the Virginia J. Browning Primary School and is responsible for ensuring the school operates in compliance with state regulations and other professional certifications. The coordinator supervises and mentors department staff to promote high quality programs and the smooth operation of the department.

In addition, the coordinator works closely with the executive director and leadership team to determine CID’s organizational direction and goals.

Candidates must have at least 5 years of experience in deaf education with an emphasis on listening and spoken language. A qualified candidate is motivating, organized, flexible and an excellent communicator willing to work collaboratively with other staff members. A master’s degree in education of the deaf or related field along with CED certification is required.

Send resume, cover letter and salary history to: Primary Coordinator, Human Resources, Central Institute for the Deaf, 825 South Taylor Avenue, St. Louis, MO  63110 or e-mail to: dgibbs@cid.edu.

Please submit by January 15, 2016.

Posted December 2015

4th-Year Audiology Extern

The CID pediatric audiology program provides a full range of re/habilitative audiologic services, including behavioral hearing evaluations, device evaluations (digital hearing aids, cochlear implants and FM systems) and programming, parent counseling and educational outreach. CID audiologists work closely with educators in the CID parent-infant family center program and CID school addressing the speech, language and hearing needs of children ages birth to 12.

Each year, we seek a fourth-year audiology extern to participate in all aspects of the audiology clinic, including making and fitting earmolds, selecting and verifying hearing aids, programming and verifying cochlear implants for children, fitting FM systems and planning of appropriate auditory training goals. Through observation and guided supervision, the extern helps counsel families about hearing loss, device options and the cochlear implantation process. Stipend available. 

Please send cover letter and CV to Kathy Holtman, AuD, CCC-A, CID Pediatric Audiology Program, 825 South Taylor Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110 or e-mail kholtman@cid.edu

For more information: 314.977.0104

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