Starting salary is $93,000 depending on experience.
Medical, dental, vision insurance
Paid time off
Paid sick leave
9 paid holidays
Employee wellbeing program
Professional development assistance
Internal Number: 1245
House Children’s Hearing Center is seeking an Auditory Verbal Therapist/Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to join our multi-disciplinary team. If you are self-motivated, possess excellent communication skills, and are looking to become part of an innovative, patient-centered clinic, we encourage you to submit your cover letter and resume.
Provide comprehensive speech therapy evaluations for children with hearing loss.
Develop appropriate, measurable treatment goals based on evaluation.
Establish patient understanding, expectations and goals for treatment.
Train, communicate and educate families and caregivers of patients.
Communicate and collaborate with audiologists, patient navigators and other staff to provide comprehensive care to patients.
Document assessments, treatments, and all relevant and required patient care information in the electronic health record in a timely manner, in accordance with clinical policies.
Participate in team meetings and department projects as needed.
Provide excellent customer service and maintain good public relations.
Exercise confidentiality to ensure compliance with all HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
Keep current with trends and research in the field of hearing loss.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Master's degree or equivalency in Speech Language Pathology from an accredited education program.
Current California Speech-Language Pathology License
Founded in 1946, the House Institute Foundation (HIF) has been at the forefront of advancements in hearing health for the past 75 years. Our seminal contributions to prevention, treatment, education, research, and humanitarian efforts exemplify our threefold mission of hearing and neuroscience research, education, and global hearing health, "so all may hear."
The Institute is named for Dr. Howard P. House, a pioneering Otologist who, along with his brother Dr. William “Bill” House, is responsible for some of the earliest work in the world toward development of surgery techniques, temporal bone research, the first standardized functional hearing test, and the first cochlear implant system.
In summer 2022, HIF launched the House Children's Hearing Center. The House Children’s Hearing Center is a comprehensive hearing center devoted to the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the full spectrum of hearing conditions in children, from birth to 18 years of age.
This center builds upon the storied foundation of the House Institute, the preeminent center for treating ear disease and neurological disorders. For more than 75 years, the House Institute’s neurotologists and neurosu...rgeons have led the way in treating the causes of hearing, balance, and skull-base disorders with cutting-edge practices and procedures. The team’s audiological staff works in close conjunction with its physicians to provide the most advanced audiometric evaluations and treatment options to ensure that patients receive the best treatment possible.
Today, the House Institute consists of Hearing Health Centers, a foundation, and our brand-new children’s center. With a focus on providing hearing health solutions for adults, the House Institute Hearing Health Centers include hearing aid dispensaries and diagnostic testing centers dispersed throughout Southern California. Our nonprofit, the House Institute Foundation, focuses on ear and neuroscience research, education, and global hearing health, with a vision of creating a world “where all may hear.”