Employment

The School for Oral Deaf Education is looking for an Oral Deaf Educator/Speech Language Pathologist for the 2017-18 schoolyear. This person is responsible for providing listening and spoken language instruction/therapy to preschool and kindergarten students in small groups. All of the children use some form of hearing technology that provides appropriate access to sound to hear and to speak.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide direct instruction/services to students in pre-academics/academics as well as other typical early childhood developmental skills including, but not limited to, art, music, circle, motor/social skills, and cognition.
  • Provide small group instruction in specific development areas, including auditory training, syntax, and conversational language
  • Prepare and submit weekly lesson plans, which include New Mexico State Standards/Pre-School Benchmarks as well as comments regarding student progress, as required
  • Encourage students to develop independence and self-confidence
  • Maintain student records and provide written reports as required

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or above in Deaf Education or Speech/Hearing Sciences is preferred.
  • Must have experience working with young children.

For more information please contact Susan Revels at srevels@peiabq.org or mail resumes to Human Resources at Presbyterian Ear Institute, 415 Cedar St. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106.


Presbyterian Ear Institute is seeking an experienced Audiologist. The person will provide a full range of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology services for children with some limited services for adults. Must be willing to do some light traveling for outreach.

Responsibilities include:

  • Diagnostic hearing tests on adults and children
  • Auditory brainstem response testing on newborns
  • Hearing aid fitting and verification
  • Cochlear implant services for adults and children
  • Increasing the number of referrals
  • Participation on state advisory panel
  • Presentations to community agencies and at conferences

The audiologist will be expected to collaborate with the School for Oral Deaf Education’s Principal, speech pathologists, doctors and agencies throughout the community and nationally.

Requirements:

  • Doctorate of Audiology
  • At least three of experience working with pediatrics is preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills. Good listening skills.
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as a team member

Send resumes to cepstein@peiabq.org or mail to Human Resources at Presbyterian Ear Institute, 415 Cedar St., SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106