To provide leadership and management of the day-to-day clinical and administrative operations of the Center. Provides direct clinical care and supervision of Audiologists in the delivery of quality clinical services.
Specific Job Related Duties
Function as a leader for day-to-day clinical and administrative operations with direct accountability to the Center CEO.
Works with the CEO to identify, develop, and implement long range goals for the Center and to ensure the growth of the Center’s services.
Provides direct clinical supervision of Audiologists engaged in patient care services to ensure standards of practice are met.
Manages daily productivity standards and monitors clinician and section productivity in relation to targeted efficiency.
Responsible for the hiring, evaluation, and professional development of staff.
Develops, maintains, and interprets departmental policies and procedures.
Establishes, implements, and reviews section objectives, in conjunction with the Center priorities and goals.
Provides specialized patient care in the area of Audiology, employing techniques consistent with age specific concerns for the following age groups: pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric.
Acts as liaison with other departments and outside agencies including physicians, community organizations, and government agencies.
Identifies appropriate internal controls and quality measures; provides mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance.
Licensure in Audiology issued by Ohio Speech & Hearing Professionals Board, or ability to obtain.
5 to 10 years clinical experience in delivery of audiology services.
3 to 5 years supervisory or management experience.
Must be an individual who has shown outstanding capabilities as a leader and organizer; an ability to work well with people at all levels; high level of proficiency in oral and written communications.
About Columbus Speech & Hearing Center
Columbus Speech & Hearing Center was established in 1923 as the League for the Hard of Hearing. The League focused on assisting hard-of-hearing individuals in the Columbus community to improve their ability to communicate. Over time, the League experienced name and location changes; however, the desire to help individuals in the central Ohio area remained.Focusing on the needs of the community, the League evolved into the programs that exist at Columbus Speech & Hearing Center today, which include Audiology & Hearing Aid services, Speech-Language services and vocational rehabilitation and employment services for adults with disabilities.
For more than 90 years, Columbus Speech & Hearing Center has continued to offer exceptional service to clients across Ohio. By remaining focused on its mission to help all people improve communication and vocational independence, the Center raises awareness of speech and hearing challenges throughout the Columbus community and surrounding areas.