American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Audiology Practices Resource Manager

Posting Date: 1/9/2014

Cluster/Team:  Audiology Practice Policy & Consultation Cluster

Coach:  Audiology Practice Policy & Consultation Unit Director

Salary Range (Non-Negotiable):  $38,946–$43,273

FLSA Exemption Status: Exempt

Note: The part-time schedule for this position is 22.5 hours per week. This position will be funded through December 2017.


The purpose of this position is to assist in the development of Web-based resources and tools to aid audiologists in clinical decision making by leading and supporting teams that include staff and volunteer members with content experience.


  1. Serve as project team leader and coordinator of working groups charged with the development of information that influences and shapes the practice of audiology.
  2. Develop and maintain online practice portal resources to be used in support of audiology clinical decision making and in evidence maps, compendiums, and other tools when applicable.
  3. Identify, appraise, synthesize, and retrieve relevant research from scientific journals and other sources to be used in online practice resources.
  4. Develop resources that address current trends and critical issues related to the provision of audiology services.
  5. Administer the Practice Portal SharePoint site for audiology-related topics.
  6. Coordinate with audiology professional practices staff, other internal staff, Practice Portal project manager, volunteers, and outside experts in the development of online practice resources.


Knowledge Typically Acquired Through

  • Master's of arts/science degree in communication sciences and disorders
  • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Practical experience in the professions or direct experience in technical writing and developing clinical guidance preferred
  • Experience with health/education related information

Scope and Depth of Technical Skills/Knowledge

  • Support committee work (e.g., scheduling conference calls and meetings)
  • Assist with dissemination of audiology products and services (e.g., presentations, e-mail blasts, group e-mail campaigns)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and SharePoint
  • Ability to use Medline and other Web tools to identify relevant scientific literature

Scope and Depth of Non-Technical Skills/Knowledge

  • Functions well in a team environment
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously

Find out how to apply. Send a resume and cover letter to

EOE/minorities, women, persons with disabilities, veterans with disabilities and Vietnam veterans are encouraged to apply.

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