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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:     Seek the Position of Senior Audiologist

SUMMARY:

Expert Audiologists with over twelve years experience working with people who have hearing and related problems; employing various testing devices to determine the nature and extent of hearing loss; interpreting these results and coordinating them with medical, educational and psychological information to make a diagnosis and determine a course of treatment.

  • Considerable knowledge of the effect of diseases and injuries.
  • Remarkable knowledge of how to give advice on social or    personal problems and setting up a plan for treatment.
  • Great knowledge of injuries, illnesses, and defects and setting    up a plan for treatment.
  • Strong knowledge of the meaning, spelling, and use of the    English language.
  • Sound knowledge of teaching and the methods involved in    learning and instruction.
  • Solid knowledge of managing the operations of a business,    company, or group.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Sound ability to manage the time of self and others.
  • Excellent use of scientific methods to solve problems.
  • Strong ability to effectively communicate diagnostic test    results, diagnose and propose treatment in a manner easily    understood by their clients.
  • Profound ability to approach problems objectively and provide    support to clients and their families.
  • Demonstrated uncommon patient and compassion for patients.

    Professional Experience

    Tom Primary Care Trust, Minneapolis, MN       2002 - Present

    Audiologist
    • Organize audiological management program that address local needs.
    • Design and implement a mass hearing screening program to meet local educational needs.
    • Scheduling appointments for audiological evaluation, administering standard diagnostic tests and procedures in keeping with individual student needs, promoting effective interpersonal relations with students and parents, obtaining additional/supplementary diagnostic records, formulating conclusions and recommendations, and interpreting diagnostic information.
    • Responsible for making recommendations regarding the need for further audiological or other support services.
    • Develop systems for maintaining student and program records.
    • Participate in the Exempla/St Joseph Hospital Newborn Hearing Screening Program, provide follow up diagnostic pediatric hearing evaluations, identify appropriate referral sources, and counsel family members on auditory development and the impact of haring loss on communication development.
    • Conduct studies, as requested by administration, to determine the quality of services provided to patients.
    • Develop and sponsor continuing education activities for health care professionals.
    John Dale Hospital, Minneapolis, MN               1996 - 2002

    Audiologist
    • Performed diagnostic evaluations of patients' hearing abilities and vestibular function, conferred with appropriate professionals regarding patient care and management, and initiated appropriate rehabilitative services.
    • Measured hearing acuity and identified the type and degree of hearing loss for patients of all ages by performing: a) pure tone audiometry; b) speech audiometry; c) immittance audiometry; d) behavioral observation audiometry; e) visual reinforcement audiometry; f) conditioned play audiometry; and g) otoacoustic emissions testing.
    • Assessed the integrity of the auditory system by performing a) auditory brainstem response audiometry and b) electrocochleography.
    • Assessed the function of the vestibular system by performing electronystagmography.
    • Determined the potential benefits of personal amplification, assistive listening devices, and classroom amplification, and made referrals to appropriate providers.
    • Counseled patients with hearing loss concerning hearing aid technology, the advantages and limitations of hearing aids, and patients' candidacy for personal amplification.
    • Made a variety of custom ear mold products for patients.
    • Prepared written reports of diagnostic test results and recommendations and conferred with appropriate professionals regarding patient care and management.
    • Participated on multi-discipline teams, such as craniofacial clinic and early childhood development clinic, to identify the medical, communicative, education, psychosocial, vocational and rehabilitative needs of patients.
    John Dale Hospital, Minneapolis, MN               1993 - 1996

    Audiologist Intern
    • Conducted interviews to find out the difficulties associated with hearing loss, including background information such as medical history.
    • Assessed the extent of hearing loss and location of the problem using a wide range of techniques, including audiometric tests such as air and bone conduction tests.
    • Reported results of assessment and testing in writing and made referrals to medical practitioners.
    • Provided rehabilitation programs which included counseling and guidance for the hearing impaired and their families.
    Education and Professional Training

    Minneapolis Certified Audiologist

    MS Audiology, New York University, NY (1995)
    BS Audiology, New York University, NY (1992)



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