Educational Audiologist 2019-2020 School Year
Job Type: 188 days, 7.5 hours/day, Start July 1, 2019
Start Date: July 1, 2019
The audiologist assists in the identification of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and in the development, implementation and follow-up of programs for children who are deaf and hard of hearing. The audiologist is responsible for maintaining hearing assistive technology.
Applicant must possess Master’s Degree or AudD and a current Illinois Audiologist license. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in Auditory Processing Disorders assessment.
Sterling and Rockford, IL and surrounding school districts
Based upon experience and qualifications
Angela Lew-Stolzoff, Head Audiologist
Northwestern Illinois Association
2002 E. Fifth Street
Sterling, IL 61081
Phone: (815) 625-7931
Application Process and Deadline
- Completion of NIA online application
- Formal Letter of Application, Resume, List of References
Deadline: June 9, 2019
The Northwestern Illinois Association (NIA) is a regional special education cooperative comprised of seventy-two school districts located in the ten northwestern counties of Illinois. The primary mission of the NIA is to provide special education services to children with low incidence impairments (hearing, vision and orthopedic/multiple disabilities).
The NIA region has been divided into three sub-regions for more effective planning and service delivery. The NIA maintains its administrative office in Sycamore with satellite offices located in each of the NIA sub-regions. Within the region there are fourteen special education districts or cooperatives, and twenty nonpublic agencies with which NIA personnel work closely in the provision of special education services.
The Northwestern Illinois Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Find us in Northwestern Illinois
4 Office Locations
- St. Charles
5 Hearing Clinic Locations
- St. Charles
- South Beloit