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- Responsible for all activities of the audiology and hearing aid center staff. Responsible for Human Resource management, including interviewing, hiring, training, development, supervision and evaluation of clinical providers and/or department staff.
- Collaborates with the Chief of Otorhinolaryngology to communicate and facilitate the integration of best practices for Audiology care and to ensure continuous improvement in the delivery of auditory services.
- Establishes and maintains quality of care and service standards. Ensures staff is in compliance with audiology licensing laws and ethical codes and other local, state and federal regulations. Responsible for evaluating clinical competency and annual performance evaluation to ensure high quality professional standards.
- Has primary oversight of the Hearing Aid Center business venture. Manages growth of the business and has profit and loss responsibility.
- Contributes to development and presentation of new regional and/or service area Audiology and Hearing Aid Center initiatives and assists in planning for new equipment, space and facility upgrades.
- Involved in developing and monitoring operating and capital budgets, and ensures that the services operate within the allocated funds. Has authority for budgetary expenditures. Holds Fiscal Distribution Authority approval for department cost center expenditures.
- Ensures ongoing professional development for self, clinical staff, and student affiliates.
- Functions as a practicing audiologist.