Career Options That Work for You
The job landscape for the profession of audiology is constantly evolving. From everyday decisions to a global pandemic, there are multiple factors considered when taking the next step in your career or building a diverse staff. The Academy has the resources to assist both employers and job seekers in their prospective settings with everything from searching for a job to negotiating and setting salaries to candidate screenings, and more.
Let the Academy’s HearCareers employment listing be your guide. The listing of jobs ranges from seasoned professionals to fourth-year externships.
HEARCareers provides employers with a candidate pool consisting of only audiologists and allows job seekers to view jobs specifically catered to their profession. Members receive discounted rates on job postings, and resume posting is always free.
All HEARCareers job postings come with access to the resume database, available while the job posting is active. Job seekers can create job alerts to identify postings that meet certain criteria. Job seekers also have access to the career learning center full of resources covering everything from effective networking to preparing for an interview.
Human Resource Help
Managing a workplace professionally can define the success of any business. Understanding and establishing the rights and obligations of both employees and employers is, now more than ever, required by employers, employees, the public, and the government.
If you need to fill your human resource (HR) needs or to get answers at a discounted rate and as part of your member benefits, the Academy offers access to Human Resources Associates, DC-based an HR consultancy.
How Does Your Salary Stack Up?
Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics to learn more about the latest employment and wage estimates for audiologists.
Negotiate Your Worth, Audiology Today, May/June 2020
Negotiating Salary as a New Graduate and Its Impact on the Future of Our Profession, Audiology Today, Nov/Dec 2017 (page 72)
This FREE service for Academy members offers you feedback from professional audiologists working in a variety of settings. Job seekers may also submit related items such as cover letters, curriculum vitae, and thank-you notes for review.
Be Prepared for Your Interview
Before heading into an interview, individuals must prepare. The American Academy of Audiology has prepared a pre and post interview checklist, as well as sample interview questions. Prepare for your interview now.