Audiologists are hearing and speech specialists who diagnose, evaluate and treat people with hearing and speech disorders, balance and related problems. After administering the diagnostic tests, they often work in teams with physicians, speech-language pathologists, otolaryngologists, , nurses, and physiotherapists to assist in the treatment, rehabilitation or implantation of hearing aids.
Audiologist Resume Format
Dr. Phil T. Barry, AuD
Phone: (772) 772-8911
To become part of a team of audiologist in a community or metropolitan hospital
Summary of Qualifications
- About 14 years of experience as an audiologist
- Excellent interpersonal skills for dealing with patients.
Career Experience / Job History
2004 – Present: Audiologist, St. Francis Speech and Hearing Clinic.
- Determine the degree, type and location of hearing problems
- Administer audiometric tests to diagnose and evaluate the degree and type of hearing impairment.
- Perform diagnostic neurophysiologic hearing tests to hearing nerve impulses in the brain.
- Confer with doctor specialists and speech therapists as necessary.
1996 – 2004: Resident Audiologist, Florida State Medical Center
- Plan, develop and implement rehabilitation programs, including auditory training, hearing aid implantation, sign language and counseling
- Confer with physicians in the physiological treatment of hearing dysfunction cases as well as speech therapists in treating speech disorders.
Received hospital citations in the years 1998- 2004 for dedicated therapeutic work
1999: obtained Certificate of Clinical Competence I Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
1998: passed American Board of Audiology certification
1996 – 1998: Doctorate in Audiology (AuD), Florida State University
1994 – 1996: MS in Audiology, New York State University
1991 – 1994: BS Psychology, New York State University
Professional and Character References
Can be furnished upon request