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[AUDITORY] Position of Senior Research Audiologist At Advanced Bionics LLC
I would like to announce a position of senior research audiologist to take on a leading role in conducting studies into improving outcomes of cochlear implant recipients. The position is based in Valencia, CA.
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Senior Research Audiologist
Join the team that is taking cochlear implant performance to the next level! The Research & Technology group at Advanced Bionics has changed the lives of cochlear implant recipients through revolutionary improvements in signal processing, such as HiResolution, Fidelity 120, and ClearVoice. There are even more exciting advancements looming on the horizon! Our international research team sets the standard for industry-driven cochlear implant research. Our team is constantly implementing and evaluating new concepts to improve hearing for our patients. With so many ideas to evaluate, our team is searching for a Senior Research Audiologist to help bring exciting new technologies to market. The ideal candidate will be motivated to improve outcomes of cochlear implant users through innovative solutions and excited to test novel hypotheses about how to affect meaningful change in clinical practice and patient performance.
As a Senior Research Audiologist, you will function within a multi-disciplinary, international team of scientists, engineers, and hearing professionals. Your clinical perspective will influence the team’s approach to development and implementation of changes in our current sound coding process. If you are a hearing professional or researcher and you have what it takes to shape the future of cochlear implants, then this is the opportunity for you.
Conduct research to evaluate sound coding strategies designed to improve outcomes with a cochlear implant.
Evaluate role of objective measures in fitting and operation of cochlear implant.
Design protocols for patient studies and determine the most appropriate behavioral and objective test measures for validation of product function.
Write and present final reports and/or scientific papers describing the findings.
Collaborate with a team of scientists and engineers.
Assist with transfer of successful technologies to R&D team.
As appropriate, initiate studies with external research centers.
Ph.D., Au.D. or M.A. in Audiology, Communicative Disorders, Hearing/Communication Science or related field.
Work experience with cochlear implant audiology.
One (1) year of experience as Researcher, Research Assistant or Research Scholar in Audiology; or equivalent occupation.
We are willing to consider candidates with no research experience but strong clinical and research background.