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Website Independent First Nations Alliance

Position Summary
The Independent First Nations Alliance (IFNA) is looking to hire a full-time Audiologist to support IFNA communities through hearing care services. The main duties of the Audiologist will comprise of hearing tests, treatment, aftercare, and education for patients of IFNA communities. The Audiologist will focus on providing care to clients and communities while upholding the mission, vision, and values of IFNA Health Services.

• Must have a degree (Master’s preferred) from an accredited Audiology program or equivalent experience
• Registered (or eligible) with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario

• Experience administrating and/or performing hearing tests
• Ability to interpret diagnostic tests
• Strong assessment skills and ability to identify appropriate intervention options
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team
• Excellent leadership, management, decision-making, and problem-solving skills
• Highly self-motivated and willing to take initiative
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral)
• Experience in maintaining confidentiality (HIPAA compliant)
• Knowledge of and/or willingness to learn Indigenous culture and values

• Ability to speak one or more local dialects from within IFNA communities is considered
an asset
• Experience working with remote communities and as part of a remote team
• Experience in program development

• This position reports directly to IFNA’s Clinical Manager

• As a representative of IFNA, a professional and culturally competent manner must be
• Use clinical expertise to identify, manage, and prevent hearing loss
• Provide counselling to patients experiencing hearing loss
• Provide follow up, consultation, and reassessment for patients
• Assess, develop, and monitor treatment programs
• Receive and respond to referrals from IFNA communities requesting individualized
support in a timely and appropriate manner
• Work in a specialized mental health role alongside IFNA Community Leadership and
Front-line Workers as part of an interdisciplinary care team
• Maintain accuracy and confidentiality for client records (HIPAA guidelines compliant)
• Maintain accurate, up-to-date reports to supervisors, funders, and community leadership
• Maintain a role in emergency operations as needed
• On-call emergency operations such as evacuation support and COVID-19 outbreaks
• Working outside regular operating hours as needed
• Other duties as assigned

• Monday to Friday
• Some after hours and weekends when necessary

Ability to Commute
• Travel to IFNA communities via small aircraft and/or vehicle regularly

• Successful candidate must complete a Vulnerable Sector Check and provide proof of
required immunizations (or valid medical exemption) prior to start of work

Closing Date: Open until filled

Salary will be based on a combination of qualifications and experience.

Please forward your resume and cover letter with three references to:

*Only selected candidates will be interviewed for this position.

To apply for this job email your details to

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