Audiologists are often medical doctors specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing and speech problems.  Recognizing that hearing is fundamental in the learning potential of a child, educational audiologists who have a passion in handling young children specialize in diagnosing and testing kids with hearing problems that’s interfering with their education and may refer them to sign language experts, teach visuals signals and implant hearing aids.

Educational Audiologist Resume Template

Dr. Marissa C. St. Saens, AuD

Inglewood, LA, California

Phone: 0818-446-1145


To be an educational audiologist in a community health center or school

Summary of Qualifications

  • 18 years of experience with the last 5 years specializing in educational audiology while

Career Experience / Job History

2005 – Present:  Education Audiologist,  University Medical Center

  • Determine the degree, type and location of hearing problems in children
  • Plan, develop and implement rehabilitation programs for children, including auditory training, hearing aid implantation, sign language and counseling
  • Confer with EENT physicians in the physiological treatment of hearing dysfunction cases in children

2000 – 2005:  Education Audiologist, University Medical Center

  • 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

1992 – 2000:  Faculty of Psychology, UCLA

  • Conduct psychology classes as electives to medical students and those in the undergraduate course.


2001: obtained Certificate of Clinical Competence I Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

1998: passed certification from the American Board of Audiology

1996 – 1998:  Doctorate in Audiology (AuD), UCLA

1992 – 1995:  MS in Audiology, UCLA

1988 – 1992:  BS in Psychology, Stanford University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.