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Speech Pathology and Audiology Series: GS-0665

This series covers positions involving professional work in the study and/or treatment of human communications disorders, as reflected in impaired hearing, voice, language, or speech. The work requires professional knowledge of the nature of these disorders, their causes, and methods of therapeutic treatment. The work involves any one or a combination of the following functions: (1) providing direct clinical services in the evaluation and resolution of communications disorders; (2) providing graduate level training in communications disorders; (3) planning and administering a comprehensive program for evaluating and treating communications disorders; and (4) planning, administering, and performing laboratory and clinical research in communications disorders.

Potential Salary
GS-2 (High School Diploma): $19,721 – $24,815
GS-3 (1 Year Full-Time Study Post-High School): $21,517 – $27,979
GS-4 (Associate Degree or 2 Years of Full-Time Study Post-High School): $24,156 – $31,401
GS-5 (Bachelor’s Degree or 4 Years of Full-Time Study Post-High School): $27,026 – $35,135
GS-7 (Bachelor’s Degree + 1 Year Full-Time Graduate Study): $33,477 – $43,521
GS-9 (Master’s Degree or 2 Years Full-Time Graduate Study or Law Degree): $40,949 – $53,234
GS-11 (Ph.D. or Equivalent Doctorate or Advanced Law Degree): $49,544 – $64,403

Job Search
GS-0665 Speech Pathology and Audiology Series jobs are available now! Use series code 0665 to search for government speech pathologist and audiologist jobs on GovCentral’s job board.

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