Home » Careers » Recruitment



This page lists opportunities for jobs in both the public and private sector.
To post all vacancies please contact the BAA Office by email.

Vacancies can also be posted in the new members newsletter BAA HORIZONS archives of which are found here.

Current Vacancies:

Posted 17th August 2017


The Ear Wax Removal Clinic is looking for audiologists to join our expanding team.  The Ear Wax Removal Clinic provides private microsuction ear wax removal to adults and children in locations across the South East of England.

About You

Aspires to giving a good patient experience

Wishes to expand knowledge and develop

Friendly, warm and confident

Work within a small friendly team

About Us

Private Clinic also providing GP Services

CQC Regulated

Small and friendly team

We care about those working for us

Think outside the box philosophy

Flexible working to suit and family friendly

Salary:  £25 - £30 per hour (dependant on experience)

Hours:  10 – 30 per week (dependant on your availability)

Please send your cv to enquiries@earwaxremovalclinic.co.uk 


Posted 17th August 2017


The Jervis Bay Hearing Centre is located on the NSW South Coast, 2.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra, operating from purpose built premises in Vincentia and Ulladulla. The centre was started 15 years ago by Alison Chiam, the current Practice Principal and Audiologist. The Jervis Bay Hearing Centre is a highly regarded practice that is focused on integrating hearing solutions with human dynamics and wellness. 

Senior Audiologist

If you are an experienced Audiologist looking a long term position in a stunning beachside location with a supportive and experienced team then we have a great opportunity for you. Due to the growth and success of our hearing centres we are seeking a motivated person to take a leadership role within our clinical services as Senior Audiologist. 

Would you like to:

• Be a part of a team of highly skilled clinicians who value quality and service in a supportive environment with great staff, systems and processes? 

• Deliver services which include Paediatrics, Cochlear and BAHA Implants, Tinnitus and Hypercusis Retraining Therapies and Hearing Rehabilitation Programs? 

• Maintain high quality services and standards, with no sales targets or commissions, in a highly desirable beachside location? 

• Work in a fully integrated clinic, purpose built facilities with support for continuing education?

This position offers both lifestyle and professional challenge.

We are seeking an experienced audiologist with a strong clinical background who is a great communicator and problem solver.  As an experienced rehabilitation Audiologist you will also be a member of   Audiology Australia with a current Clinical Certificate. Our ideal candidate will have a commitment to becoming a crucial member of the team with a long term vision to support the future growth of the hearing centres.  

Register your interest in confidence by submitting your application to alison@jervisbayhearingcentre.com.au Looking forward to hearing from you. 

Please submit your resume to alison@jervisbayhearingcentre.com.au.

See you in Australia!



Alison Chiam
Practice Principal
Jervis Bay Hearing Centre

Phone: 02 4441 8886
Email: manager@jervisbayhearingcentre.com.au
6 St George Avenue,

Vincentia NSW 2540 Australia


Posted 17th August 2017



Posted 17th August 2017


Island of Jersey. Opportunity to specialise. Career progression. 

This is an exciting opportunity to come and work in Audiology on the beautiful island of Jersey. 

Do you have a BSc (or equivalent) or MSc in Audiology?

Do you love working with people and love Audiology?

Do you want to train further and specialise?

Although this is initially being advertised as a four-year contract to Aug 2021 and a Civil Service Grade 7 £30,837 - £34,719 this post can adapt and there are huge opportunities for significant career progression within the four years. We anticipate that the post will be a long-term role, likely to be made permanent. 

Closing date for Applications: 5pm on 23rd August 2017.

For further information regarding this post and to apply online, please visit www.gov.je Click on ‘jobs’ and please see the Health & Social Care section or search for ‘Audiologist’.

The direct link is https://www.gov.je/Working/JobCareerAdvice/Pages/details.aspx?nPostingId=5220&nPostingTargetId=11198)


Posted 24th July 2017


The Hearing Clinic is looking for an audiologist to join the team.

The Hearing Clinic provides private audiological (diagnostic and aural rehab) services to adults and children in Herfordshire.

We are looking for:

An audiologist who is registered with the HCPC as a HAD

  • who deeply cares about making a difference.
  • who can quickly establish trusting connections with clients and their families, working from a basis of respect, curiosity and a genuine desire to help.
  • who truly aspires to giving clients a perfect clinical journey from initial assessment, technology selection and fitting through aural rehab.
  • who can confidently craft and is fully committed to delivering exceptional bespoke technology selection/aural rehab packages.
  • who can guide a client through aural rehab in an efficient and effective manner working towards exceeding the client’s expectations and achieving the best outcomes possible.
  • who is friendly, warm, calm and confident.
  • who likes details.
  • who is knowledgeable, forward thinking, creative and contributes to the bigger picture.
  • An audiologist who likes to succeed, grow and develop.

Location: Radlett and sometimes Hitchin

Salary: £32500 - £37500 pro rata + commission depending on experience

Hours: 25-30 p/w, 1 Saturday per month

Holiday: 20 days and 8 Bank Holidays pro rata

CPD: 1 suitable conference per year fully paid

Pension: Yes

Probation: 3 months

Please send cv to hello@thehearingclinic.co.uk

Deadline: 31 August 2017

Posted 20th July 2017


Job Advert for Hearing Aid Dispenser:

Mary Hare is a special school for deaf children. Because of the low incidence of profound deafness, our students come from all over the UK and further afield, so we have a boarding provision, which is set in beautiful grounds next to Snelsmore Common, a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.  The organisation has businesses which help support the school, one ofwhich is the Hearing Centre in Newbury Town centre.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Hearing Aid Dispenser to join the organisation.  We are looking for someone to drive the management and development of all aspects of this business. In particular, leading the audiology team, conducting daily clinics with clients and developing a comprehensive business plan to deliver profits for the organisation.

This is very much a hands-on role and attention to detail and a comprehensive awareness of what is happening on a daily basis are essential.  You will need to administer hearing tests, assess patient needs and advise them of options available and provide the aftercare service, delivering a positive customer experience.  You should be a team player, professional, smart and friendly.

Salary;  Highly competitive package commensurate with experience

Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am -5pm

Holidays:  21 days per year plus bank holidays

Please visit our website www.maryhare.org.uk/jobs for a full job description and application form.  Closing date for applications is Friday 18th August 2017, interviews expected to be 23rd/24th August. For further information please contact s.donohoe@maryhare.org.uk

Posted 25th June 2017


Research Associate in Hearing Science

Employment Type: Fixed Term

Duration: 1 October 2017 until 30 September 2019

Faculty / Organisational Unit: Biology, Medicine & Health

School/Directorate: School of Health Sciences

Division: Human Communication, Development & Hearing

Hours Per week: Full time

Salary: £31,076 to £38,183 per annum according to relevant experience

Location: Oxford Road, Manchester

Job Reference: BM&H-10270

Applications are invited for the position of full time Research Associate. You will work on a research project directed towards development of a national hearing screen for adults. This will include but not be limited to identification of a suitable population to screen, methods of screening and implementation, and examination of suitable follow-up (e.g. hearing devices, behaviour change, regular check-ups). The study is funded as part of the Hearing Health Theme of the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre (BRC).

This post will provide an exciting and flexible opportunity for a candidate with a PhD or other advanced degree in hearing science or a related discipline (e.g. psychology, neuroscience, medicine, physical, computer or data science) to address a research question of applied and urgent importance. A specific aim is to develop enough preliminary and published material to apply successfully for further and longer-term funding within two years.

The School is strongly committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for gender equality in higher education. The School holds a Silver Award which recognises their good practice in relation to gender; including flexible working arrangements, family-friendly policies, and support to allow staff achieve a good work-life balance. We particularly welcome applications from women for this post. Appointment will always be made on merit. For further information, please visit:


Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.

Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:

Name: Professor David Moore

Email: david.moore-6@manchester.ac.uk

General enquiries:

Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk

Tel: 0161 275 4499

Technical support:

Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk

Tel: 01565 818 234

To apply please visit https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=13607

Closing date: 21 July 2017

This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.

Posted 22nd June 2017


South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust invites applications for the following vacancy

Hospital Services Directorate:

Audiologist Band 5

(Full time permanent post)

Band 5 (£21,693 - £28,180) per annum

Location: Trust wide initially based at Ulster Hospital, Dundonald

Applications for the above post must be received by no later than

4 pm on 10 July 2017

For further information regarding this post and to apply online, please visit the website www.hscrecruit.com

A Waiting List will be compiled for other part-time/full-time, permanent/temporary posts that arise throughout the Trust over a 12 month period

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer

Posted 11th June 2017


 Are you a Clinical Audiologist or Clinical Scientist (Audiology) looking for an exciting opportunity in private practice?

Want the opportunity to earn between £25,000 - 35,000+ per year?

We have an opportunity for a suitable candidate to work in our high quality, patient-centred private audiology service, working at a range of locations across the Midlands, Shropshire and into the North West of England.

We offer a range of services including audio-vestibular assessment and rehabilitation, tinnitus counselling and retraining, medico-legal hearing assessment and private hearing aid services

Applicants should have BSc Audiology & Certificate of Clinical Competence (or equivalent) or MSc Audiology & Certificate of Audiological Competence (or equivalent).  Applicants should be registered [or working towards registration] with either RCCP or HCPC.  Applicants with dual HCPC (Hearing Aid Audiologist) registration should identify this clearly in their application.

In the first instance, please apply with a CV, covering letter and personal statement outlining your qualifications, your experience to date and a description of what you feel you can bring to our service.  Please state whether you would be interested in a part-time or full-time position. Your CV should include 2 referees [one of which should be your current employer/supervisor], who may be contacted should you be invited to interview.

Salary will be dependent on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidates.

Please apply to:                Philip & Marianne Holt

                                         Consultant Clinical Scientists (Audiology)

                                         Holt Hearing and Balance Services Ltd

                                         Basford Consulting Rooms

                                         540 Etruria Road


                                         Staffordshire, ST5 0SX

Tel:                                   01270 211009

Email:                               aimee@holthearingandbalance.co.uk

Website:                           www.holthearingandbalance.co.uk

Closing date:                    Monday 26th June 2017   

Interviews:                       To be held week commencing 3rd July 2017

Posted 8th June 2017





 SALARY SCALE: £20,302 - £22,910 PER ANNUM

We are searching for an Associate Audiology Practitioner (Band 4) to join our dedicated team. NHS Tayside Audiology & Balance Service is a forward thinking and evolving service and this is the opportunity for a suitably qualified audiologist to join the team. You should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a commitment to providing a high standard of care.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake basic rehabilitation, diagnostic assessments and hearing aid fitting for adults across NHS Tayside.

You must have or be working towards the appropriate qualifications for the band you are applying for (Diploma in Hearing Aid Audiology for Band 4) to be considered for this post RCCP registration preferred is expected upon qualification where appropriate.

The department consists of a team of 23 audiologists with AAP and admin support based in a purpose built unit in Dundee. We also provide services at Perth Royal Infirmary and Stracathro Hospital. We provide all elements of audiological and vestibular assessments and rehabilitation for both adults and paediatrics and encourage our team to develop skills in specialist areas. We are a registered BAA training centre and work to the Scottish Quality Standards.

Hours of work are: 37.5 hours per week worked over 4 days

As this post will require travelling to outreach clinics and home visits ability to travel across NHS Tayside.

Hours of work are: 37.5 per week

Please download the full application pack from http://bit.ly/2ep3FVtor click on the following link

NHS Tayside Health Science Services Jobs

Please quote reference number – D/JM/60/17

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms – Friday 16th June 2017

Interviews scheduled for Thursday 6th July 2017