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Posted 23rd March 2017

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The Jervis Bay Hearing Centre is located on the NSW South Coast in a beautiful beachside location. Situated conveniently 2.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra, enjoy working in purpose built premises in Vincentia and Ulladulla. The centre was started 14 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.

Our focus is our local community and providing a service which is respectful, caring and fun.  We see ourselves as leaders in the field who work towards continuous improvement and outstanding customer service.  We are currently seeking an experienced audiologist to join our highly dynamic team and are seeking suitable candidates who are looking to relocate to Australia with the support of a 457 Visa Sponsorship under the Australian Immigration regulations.

We need someone who can:

  • Lead 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 Cochlear and BAHA Implants, Tinnitus and Hypercusis Retraining Therapies, Paediatrics, and Hearing Rehabilitation Programs.
  • Maintain high quality services and standards, while striving to meet the business goals.
  • Work in a fully integrated clinic which is supportive of continuing education.
  • Commit to a minimum of 5 years employment.

This position offers a coastal lifestyle in a professional and exciting work environment:

We are seeking an experienced audiologist with a strong clinical background who is a great communicator and problem solver. You will need to be an experienced rehabilitation Audiologist and have experience leading and supervising other clinicians.

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 both hearing centres. This is an opportunity to experience a complete change in lifestyle and work within a supportive and energetic environment.

To find out more about this fabulous opportunity contact the Centre Manager, Veronica Hogan via email manager@jervisbayhearingcentre.com.au and we will arrange an initial interview.


Posted 17th March 2017

rbh.jpgFull/Part time Job title:  Deputy Head & Adult Audiology Services Lead

Locality:                Community Adult Physical Health East (Bracknell)

Grade & Salary: 8B

Hours Per week:              37 ½ Hours (1.00 wte)

We are looking for a highly motivated Principle Clinical Scientist in Audiology to lead our comprehensive Adult diagnostic audio-vestibular service and to be deputy for hearing and balance services. We are a very progressive team offering the full range of diagnostic audio-vestibular and rehabilitation services for both adults and paediatrics in the acute, community, and domiciliary settings.

Job Summary:

  • To oversee the clinical leads in the efficient management and delivery of the Diagnostic Audio-vestibular service. This is to also include the management and co-ordination of some audiological staff and departmental trainees.
  • To autonomously perform a broad range of routine and complex scientific and technical activities particularly related to diagnostic audio-vestibular assessments and management .This will require taking clinical responsibility for the timely preparation of Audiology reports to referrers.
  • Involvement and introduction of change management and innovative practices in Audiology.
  • The post holder will be expected to have a key involvement in departmental Audit and research & development.

The Successful candidate will be a highly motivated Principle Clinical Scientist who enjoys working as part of a friendly team of all audiological disciplines as well as being able to undertake clinical independence. You will have an MSc. in Audiological Science and have successfully attained the CAC, HTS, STP (or equivalent experience).

Current HCPC/RCCP state registration with evidence of CPD in accordance with HCPC/RCCP standards.

The successful candidate will provide evidence of substantial post registration experience leading/deputising in a related clinical area along with good management/supervisory skills. A current driving licence and access to a car will be required.

Please apply via https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/

Who to contact for further details:          

Dr Jagjit Sethi

Hearing and Balance Services,

King Edward VII Hospital,

St. Leonards Road, Windsor,

Berkshire, SL4 3DP

Telephone: 01753 636225 / 0790 9970 994

Email: jagjit.sethi@berkshire.nhs.uk

Closing Date:      14 April 2017

Interview Date:     2 May 2017


Posted 16th March 2017

Product Manager and Audiology Support Co-ordinator

Starkey are looking for a motivated and organised individual to co-ordinate product releases to the U.K marketplace.

Within this exciting role you will have an opportunity to also provide product support services and education to our customers.

You Will

  • Periodically manage the product release process by:
  • Involve key launch team member’s, in the future product release process, and providing forecast requirements to ensure an on time, smooth introduction
  • Test and evaluate software and associated programming equipment.
  • Test new software and new products compatibility prior to release
  • Provide, where required, staff training by completing internal training specific to each Dept., and assessing success of the presentations.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge, and professional licences by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
  • Work alongside the professional services team to design and deliver online training services
  • Ensure for all products released, that the companies price and product list, internal intranet and order forms are continually updated through additions/edits - Create clarity and understanding through strong communication to all staff
  • Use and effectively promote Audiology on demand and other online resources to research and resolve audiological and technical issues to support customers
  • Provide assistance with creation of product and software user guides, and instructions for use for Starkey customers and end users
  • Support all customer facing staff with regular product additions and updates. Sufficient information should be provided to assist in maximising their sales and provide clear communication to Starkey customers
  • Consistently maintain a positive attitude and be an active and supportive team member
  • Be able to understand local regulations to ensure all products produced comply with the requirements.
    • Liaising with the USA to obtain all relevant new product information
    • Coordinating tasks involved with all internal departments, and
    • Communicating product information to all involved.

You should be

  • Efficient, organised and timely at meeting deadlines
  • Have an ability to keep cool under pressure
  • A strong communicator
  • Good at problem solving
  • Able to communicate complex technical ideas in a straightforward way 
  • Computer literate – MS Office necessary; Oracle and SharePoint an advantage
  • Flexible, to consider prioritising tasks according to demand and timescale.
  • Confident when dealing with Customers, or other Starkey personnel 

You Will Need

  • Audiology degree or equivalent qualification enabling registration with RCCP/HCPC/AHCS is not essential but desirable
  • 2-year Clinical Audiology experience desirable
  • Experience in working with hearing aids or a manufacturer

Benefits of employment……….

Salary depending on experience

Starkey operates Group Personal Pension scheme, contributions between 4% - 8%, Starkey will match your contribution

Death In Service benefit, four times annual salary in the event of a claim

20 days’ holiday increasing to maximum of 25 days (plus bank holidays)

Subsidised restaurant

Free onsite car parking

Transforming the hearing care industry

Starkey Hearing Technologies is a recognized world leader in high quality audio technology. We serve our customers by providing a broad range of hearing devices that meet a variety of hearing needs.

Through unsurpassed customer service practices, we strive to bring a human touch to hearing healthcare. Starkey Hearing Technologies' family of companies includes Audibel, Micro-Tech, NuEar, and Starkey.

Starkey Hearing Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minority/Female/Vet/Disabled.

Work location-Starkey Laboratories,Hazel Grove Stockport,SK7 5BX

Contact: Paul Lamb RHAD MSHAA
Technical Director | Starkey Hearing Technologies
William F Austin House
Pepper Rd | Hazel Grove
Stockport | UK | SK7 5BX

Email: paul_lamb@starkey.co.uk
T: 44-161-483 2200 | M: 44-7711151230
F: 44-161-483 9833


Posted 9th March 2017

FACULTY OF HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES

School of Allied Health Sciences

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in AUDIOLOGY

Full Time Permanent

Grade F/G: £32,958 to £46,924per annum

We are seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual required to join our expanding Audiology department. The 2016 Guardian awards recognised the Audiology programme by awarding them runner up in the ‘Teaching Excellence’ category. This is an ideal opportunity to join one of the largest undergraduate audiology programmes in the country.

You will be engaged with teaching on all programmes related to Audiology including the BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology) and the Foundation degree in Hearing Aid Audiology. You will be expected to contribute to the development and delivery of these courses through teaching, research and related professional academic activity. You will be involved in work based assessments and fostering and developing relationships with our placement partners. The applicant would be expected to lead on and develop projects as a Senior Lecturer; this could be in the voluntary or the commercial sector as well as statutory services.

You should be qualified in a relevant audiology discipline at postgraduate level (or be able to demonstrate equivalent experience or nearing completion of a relevant postgraduate qualification). You should have experience in a specialist area of Audiology (preferably diagnostics, but other specialities will be considered) and would be expected to deliver teaching in this area, as well as contribute to research. You should also demonstrate experience of leadership and project development for the Senior Lecturer level.

The school encourages innovative teaching and developing new and novel ways for students to engage with the subject. The department is well equipped with the latest technology to support students and is supportive of links to the various professional bodies, it has global links and provides global experiences for staff and students. If you are seeking a new challenge in your audiology career and interested in education and research this is an excellent opportunity.

For further information please visit our website that has the job description and person specification or for more about the role and the school please contact:

Rakesh Patel (Associate Head of School Allied Health Sciences)

Tel: 0116 250 6503     email:rkpatel@dmu.ac.uk

To apply, please visit www.dmu.ac.uk/jobs

For this vacancy please use the Application form for: Academic posts

Please quote reference: 10566

Closing date: 3 April 2017

Interview date: Provisional w/c 1st May 2017


Posted 18th February 2017

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KINGS CROSS HOSPITAL AND COMMUNITY CARE CENTRE

SPECIALIST SERVICES DIRECTORATE

AUDIOLOGY & BALANCE SERVICE

AUDIOLOGY PRACTITIONER, BAND 5

SALARY SCALE: £22,218 - £28,746 PER ANNUM

 

We are searching for highly motivated and suitably qualified Audiology Practitioners to join our team, the successful applicants will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a commitment to providing a high standard of care.

The role involves participating fully in providing a professional effective Adult Audiology and Balance Service, carrying out all aspects of routine audiological procedures including audiometric testing, hearing aid fittings, rehabilitation for adult hearing aid users & repair appointments. 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.

The successful candidates will be RCCP registered (or in the process of registering), have a BSc, or equivalent qualifications. Please note that candidates may need to travel throughout Tayside.

Informal enquiries to: Samantha Batty, Head of Service on 01382 660111 ext 71065 or email Samantha.Batty@nhs.net

Hours of work are: 37.5 hours per week compressed over 4 longer days.

Please download the full application pack from http://bit.ly/2ep3FVt or click on the following link

NHS Tayside Health Science Services Jobs

Please quote reference number - D/JM/139A/16

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms – Friday 3rd March 2017.

Interviews are scheduled for: Wednesday 22nd March 2017.


Posted 18th February 2017

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KINGS CROSS HOSPITAL AND COMMUNITY CARE CENTRE

                SPECIALIST SERVICES DIRECTORATE

AUDIOLOGY & BALANCE SERVICE

KINGS CROSS HOSPITAL AND COMMUNITY CARE CENTRE

 AUDIOLOGY PRACTITIONER, BAND 5 FIXED TERM POST/SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERNAL APPLICANTS COVERING MATERNITY LEAVE FOR 8 MONTHS

SALARY SCALE: £22,218 - £28,746 PER ANNUM

 

We are searching for highly motivated and suitably qualified Audiology Practitioners to join our team, the successful applicants will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a commitment to providing a high standard of care.

The role involves participating fully in providing a professional effective Adult Audiology and Balance Service, carrying out all aspects of routine audiological procedures including audiometric testing, hearing aid fittings, rehabilitation for adult hearing aid users & repair appointments. 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.

The successful candidates will be RCCP registered (or in the process of registering), have a BSc, or equivalent qualifications. Please note that candidates may need to travel throughout Tayside.

Informal enquiries to: Samantha Batty, Head of Service on 01382 660111 ext 71065 or email Samantha.Batty@nhs.net

Hours of work are: 37.5 hours per week compressed over 4 longer days.

Written approval must be sought from your line manager prior to applying for this secondment. You will be required to bring this if shortlisted for interview. 

Please download the full application pack from http://bit.ly/2ep3FVt or click on the following link

NHS Tayside Health Science Services Jobs

Please quote reference number - D/JM/139A/16

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms – Friday 3rd March 2017

Interviews are scheduled for: Wednesday 22nd March 2017.


Posted 16th February 2017

THE HARLEY STREET ENT CLINIC

The Harley Street ENT Clinic is seeking a full time audiologist at least 3 years’ experience in the NHS or private sectors.

Job requirements

  • To provide a consistently high standard of care in an outpatient setting based on sound experience, theory, principles and practice within an audiological context.
  • To liaise with other audiologists, medical and administrative staff in order to facilitate a comprehensive service for individual service users.
  • To maintain accurate records (requires computer skills).
  • To coordinate patient care with both consultants and patients.
  • To carry out a comprehensive range of diagnostic hearing tests including:
    • Pure tone audiometry
    • Speech audiometry
    • Middle ear function tests
    • Otoacoustic emissions 
  • Hearing aid dispensing (HPC registered)
  • Ear protection services including swim plugs and shooting plugs 

In addition the following skills would be desirable:

  •  Experience to carry out vestibular tests including:
    • VNG, Calorics and Posturography

You will be working in a small friendly team and will be expected to continually develop standards which ensure a safe and effective service to patients; excellent communication skills are therefore essential.

Salary negotiable according to experience. Please send your CV and a covering letter in the first instance to cv@harleystreetent.com. 


Posted 10th February 2017

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JOB OPPORTUNITY AT PINDROP HEARING

FULL TIME CLINICAL AUDIOLOGIST & HEARING AID DISPENSER

BASED IN NORTH LONDON AND HARLEY STREET

COMPETITIVE SALARY PLUS BONUS

Start available from March 2017

Do you have what it takes to work at one of London’s leading private audiology clinics?

Would you like to work to the highest possible clinical standards, fitting the very latest hearing aids from a full range of manufacturers, including LYRIC extended wear hearing aids?

An exciting opportunity has come up at Pindrop Hearing for a highly motivated and fully qualified clinical audiologist and registered hearing aid dispenser.

BACKGROUND

Pindrop Hearing is a leading independent audiology clinic, with two full time hearing clinics in Harley Street and in Winchmore Hill, North London and providing Audiological services in a number of Private Hospitals. We require a full time clinical audiologist to work in Winchmore Hill, Harley Street and other private hospital locations. The successful candidate will have a varied role, including:

  • Routine Diagnostic work for ENT clinics (adult and paediatric)
  • Diagnostic vestibular testing (depending on experience)
  • Adult audiological assessment and rehabilitation. Dispensing Private hearing aids, using a range of different manufacturers (training will be given where necessary). Working to the highest clinical and ethical standards using Real Ear Measurements and Aided speech discrimination tests to verify and validate each fitting.
  • Assessment and fitting of LYRIC extended wear hearing aids (training will be given)
  • Micro-suction ear wax removal
  • Providing exceptional levels of follow up and aftercare.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Either BSc or MSc in Audiology
  • CCC, CAC or equivalent competency
  • Registration as a Hearing aid dispenser with the HCPC
  • Experience in Hearing aid sales and commercial awareness
  • Excellent communication skills, enthusiasm, initiative and a willingness to learn.
  • A commitment to excellent clinical standards and a patient centred focus.

If you are interested please send your CV and covering letter to rony@pindrophearing.co.uk

www.pindrophearing.co.uk

 

 


Posted 1st February 2017

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Millennium Court | 60 Queen Street | Normanton | WF6 2BU | 01924 898 784

 Job Advert

Rehabilitative Audiologist

Novus Health Ltd 

JOB TITLE:   Rehabilitative Audiologist - Direct Access Adult Hearing Loss Service

LOCATION: GP Practices in all AQP Contracted Regions as Required

HOURS:       Full time, Compressed Hours (4 day week)

PAY:             £28,562 + Generous bonus scheme and pension

LEAVE:        28 days + 8 Statutory days

 

 

Novus Health Ltd is a busy and growing community Audiology service based in Wakefield and North Kirklees. We deliver care close to home from 25 different centres across the two regions for an adult population. We use the latest assessment and fitting suites with REM/VSM to ensure high quality outcomes for our patients and offer a generous performance bonus to our Audiologists to reflect the high degree of skill and autonomy this role requires.

 

We are currently developing community ENT pathways to include wax management, tinnitus rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation and complex care.

 

Candidates must either be a RHAD, have a BSc or Associates degree in Audiology or equivalent qualifications and the relevant experience. They should be registered or in the process of registering with RCCP or HCPC, be eligible to work in the UK and have a full driver’s licence.

 

Closing date: Friday February 26th 2017

Please contact Tim Husband Head of Service for Audiology for further details and application form.

 

e.tim.husband@novushealth.co.uk

t. 01924 898784

m. 07808 766590

 


 

Posted 20th January 2017

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Hearing Care Professional Services & Training Manager

 

At Scrivens Opticians & Hearing Care we strive to put our customers at the heart of everything we do. We achieve this with the help of professional and expert staff who truly listen to customers and consequently deliver a bespoke service meeting their specific needs.

 

Everyone at Scrivens understands the need to build and maintain excellent working relationships with every member of their team. Why? Because at Scrivens we don’t just treat our customers like family, we treat our colleagues like family too.

 

We are currently looking for an Audiologist or HCPC Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser to join our Professional Services and Training team to plan, develop and manage training programmes for all of our hearing care professionals.

 

Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Identifying and fulfilling the training requirements for our Hearing Aid Dispensers and Hearing Care Assistants
  • Developing and managing training programmes for peer reviews and continuous professional development
  • Monitoring and managing results and, where necessary, implementing improvement plans
  • Reviewing and challenging current methods and suggesting and implementing alternatives

 

Skills/Experience

  • Experienced and skilled to high professional standards
  • A great motivator/mentor/coach
  • Good written and communication skills
  • Prior experience of clinical audits would be an advantage
  • Capable of representing Scrivens at a professional level in the broad field of audiology

 

To apply, please email your CV with a covering letter to careers@scrivens.com, quoting reference HCPRO.

 

Closing date for applications: 28th February 2017


Posted 19th January 2017

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International Clinical Trainer: Job advert

 

The Interacoustics Academy is the branch of Interacoustics which is solely dedicated to providing training and access to materials related to audiological and vestibular technologies and their applications. We are looking for a new member to join our small team of trainers as an International Clinical Trainer.

 

The role is exciting yet demanding and will require the successful participant to enjoy 100 travel days per year across the globe. These travel days will be focused around providing internal training to local Interacoustics staff, speaking at scientific conferences / master classes as well as developing relationships with key opinion leaders and audiological stakeholders. 

 

The role of international clinical trainer has a dual purpose and half of your time will be spent on the development of training material and educational technologies to support our dedicated audiological online learning environment. This is an essential part of the role and therefore a passion for creating educational materials is required. We are currently focusing on the development of e-learning, webinars as well quick guide videos and other media.

 

We are looking for a dynamic individual who has had a diverse audiological background with at least 5 years of clinical experience including a sound awareness of vestibular assessment. Speaking in front of large audiences is key for the role so any experience in this area or a willingness to embrace such situations is essential. The ability to speak a second language would also be well received.  In addition to this a sound and creative understanding of IT and learning technologies is required. It is important that you are a social person who enjoys meeting new people, has an ability to build sound working relationships and is dedicated to ensuring you are at forefront of developments in diagnostic audiology. 

 

If you feel you have such a skill set then we would love to hear from you. Please send your CV and covering letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for the role to Leigh Martin  lema@interacoustics.com.  

 

Application Deadline: 1st March 2017 


Posted 19th January 2017

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Audiologist

Band 5

Part-time, 30 hours per week, fixed-term contract

Winchester, Hampshire

 

An opportunity has arisen for a part-time fixed-term contract, with appointment as a staff Audiologist within Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, based at The Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester and other sites at times.

The successful applicant will be an integral part of the Audiology team. The role will be working in the adult hearing aid service and supporting ENT clinics. The role will involve working independently carrying out direct referral and AQP hearing assessment and hearing aid fittings for routine cases. We run walk-in hearing aid repairs clinics and you would be working alongside trained Volunteer Hearing Aid support workers. You will also be supporting our busy ENT service with hearing testing of adults and children.

You will be working in a recently built Audiology department in Winchester with some regular work in outside clinics. We have a high-quality working environment with state of the art equipment; GN Otometrics Aurical hardware, Otosuite software and AuditBase patient management system. Although desirable, experience with this equipment is not essential as training can be provided.

Applicants must have attained a BSc in Audiology (traditional or PTP) or equivalent qualification or better, and have some previous experience of performing routine Hearing Aid work. The post would suit a new graduate or someone wishing to expand their experience in Adult Hearing Aid work. There may also be the opportunity to assist in Paediatric Hearing clinics working in a small, busy and friendly team.

 

Please apply using the following link:

http://jobs.hampshirehospitals.nhs.uk/job/v625225

 

Closing date: 31 January 2017.


Posted 4th January 2017

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2017 – the year to join Boots Hearingcare

 

We have fantastic career opportunities working in some of our top hearing centres across the UK.

 

Our Audiologists are experts at delivering personalised, professional care to our customers. If you have expert clinical and professional skills gained from either the NHS or with other providers, we can offer you opportunities to work alongside some of the best colleagues in healthcare, to make a difference to the lives of others.

 

Want a new rewarding challenge in 2017? Please get in touch with Matt Robins, Talent Acquisition Partner for Boots Hearingcare – matthew.robins@bootshearingcare.co.uk or call, on 07920 750 330.

 

We’re actively seeking Audiologists in London, Kent, North Essex, South Essex and Norfolk. If you are based in any of these locations, or even slightly further afield – we’d love to hear from you.

The Boots Hearingcare recruitment team

P.S Why not build your own network on Linkedin and follow Boots Hearingcare for our latest news and opportunities?

 


Posted 4th January 2017

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Phonak Regional Sales Manager South West

Due to the continued success and growth of Sonova UK an opportunity has arisen within our sales team for a Phonak Regional Sales Manager. Based in the South West you will be responsible for sales and support of the product portfolio to clients within your defined geographical territory.     

 You will be empowered to develop sales in line with business objectives, by identifying new customers and ensuring existing relationships are strengthened. You will support the introduction of new innovative technology and increase brand awareness by performing product training and technical support.

If you are a dynamic, ready to challenge yourself and would like the opportunity to work in a successful sales environment then please apply directly to our Human Resources Manager at pam.evans@sonova.com attaching a copy of your CV.

The Role:

  • Manage a geographical territory
  • Achieve agreed sales targets
  • Provide product training and education
  • Introduce new innovative products to the market

The Person:

  • Degree or MSc in audiology
  • Commercial experience preferable
  • Field-based experience preferable
  • Excellent people skills
  • Enthusiasm, integrity and determination

Posted 4th January 2017

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A rewarding career to be proud of.  

 

 

Amplifon are looking for dedicated Audiologists to join their exciting and pioneering industry across a number of different locations.  

As the leading hearing care specialist in the world, it is their mission to improve the lives of people with hearing difficulties and make sure everyone is empowered to seek help earlier.

In return, you will be given a competitive package with industry leading training, focussed towards you and your skill set encompassing a 3 week induction, 1-1 support, coaching sessions, webinars and additional training interventions.

 

There are currently exciting opportunities in Ipswich, Preston, Peterborough, Bramley and Isle of Wight, however Amplifon always welcome the opportunity to speak to Audiologists from all over the country.

 

To find out about our latest openings, visit our website and see how you can help people rediscover the joys of listening.

To discuss these exciting opportunities in more detail, please call April Stevens, Talent Resourcing Advisor on 0161 209 7266 or email your CV to april.stevens@amplifon.com.

 

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www.careers.amplifon.com/uk

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Posted 16th November 2016

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150 Harley Street

London

W1G 7LQ

 

AUDIOLOGIST

 

Exciting job opportunity within an expanding and vibrant Harley Street practice

 

London Hearing is a prestigious, independent hearing aid practice situated in Harley Street.  We share our practice with leading and well renowned ENT surgeons.

 

Due to recent expansion, we are looking to recruit a full time Audiologist and strengthen our team.

We are a dynamic centre at the forefront of the finest hearing aid technology.  We see patients who expect the best and therefore our after-care service has to be second to none.

We are looking for an Audiologist who is motivated, understands the importance of customer service within an independent framework and is an enthusiastic team player.

The suitable candidate will be responsible initially for conducting hearing assessments on patients during in-house ENT clinics.  Over time, this role will develop into a dispensing role as you begin to receive referrals and develop relationships with clients. 

The role will suit somebody who has an empathetic approach to dealing with hearing issues, an interest in dispensing, but who also wants to utilise their diagnostic skills and learn from top ENT specialists who see a wide variety of interesting cases.

To be successful for this role, HCPC registration is essential and all applicants must be BSc / MSc qualified.

Newly qualified Audiologists will be considered. 

Salary will be based on experience.

For more information please call 020 3075 3190 or email d.savvas@150harleyst.com 

If you wish to be considered, please send your CV to

Dee Savvas

Practice Manager

London Hearing

150 Harley Street

London  W1G 7LQ


 

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