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Current Vacancies:


Full-time Senior Audiologist: Jervis Bay Hearing Centre, Australia
Location: Vincentia and Ulladulla, Jervis Bay, NSW Australia.
Visa 482 and 187 with an option for Permanent Residency (4 years).
The Jervis Bay Hearing Centre is a highly regarded Independent Audiology practice focussed on integrating hearing solutions with human dynamics and wellness. We are dedicated to providing excellence in patient care and service. We pride ourselves on being a great place to work, surrounded by a collaborative team committed to our patient experience. Due to continued growth and the success of our hearing centres, we are seeking a motivated experienced Audiologist to take the role of Senior Audiologist.
Join our skilled team to provide Hearing Rehabilitation programs for patients funded by Private, Public and Insurance programs. We provide access to the full range of hearing instrumentation, Cochlear and Bone Anchored Hearing Aid implants, Tinnitus and Hypercusis retraining therapies and Paediatrics (+3 yo). Experience in Vestibular Audiology is an advantage. Professional development is supported. You will be eligible to become a full member of Audiology Australia including Clinical Certification and to hold an Office of Hearing Services Qualified Practitioner number.
With at least 5 years of clinical experience in Rehabilitative Audiology, you will demonstrate excellent communication and relationship building skills. You enjoy working independently and have a patient centred community focus and enjoy high patient satisfaction. You enjoy lifestyle and working as part of a small committed team in a vibrant regional growth area.

We are prepared to sponsor the right international candidate (and family) for Australian immigration (482 visa leading to an option for permanent residency).
Jervis Bay is a stunning beachside location surrounded by national parks and beaches with the whitest sand in the country. Located on the South Coast of NSW we are 2.5 hours drive from Sydney and Canberra.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to send a resume and cover letter, in confidence to:
Alison Chiam, Principal, Jervis Bay Hearing Centre; alison@jervisbayhearingcentre.com.au


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Regional Sales Manager (South East)

Position Overview:

The role of Regional Sales Manager is to  build Otometrics UK market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating and closing business relationships in defined areas of strategic focus, namely Hearing and Balance capital equipment, service & consumables within the Public and Private Sectors.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • To develop, define and execute a comprehensive business plan related to Hearing and Balance within the strategic focus areas. 
  • To identify and develop relationships with key opinion leaders / decision-makers within the hearing and balance community.
  • To identify new sales opportunities and develop existing accounts
  • To drive new business within a specified region measured against annual target
  • Effectively manages key customer relationships and performs the role of Account Manager in all key customer segments.
  • Assesses potential business deals by developing market strategies, deal requirements, potential, and financials; evaluating options; resolving internal priorities; recommending company approach in each area
  • Locates potential business deals by contacting potential partners; discovering and exploring opportunities related to hearing and balance.
  • Provides feedback to the company on competitor activity and market trends.
  • Works with Senior Management team to achieve company targets and strategy at a local and regional level
  • Manages contract and tender-based sales opportunities across regions
  • Creates marketing plan and organise attendance at regional marketing events including exhibitions and roadshows
  • Any other activities required to assist in the smooth successful functioning of the team.

 Support Activities:

  • Attends exhibitions, training seminars, internal meetings where required
  • Trains and educates customers on Otometrics products and services where required
  • Reports and leads resolution on technical or commercial issues.
  • Commits to develop and educate to improve self-learning and knowledge to improve performance with the support of the company
  • To take on specialist areas of knowledge and responsibility where directed by line manager
  • Completes internal and external administration to an agreed and consistent high standard and in a timely manner as directed by company policy and line management.
  • Domestic and overseas travel, overnight stays and occasional weekend work are required as directed by the need of the business and line management.

Core Skills and Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor degree is preferable however is not a prerequisite as the at least 4 years’ experience in relevant position inside the medical devices' industry is the most important.
  • Closing Skills, Motivation for Sales, Prospecting Skills, Sales Planning, Selling to Customer Needs, Territory Management, Market Knowledge, Presentation Skills, Energy Level, Meeting Sales Goals, Professionalism.

 Closing dates: 30th April

To Apply: https://natus.com/careers 

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Clinical Sales Specialist 

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • The role of Clinical Sales Specialist is to build Otometrics UK & Ireland market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating, and closing business relationships in defined areas of strategic focus, namely Hearing and Balance capital equipment, service & consumables within the Public and Private sectors. 
  • To develop, define and execute a comprehensive business plan related to Hearing and Balance within the strategic focus areas.
  • To identify and develop relationships with key opinion leaders / decision-makers within the hearing and balance community.
  • To support and identify new sales opportunities and develop existing accounts.
  • Drive new business within a specified region measured against annual target.
  • Effectively manage key customer relationships and perform the role of Account Manager in all key customer segments.
  • Assess potential business deals by developing market strategies, deal requirements, potential, and financials; evaluating options; resolving internal priorities; recommending company approach in each area.
  • Locates potential business deals by contacting potential partners; discovering and exploring opportunities related to hearing and balance.
  • Provide feedback to the company on competitor activity and market trends.          
  • Work with Senior Management team to achieve company targets and strategy at a local and regional level
  • Support contract and tender-based sales opportunities across regions.
  • Create marketing plan and organise attendance at regional marketing events including exhibitions and roadshows.
  • Any other activities required to assist in the smooth successful functioning of the team.
  • Attend exhibitions, training seminars, internal meetings where required.
  • Provide clinical training and educate customers on Otometrics products and services.
  • Report and lead resolution on technical or commercial issues.
  • Commit to develop and educate to improve self-learning and knowledge to improve performance with the support of the company.
  • To take on specialist areas of knowledge and responsibility where directed by line manager.
  • Complete internal and external administration to an agreed and consistent high standard and in a timely manner as directed by company policy and line management.
  • Domestic and overseas travel, overnight stays and occasional weekend work are required as directed by the need of the business and line management.

 Qualifications and skills required:

  • Candidates should be BSA Registered Audiologists.
  • Candidates should hold a graduate level qualification, and UK registration or eligibility for registration with a professional body.  Whilst not essential, previous clinical experience with complex, vestibular or paediatric patients would be an advantage. 
  • Previous experience working as a sales manager ideally for a similar organisation. 
  • Strong commercial outlook and an entrepreneurial approach to business development.
  • Formal sales training would be an advantage but not essential.
  • Proven track record of achieving sales growth and delivery of results to business plans.
  • LEVEL 6 Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year College or university; or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Clinical experience public and private preferred.

Closing dates: 30th April

To Apply: https://natus.com/careers

Senior Specialist Audiological Scientist

Main area:  Audiology

Grade:         Band 7

Contract:    12 month fixed term

Hours:         30 Hours per week

Job ref:        196-LIS4501

Employer:    Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Site:               St Thomas

Salary:         £39,866 - £49,704 (Pro Rata) p.a. inclusive of HCA

Join us and become part of the most engaged workforce of any NHS trust in England, according to the latest national NHS Staff Survey results – for the second year running.

You will be joining a dynamic and forward-looking organisation in the heart of the capital where you can develop your career and broaden your horizons.

We think you will enjoy working for us but you don’t have to take our word for it – 79% of staff who took part in the latest national NHS Staff Survey would recommend Guy’s and St Thomas’ as a place to work.


 We are looking for an experienced Audiological Scientist to join the Adult Hearing Implant Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust for a fixed term 4 day/week 12 month post. The Hearing Implant Centre is based at the St Thomas’ Hospital site, situated across the river Thames from the Houses of Parliament. 

The successful candidate will be involved in assessment, activation and provision of on-going support to patients referred to the Hearing Implant Centre for Cochlear Implants, Middle Ear Implants and Bone Conduction Implants. Extensive experience within the field of implantable devices is essential.

The successful candidate will be involved in clinical research and audits, and the ideal candidate should have some research experience.

As our service grows, we are constantly seeking to improve and streamline our service. Some experience in service development and computerised data management would be an advantage.

For further Details: Louise.Lister@gstt.nhs.uk or Sandra.Driver@gstt.nhs.uk

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 16th April 2019

Interview Date: W/C 26th April 2019

Please Apply via the link below




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Are you're a skilled Audiologist who's seeking a new career challenge or a change of pace in your day-to-day life? Here at the Southern District Health Board we have everything you need and more on offer, all you have to do is come on over!
We are looking for a NZAS Audiologist, preferably with an interest and background in paediatrics, to join our well established Audiology team based at Southland Hospital. Your expert contribution will ensure the team has the capacity to further develop the model of family-centred care that is central to the service.
About the role
You'll be working as an autonomous independent practitioner at Southland Hospital, but with quick access to doctors and other medical staff in the adjacent ENT department. Those include several of New Zealand's finest Audiologists, so you'll be exposed to high levels of expertise in a range of different areas at this modern hospital, not to mention a tight-knit support system. Moreover, Southland Hospital has modern facilities and a full range of equipment. You'll follow patient care through from start to finish, so it's an ideal environment to develop and grow your professional skills.
You will be presented Interesting and challenging work with the opportunity to forge strong relationships within Southland Hospital and the wider community. It goes without saying that an opportunity such as this lends itself to professional development opportunities galore!
About you
Bringing excellent communication and interpersonal skills to the role will enable you to effectively interact with all users/consumers of the service, and your patient focus will ensure their correct diagnosis and care pathway. You will be able to gain an interesting range of clinical experience that includes participation in UNHSEIP and a range of other paediatric assessments as well as working closely with the ENT consultants and registrars. You will also enjoy interacting with the wider audiological community in Otago and Southland.
We seek someone with boundless enthusiasm, focus and confidence to continue to build the reputation of the service within the Southern community through effective liaising and a dedication to making things happen in the right way.
Those with a Maters of Audiology and/or experience in paediatrics are preferred, although consideration and support will be given to New Graduate Audiologists. Membership of the New Zealand Audiological Society or eligibility for membership must be demonstrated (please note that expressions of interest for the position can be submitted if this process is not yet complete).
Location, Location, Location!
Now to the city itself, Invercargill offers the opportunity to have the lifestyle you've always dreamed of. Boasting excellent education and restaurants, competitive costs of living and a beautiful coastline, life can be as relaxed or as energetic as you want. Our team enjoy the short commute to work, leaving ample time for what matters to you most. Add to this the close proximity to some of New Zealand's most famous scenery and holiday destinations (think Queenstown, Wanaka and Milford Sounds to name but a few!) you can go from seaside to ski-slopes in a matter of hours.
Sounds too good to be true? Rest assured, you can have it all here. Why not come see for yourself!
Closing date: Sunday, 31 March 2019.
For further information please contact Jeanie Winter, Recruitment Advisor - Surgical Services and Radiology Directorate Phone: (03) 470 9571 or Email: jeanie.winter@southerndhb.govt.nz
To apply
We only accept online applications. Please apply via our website: www.southerndhb.govt.nz/careers/


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We’re built on 90 years of rigorous care that’s genuinely sincere, expert and unhurried. We take pride in our reputation for clinical excellence and personal service that puts customers first. We deliver this by creating teams where every team member feels connected, valued, is listened to, and their skills are nurtured with market-leading training programmes tailored to the individual.

We don’t just invest in our customers - we invest in you, through training and development from our in-house Leightons Academy. All courses are designed to further enhance the skills we look for in every single one of our employees, equipping you to develop in your role, fulfil your ambitions and share in our success.

Full and part time opportunities including:

- Audiologist

- Mobile Audiologist

- Hearing Aid Dispenser



To join Leightons Opticians & Hearing Care or The Hearing Care Partnership please contact Louisa Edward on 01252 823419 or email recruitment@leightons.co.uk


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Senior Audiologist

 Permanent Vacancy

Ref No: HR19E077

Applications are invited for the permanent position of Senior Audiologist in St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

Role Summary: The Senior Audiologist will work closely with the ENT team (medical, nursing and Health & Social Care Professionals) and the Head of Health & Social Care Professions to ensure that a high quality audiology service is delivered to patients referred from both St. Vincent’s University Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital.

Informal Enquiries or Role Specific Enquiries: Ms Fionnuala Duffy, Head of Health & Social Care Professions Tel: (01) 221 4859. Email: f.duffy@svuh.ie

Application process: Interested candidates should apply by accessing https://www.stvincents.ie/careers/

Closing date for applications: Monday, 25th March 2019

St Vincent’s University Hospital is an equal opportunities employer.

St Vincent's University Hospital buildings and grounds are smoke-free.



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Job Reference: 190-7293-HAN-A

Salary: Band: 5 £23,023 - £29,608 pa pro rata for part time

Hours: f/t 37.5 pw (Flexible working offered)

Contract: Permanent

An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Audiologist to join our friendly team of eight Audiologists and four Audiological Assistants. We are looking for a conscientious, motivated and flexible newly qualified or experienced Audiologist.

Hearing Services provides a comprehensive service to adults from the Sheffield area and beyond. We provide support to a large ENT and Otoneurology Service in the form of specialist Vestibular Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Services, Tinnitus Therapy Services and BAHA and Middle Ear Acoustic Implants. The Department has been accredited by IQIP’s.

You will need to be able to demonstrate competency across all clinical fields of Audiology including, diagnostic assessments of hearing loss, select and fit appropriate hearing aids, take aural impressions and reassess existing patients hearing and aid provision according to BSA protocols.

Our aim is to support Sheffield Teaching Hospitals vision: 

“To be recognised as the best provider of health, clinical research and education in the UK and a strong contributor to the aspiration of Sheffield to be a vibrant and healthy city region"

We actively support research projects in conjunction with Neurotology and the trust Research and Development Department. This department uses the Auditbase system.

The successful candidate will hold a BSc Hons Audiology or equivalent qualification and be registered with RCCP.

For an informal discussion, please call Vicki Proctor or Kay Wright on 0114 271 3058.

To apply, please go to www.jobs.nhs.uk using the job reference number.

Closing date: 4 March 2019

To Apply click HERE



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Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Do you have what it takes to work at one of London’s leading private audiology clinics?

At Pindrop Hearing we are proud to work to the highest possible, evidence based, clinical standards, fitting the very latest hearing aids from a full range of manufacturers, in purpose built, state of the art audiology clinics using the very latest equipment and facilities.

We have recently expanded, and an exciting opportunity has come up for a highly motivated and fully qualified clinical audiologist and registered hearing aid dispenser.


Pindrop Hearing is a leading independent audiology clinic, with two full time hearing clinics in Harley Street and in Winchmore Hill, North London. We require a full time clinical audiologist to work between both branches. The successful candidate will have a varied role, including:

  • Routine Diagnostic testing for ENT (adult and paediatric)
  • 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.
  • Opportunities to develop experience in vestibular diagnostics, tinnitus rehabilitation and paediatric audiology.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Either BSc or MSc in Audiology
  • Registration as a Hearing aid dispenser or Clinical Scientist with the HCPC or RCCP registration
  • Qualified and experienced in micro-suction ear wax removal
  • A commitment to excellent clinical standards and a patient centred focus.
  • Experience in vestibular testing, tinnitus and paediatric audiology are advantageous but not essential.

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




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Position:         Clinical Specialist / Account Manager (Advanced Bionics)

Company:      Advanced Bionics Limited

Location:        UK – Dependent upon applicants (all Locations considered)

Salary:            Competitive Salary & Benefits


Clinical Specialist / Account Manager – UK (Advanced Bionics Limited)

The Company

Advanced Bionics is a global leader in developing the most advanced cochlear implant systems in the world. Acquired by Sonova Holding AG and working with Phonak since 2009, Advanced Bionics develops cutting-edge cochlear implant technology that restores hearing to those with severe-to-profound hearing loss.

At Advanced Bionics we are dedicated to improving lives by developing implantable technologies and services that help our recipients achieve their full potential.

Our commitment to putting patients first and providing the best possible hearing performance remains at the forefront of all that we do.  

The trust patients place in us inspires us to act with integrity and transparency as we strive for excellence each and every day in all that we do.

We believe that the company’s success and future depend on the skills and efforts of those that we employ.

The Role      

A fantastic opportunity has arisen within Advanced Bionics for a Clinical Specialist / Account Manager reporting directly into the Regional Sales Manager.

The Scope

This applicant will be responsible for supporting, developing and growing the AB business within the allocated region. This will include:

  • Clinical Support to professionals in the NHS Cochlear Implant departments. This includes clinic work, training events, candidate and implanted patient support.
  • Work with in collaboration with the other Clinical Specialists and other departments within AB in order to ensure high standards of care and support to CI users and professionals.
  • Support the Business Development team on:
    • Awareness activities within the NHS Audiology Departments, Hearing Aid dispensers and others that are part of the care path of a deaf patient in the UK/Ireland.
    • After care and support of implanted patients.
    • Work with the Bionic Ear Association mentors in order to reach out to more Cochlear Implant candidates and make sure they receive support and information to allow for better decision making.

The key objectives of a Clinical Specialist / Account Manager are to deliver business goals whilst working in line with company values, rules and procedures.

Working at Advanced Bionics will allow you to experience the professional and personal fulfilment that comes with making a difference in people’s lives. You will contribute to advancing biomedical technology and work on challenging projects with smart, driven, friendly people. Diversity, creativity, and collaboration are the cornerstones of our success.

To apply

If you are an audiologist with Cochlear Implant experience, have the relevant competencies required and want to join an exciting and engaging organization then please apply for this job opportunity with your CV and covering letter outlining your current salary and location  to janet.homan@sonova.com

This represents a brief outline of the role and is by no means exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to undertake duties as appropriate to the position and grade. Significant change to the role and its responsibilities would be subject to appropriate consultation with the post-holder

Health & Safety

Health and safety is the responsibility of all employees. The post-holder will work within the health and safety policy and will work actively with the company to improve health and safety and within their legal duties according to the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.

Equal Opportunities Employer

Advanced Bionics Limited is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity




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Clinical Specialist (Hearing Implants)


Permanent, Full Time (Job share /Part time considered)

Do you want to work for a world leading hearing implant company which puts technical and clinical excellence at the heart of its ethos?

MED−EL is proud to change the lives of people with hearing loss.  Over 40 years of research, development, and dedication at MED-EL has created innovative hearing implants and solutions for children and adults in over 120 countries worldwide.  Our global headquarters are in Innsbruck, Austria and our UK head office is in Sheffield.   Our mission is to eliminate hearing loss as a barrier to communication, and this role allows you to directly improve the lives of patients for whom our devices are suitable.

Offering the widest range of implantable and non-implantable solutions to treat all types of hearing loss, MED-EL’s hearing solutions include cochlear and middle ear implant systems, a combined Electric & Acoustic Stimulation hearing implant system, and auditory brainstem implants, as well as surgical and non-surgical bone conduction devices.

MED-EL UK’s dedicated team work in partnership with Hearing Implant centres throughout the UK and Ireland, to achieve the best possible hearing outcomes for patients. Our core UK company values are:

  • Candidate & recipient focused
  • Ethical
  • Technical & scientific
  • Supportive & caring
  • Dedicated & committed

The successful candidate will interact with clinicians, colleagues, and others in a manner reflective of these values together with our MED-EL brand, culture and expertise.

You will hold a graduate level qualification, and UK Registration (or eligibility for immediate registration) via RCCP, HCPC, or a similar professional body.  You will be able to demonstrate a range of current clinical skills and experience in a NHS (or comparable) clinical setting, including an advanced knowledge of hearing aid and/or implantable hearing devices.  A post-graduate level qualification, and experience with both adult and paediatric work would be advantageous.

We seek an effective communicator, who can self-manage but also work in a team environment.  The ability to rapidly grasp technical concepts, and explain them to persons with a variety of knowledge levels is essential. The role will be field-based, requiring extensive travel across the UK, including some overnight stays.

In return we’ll offer you an attractive benefits package, including a generous contributory workplace pension scheme, life assurance, health scheme cash plan, full training on MED-EL hearing implants, and remuneration commensurate with experience and qualifications.

If you are interested in joining our dynamic UK team please email your CV and a covering letter to Lynne Bell, MED-EL UK Ltd, Lynne.Bell@medel.com.  Informal enquiries are welcome; contact Fiona Kukiewicz, Clinical Services Manager, Fiona@medel.co.uk  or Chris Durst, Technical Director, Chris@medel.co.uk.

The closing date for applications is 1700 on the 1st March.  For more information about MED-EL visit www.medel.com





Bermuda Hearing Services is a busy private hearing healthcare practice.  Bermuda, a British Dependent Territory, is a mid-Atlantic island of 22 square miles with a population of 64,000.  We are currently seeking a second Audiologist. We are looking for someone who is driven, self-motivated and capable of working independently.

The position is full time and daily tasks include: -

  • diagnostic testing for adults and children, including neonatal hearing screening
  • counselling patients
  • making recommendations for hearing aids
  • composing reports to referring physicians
  • making ear impressions and ear molds
  • ordering instruments
  • programming hearing aids
  • assist with any adjustments, questions or problems
  • maintain documentation and patient files

The applicant should have a minimum qualification of a BSc in Audiology as well as an active hearing aid dispensing license.  The ideal candidate should have experience in both general adult and paediatric audiology. We would expect the successful candidate to have strong interpersonal and organizational skills and an ability to interact professionally with patients, physicians and team members.

We offer an attractive compensation package commensurate with qualifications and experience.

For further information please contact

Dr. R. C Vallis, FRCSEd at rcvallis@gmail.com




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Clinical Audiologist

A rare opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and experienced Clinical Audiologist, or Qualified Hearing Aid Dispenser to work with this forward thinking, Independent Hearing Care company based in South Manchester.

The company provide a very wide range of Hearing and Communication related services to the general public, as well as Ear Nose and Throat Consultants, GP Practices and Solicitors (Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus cases).

Hearing Matters is dedicated to the principal of Life-long Learning, and appropriate training will be provided as and when required.

We are looking for a dynamic, highly motivated, forward thinking individual, able to provide exceptional customer service at all times, and in return we offer an attractive remuneration and benefits package.

This is great opportunity for an ambitious and skillful clinician. If you think you’ve got what it takes, please contact us for an informal discussion, or to request an application form and full job description.  Alternatively go to www.hearingmatters.co.uk/careers

Main Benefits

Competitive salary, performance related pay structure and a profit share arrangement

28 days holiday entitlement (inclusive of Bank Holidays)   

Company car or car allowance

Laptop/Mobile phone

For an informal discussion please contact Brian Unsworth or Peter Jones on 0800 852 7171 or email info@hearingmatters.co.uk

Closing Date:  Friday 22nd February 2019

Proposed Interview Date: Thursday 28th February 2019



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 Clinical Scientist (Audiology)/Audiologist


Location:  Highfield Campus

Salary:   £30,395 to £37,345 per annum
Full Time Fixed Term (2 years)
Closing Date:  Sunday 20 January 2019
Interview Date:   Thursday 31 January 2019
Reference:  1093218DA

By joining our inclusive, multi-disciplinary team you will have a unique opportunity to further your career by utilising your clinical skills within a University setting allowing you to access up-to-date research in this field. 

We offer a range of great benefits that includes a contributory pension scheme; holiday entitlement of 30 days plus 8 bank holidays and 6 additional holidays (closure days); subsidised health and fitness facilities on-site; cycle to work scheme; a range of discounts which include restaurants, retail outlets and entertainment.

To be successful in your new role within the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service (USAIS) you will be experienced in a wide range of audiology procedures but training will be given in relation to auditory implants.  You will need to be registered with the HCPC or RCCP or be working towards registration and ideally you will hold a Certificate of Audiological Competence or equivalent. 

Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team you will assess and manage a caseload of hearing impaired/deaf patients of all ages.  The programming of sound processors for cochlear implants (CI) or bone conduction hearing implants (BCHI) will be a key part of the role. Further details of the role are available in the job description and person specification.

For information on the Service please look at the website http://ais.southampton.ac.uk/

Informal enquiries and visits to the centre can be arranged by contacting Sarie Cross, Associate Director, or Professor Carl Verschuur, Director, at the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service, Telephone 02380 593522, or email S.E.Cross@soton.ac.uk or C.A.Verschuur@soton.ac.uk

The successful candidate would be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.  

Application Procedure

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Elsa Samwell (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2507. Please quote reference 1093218DA on all correspondence.



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A career you can feel good about

We’re passionate about hearing care and making a difference to our customers’ lives and we’re looking for talented Hearing Aid Audiologists to join our successful and growing team to make our vision come alive.

Operating from over 500 locations across the UK, you’ll have access to the latest hearing solutions and be first class at combining commercial skills with a desire to deliver professional and personal customer care. In return for your expertise and passion, you’ll be rewarded with a competitive, healthcare professional salary and an opportunity to share in the business’s success through a quarterly bonus, plus access to industry leading development programmes.

We welcome colleagues from both the private and public sector and have a great track record of supporting people in their transition to Boots Hearingcare. So, if you’re a qualified Audiologist or Hearing Aid Dispenser and looking to take a new step in your career please contact us today for advice.

For more details,

please contact Isabelle Rodriguez, Talent Manager:

Call: 07785 476 433

Email: recruitment@bootshearingcare.



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Would you like to branch out into quality private Audiology services?

We are looking to recruit both newly qualified and experienced Audiologists/Clinical Scientists (Audiology)
We have exciting opportunities for Audiologists / Audiological Scientists based around the Midlands and / or East Midlands region to join our team to undertake vestibular, tinnitus, hearing and hearing aid services (depending on experience). Applicants should have BSc Audiology or BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Audiology) minimum. Applicants should be registered [or working towards registration] with either RCCP or HCPC.
In the first instance, please apply with a CV, and covering letter 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]. References will be contacted after interview for the successful candidate.
Salary will be dependent on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate.
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

Closing date: Wednesday 30th January 2019
Interview date: Monday 4th February 2019

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International Clinical Trainer with Audiological background

As a leading diagnostic solutions provider, we work diligently towards improving the diagnostic possibility for our customers. Our solutions are used worldwide every day, where audiologists, ENTs, researchers and clinical personnel combine their knowledge and our equipment to positively change the lives of patients.

We are currently looking for a new member to join our team at The Interacoustics Academy. We are dedicated to providing training and access to materials related to audiological/vestibular technologies and their applications.

Develop training material and educational technologies

You will spent around 50% of your time on the development of training material and educational technologies to support our dedicated audiological online learning environment. We are currently focusing on the development of e-learning, webinars as well quick guide videos and other media.

You will support the development of internal staff by contributing to the online internal staff certification program. This includes both mentoring new employees and developing those already established in the workforce.

Last but not least, you will take complex audiological concepts and use the most effective technologies to explain these in an easy to understand way.

International Travel

You will be based in a UK home office whilst reporting to Interacoustics’ global headquarters in Denmark. In the role it is expected that you will travel 100 days per year to provide face to face training and education to sales companies, distributors, end users and potential end users of Interacoustics' products. This travel is not limited to a geographical region and is potentially truly global. These travel days will be focused on providing internal training to local Interacoustics staff, speaking at scientific conferences/ masterclasses as well as developing relationships with key opinion leaders and audiological stakeholders. 

Are you the person we are looking for?  

We are looking for a person who has:

  • a diverse audiological background (BSc or MSc in an audiology related subject)
  • clinical experience
  • good presenting skills - 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.
  • a sound and creative understanding of IT and learning technologies.

In addition, it is important that you 

  • enjoy meeting new people and have an ability to build sound working relationships
  • are a social person who is dedicated to ensuring you are at forefront of developments in diagnostic audiology.  
  • have an in-depth knowledge of the full range of auditory evoked potentials including: ABR, ASSR, ECochG and Cortical testing.

It would be desirable but not essential that you have teaching experience and the ability to speak a second language (Spanish preferably). Experience building online training materials is also desirable.

If you find this position interesting we would love to hear from you. Please upload your CV and covering letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for the role. https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=8254&company=DGS&username=  The application deadline is the 31st  of January the interview date will be in London shortly afterwards. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact Leigh Martin on: 07741261349 or by email at lema@interacoustics.com




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Audiology partner

Up to £40k + £10k welcome bonus

New Carmarthen Store

If you’re a talented audiologist looking for a rewarding opportunity, we can offer you a salary of up to £40,000, a £10,000 welcome bonus and highly attractive earning potential. As a Joint Venture Partner of our Hearcare business in our new Specsavers store in Carmarthen, you’d take home a fixed monthly salary and enjoy an annual profit share on your 50% shareholding. So, the more you put in, the more you get out.

We can offer you the best of both worlds. The freedom to look after your customers, make day-to-day decisions and run your store your way. On top of this you’ll have the support of Specsavers, a famous and constantly expanding brand with over 1,900 retail outlets. With you every step of the way, we’ll help you to grow your business, attract new customers and help patients referred by the NHS.

Carmarthen is a beautiful county town in Wales that offers big potential. There is a good range of nationally known retail chain stores in the town centre, as well as the oldest market in Wales. It benefits from good road and rail links and has strong claims to be the oldest town in Wales and the birthplace of Merlin. The town sits at the heart of Carmarthenshire that’s home to over 180,000 people.

Do you want to take the lead, shape your own future and change lives by providing the best in patient care? Are you a talented HAD/audiologist with NHS or retail experience? Then you could become the leader you want to be and look forward to substantial earnings as a partner of our Hearcare business at our new Specsavers store in Carmarthen.

To discover more and apply, please contact Tori Blackwell from the Partnership Recruitment team on 07840 637 073 or tori.blackwell@specsavers.com or apply online: https://specsavers.avature.net/talentcommunity





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Senior Audiologist

Do you have specialist clinical knowledge with an ability to work with complex clients? Part or full-time position available.

Hutt Valley DHB Audiology service is based at Hutt Hospital and provides an outreach service to support the ENT service at Wairarapa DHB. The Audiology department offers full diagnostic and rehabilitative services to both children and adults.

About the role

As our new Senior Audiologist you will be joining a dedicated and supportive team focused on providing a high quality audiological service to our community. We maintain close working relationships with other health professionals including our ENT consultants, advisors on Deaf Children and our Newborn Hearing Screeners. Our role is suited to someone with specialist clinical knowledge with an ability to work with complex clients and manage their own clinical caseload. You will also have responsibility for providing clinical leadership within the team which assists in developing the clinical capability of others and service innovation and development.

Our Audiologists work closely with ENT, particular as part of an Audiology and ENT Nurse led clinic for children referred for middle ear dysfunction. There is also a departmental interest in developing a multidisciplinary vestibular service.

Our role can be either part or full-time for the right candidate.


  • Diagnostic testing for paediatrics and adults
  • Hearing aid fittings for paediatrics and adults,
  • Supervision and mentoring of new Audiologists

Skills and experience:

  • Clinical audiology experience with paediatrics and adults
  • NZAS Clinical Certificate of Competencyor eligible for fast-track process
  • NZAS Paediatric Certificates or working towards these

 Our organisation

Hutt Hospital, part of Hutt Valley District Health Board is a busy 270 bed general district hospital, serving a population of around 145,000. We provide most secondary services, as well as being the tertiary centre for regional plastic, maxillofacial and burns services, the regional rheumatology and school dental services and the greater Wellington public health and breast screening services.


We offer a supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development. This includes; a comprehensive orientation programme, training and study opportunities, and peer support. Staff benefits include discounts from many companies throughout the region, onsite gym and use of two low-cost holiday homes at Taupo.

How to apply

Applications will not be accepted via email. All candidates applying for any of our current vacancies must complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the 'apply now' button or through our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz

For further information on this role, please email recruitment@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 8111125-18 and job title in the subject line.