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Vacancies

We are looking for Hearing Aid Audiologists with a drive to deliver an outstanding clinical service with a highly professional approach and patient centred attitude.

Help empower people to make informed decisions about their hearing. You will have full flexibility on what you fit, allowing you to prescribe the most appropriate hearing solutions for the patient needs at a price that is reasonable and fair. UK Hearing Care recognise and reward on customer satisfaction. If you are working as a Hearing Audiologist and wish to give high levels of patient service then we would love to talk to you.


Central London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

East London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

North London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

North West London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

South East London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

South London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

South West London - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Bimingham - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Worcestershire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Durham - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Hull - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Leeds - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Yorkshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Aberdeenshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Dumfries & Galloway - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Edinburgh - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Glasgow - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Inverness-Shire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Lancashire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care and UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the Age UK Hearing Aids team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Lothian - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Perthshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Kent - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Swansea - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Cardiff - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Buckinghamshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Oxfordshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

Hampshire - Audiologist Job Vacancy

Job Title: Audiologist

Contract Type: Permanent

Full/Part Time: Full Time

Closing Date: Open-Ongoing

 

Job Summary

• To provide diagnostic Audiology and rehabilitation services to patients of UK Hearing Care. • To promote best practice at all times. • To maintain effective means of communication at all times. • To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare. • To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies. • To operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times. • To commit to the company belief of providing the highest levels of service and aftercare to all patients. • To liaise with other healthcare professionals where necessary to ensure that all patients are provided with the best advice.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

To manage the diagnostic and rehabilitative journey for patients with hearing loss and associated communication difficulties within their own homes or at one of our centres.

Clinical responsibilities

Core Diagnostics

• Case History taking • Otoscopy • Medical referrals • Pure Tone Audiometry including masking and ULL’s • QuickSIN and ANL testing • Tinnitus evaluation and assessment • Taking Aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear fittings • Selection, demonstration and programming/fitting of hearing instruments/Tinnitus devices • Provision of a full, structured, patient centred aftercare programme to ensure patient satisfaction. • Provide appropriate education and support for individuals with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and any other interested parties. • To use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective to ensure hearing instruments are providing maximum benefit using evidence based practice. • To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration as and when required • To follow best practice principles with regard to infection control.

Additional Diagnostics where required

• Provide ear care and wax removal where required (when appropriate training has been provided) • Middle ear function testing • Tests for non-organic hearing lossTesting for Noise Induced Hearing Loss • Diagnostic testing for differential diagnosis of cochlear/retro-cochlear hearing loss. • Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment including Live Speech Mapping to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings. • Provide education and training for other healthcare professionals and support staff. • Produce reports and letters for other healthcare providers and legal representatives summarising the appropriate pathway selected for a patient.

Professional Responsibilities

• To meet the appropriate level of expertise to maintain registration with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. • To manage and prioritise all patient journeys. • To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your own practices with peers and management and to identify own strengths, development and training needs. • To be responsible for own professional actions boundaries and when to seek advice. • To contribute as part of a team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others. • To attend relevant training and development courses in order to maintain skills and knowledge and to expand Scope of Practice whilst ensuring compliance with HCPC CPD requirements. • To be responsible for maintaining your own CPD records in a form acceptable to the HCPC. • To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology and within our organisation. • To assist with maintaining the company profile and ethics.

Communication

• To be able to communicate information from assessments to patients, families, carers and other healthcare professionals. Maximising the effectiveness of audiological rehabilitation and to engage patients and their family members in the rehabilitation process. • To demonstrate empathy with clients, families, carers and others, ensuring that effective communication is achieved, particularly where barriers exist. • To be able to manage conflict across a range of situations. • To deal with any concerns or complaints sensitively and in a timely manner to avoid escalation.

Key Attributes

• Motivated and focused on patient satisfaction. • Demonstrate confidence about working within a team and autonomously. • Commercially aware, and happy to offer patients best advice and the best solution for any given hearing difficulty that is right for the individual patient. • Dedication to providing exemplary customer service to ensure 100% patient satisfaction. • Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience. • Demonstrate a desire to provide the best quality service and advice to the best of your abilities.

Main Benefits include

• Working with a recognised and trusted charity. • Working with patients who have responded to honest and ethical advertising. • Competitive package with a realistic performance related pay structure which recognises patient satisfaction. • 20 days holiday entitlement per year (plus all statutory Holidays) • Car allowance • Fuel allowance or fuel card • The Latest dispensing equipment including a PC based clinical audiometer • High specification Laptop • All expenses • Meal allowance

To find out more contact:

Clare Kewney HAD, FdSc, FSHAA, BHTA Hearing Sector Chair Recruitment and Business Development Director M: 07872 470171 recruitment@ukhearingcare.co.uk

Be part of something different and join the UK Hearing Care team

NOTE This job description does not form part of the contract of employment. This job description is not a complete list of duties, but is intended to give a general indication of the type of work undertaken. It will vary over time as demands and priorities change. Significant changes in the range of work undertaken will be made only after discussion with the employee. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY The company is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the employee is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.

 
 

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