Reporting to: Audiology Manager
Salary: Commensurate with qualification and experience
Hours: Four or five days a week, 09:00-17:30 (not including travel time to first and from last appointments)
Qualification: Must be registered with the HCPC or BSc in Audiology
You will test people with hearing difficulties, establishing whether they can be aided by amplified sound, delivering, fitting and adjusting hearing aids in the patients home. In addition you will carry out aftercare home visits, in the community. As a Hearing Aid Audiologist you will have frequent contact with customers who have a range of hearing needs that you need to be understanding of, and to a great extent be able to respond to and satisfy by offering the patient the opportunity of different levels hearing technology.
Activities of the role
To promote best practice in the field
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 act as a positive ambassador at organised promotional events including trade shows
Maintain high standards at all times of personal appearance, timekeeping, attendance and respect of company property
To understand and adhere at all times to company Health and Safety procedures and to ensure that the vehicles are presentable and driven safely within the law
Operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times
Committing to the company belief of always do what is right for the patient
Any other reasonable requests that may be made from time to time
Motivated and focused on achieving own goals
Confident about working within a regional team
Commercially aware and happy to offer the customer what they need
Dedicated to exemplary patient service to ensure patient satisfaction
Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience
Desire to do, see and enjoy a job well done
Valid UK driving licence with at least 4 years experience
Confident driver and enjoys being out on the road
HCPC fees paid
BSHAA fees paid
Covered by companys liability insurance
Attractive performance related bonus
Discounted eye wear and hearing products
Generous holiday entitlement
Three treat days granted for 100% attendance
Long service awards
All successful candidates will be subject to satisfactory written references, medical clearance, and evidence of your right to work in the UK and Disclosure Certificate through the Disclosure and Barring Service (Formerly the CRB)
References: One of your referees must be your current line manager and all references must cover the previous five years work or study history.
The Outside clinic is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment.
There is a No Smoking Policy throughout The Outside Clinic.
All job descriptions are subject to review, and there will be initial consultation with the jobholder.
The Outside Clinic is an equal opportunities employer
Benefits: Pension, Treat days, Company car