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Salary: Salary:  £25 - £30 per hour (dependant on experience)
Location: locations across the South East of England

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

About You

Aspires to giving a good patient experience

Wishes to expand knowledge and develop

Friendly, warm and confident

Work within a small friendly team

About Us

Private Clinic also providing GP Services

CQC Regulated

Small and friendly team

We care about those working for us

Think outside the box philosophy

Flexible working to suit and family friendly

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

 Hours:  5-37 per week (dependent on your availability)

Please send your cv to



Advanced Paediatric Audiologist

Salary: £31,696 - £41,787 per annum, 37.5 hours per week
Location: UHCW NHS Trust, Coventry
Closing Date: October 15th, 2017

The Advanced Paediatric Audiologist will take a main role in the diagnosis and habilitation for children aged 0-18. Our paediatric service is UKAS accredited and led by the Principal Paediatric Audiologist responsible to the Consultant Clinical Scientist.

The Centre for Hearing and Balance Disorders is a combined Paediatric and Adult Service.

Paediatric Services include NHSP, diagnostic services and hearing aid clinics. We have excellent links with education and community services alongside an excellent Children’s Hearing Services Working Group.

We currently work 37.5 hours over a 4.5 day week or 9 days in 10. We also provide a monthly dedicated training session for all staff which includes case studies and external speakers. This provides excellent opportunities to ensure your CPD is maintained.

To apply, please click here:

Closing date: 15 October 2017 23:59.


Senior Audiologist

Salary: TBC
Location: Jervis Bay Hearing Centre, Australia

Senior Audiologist
Jervis Bay Hearing Centre, Australia

The Jervis Bay Hearing Centre is located on the NSW South Coast, 2.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra, operating from purpose built premises in Vincentia and Ulladulla.
Senior Audiologist

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

For more information please follow the link:Senior Audiologist AUSTRALIA

Register your interest in confidence by submitting your application to

Fixed term Clinical Facilitator in Audiology

Salary: £32958 to £34956 per annum together with USS benefits
Location: College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University
Closing Date: August 10th, 2017

Ref AC02253

Main Purpose of the Post

To deliver its top 20 ambition Swansea University is seeking to appoint a Clinical Facilitator in Audiology in the College of Human and Health Sciences.

The main purpose of the post is to support WEDS commissioned Healthcare Science (Audiology) students whilst on placement at hospitals across Wales. The aim is to ensure an effective and enjoyable experience in every case such that students on graduation are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to enter the Healthcare Science work force.

Main Duties:

1.Teaching (Enhanced)

  • Managing Healthcare Science (Audiology) students on placement at hospitals across Wales.
  • Managing student completion of portfolios.
  • Managing portfolio submission.
  • Managing and undertaking portfolio assessment.
  • Managing student portfolio revision and compliance with the requirements of the National School of Healthcare Science.
  • Student preparation for placement.
  • Student evaluation of placement.
  • Collation of student feedback on placement provision and experience.
  • Undertaking placement visits to ensure student performance and progression.
  • Undertaking placement visits to ensure Clinical Educator performance in assessment and student support.
  • Undertaking placement Academic Audit.
  • Undertaking annual visits to ensure compliance with academic audit.
  • Undertaking annual assessment of placement capacity.
  • Contributing to Clinical Educator Workshops
  • Contributing to the annual Clinical Educator training course.
  • Contributing to student practical examinations/OSCE’s.
  • Acting as link between placements and the University through the Programme Team.


  1. Research (Core)
  • Demonstrating awareness of current research and knowledge in the field and integrating this into the role.
  • Undertaking research or other systematic investigations into learning and teaching or of engagement in pedagogic and professional practitioner innovation and applying it to curriculum development and delivery of the student placement experience.
  • Delivering presentations at a conference, seminar or workshop with external reach/impact
  1. Management (Core)

To contribute to College management duties, for example:

  • attending and contributing to appropriate committees and related activities,
  • participating in promotional activities such as open days, clearing and school visits;
  • participating in activities of the College aimed at enhancing employability, skills and student engagement.

Carry out relevant managerial duties associated with academic posts, for example, duties in relation to student recruitment, induction, teaching and assessment.

  1. General Duties
  • The University has adopted a position where quality assurance procedures are integrated throughout all its activities and all staff must conform to these procedures
  • Members of staff are encouraged to maintain and enhance links with the professional institutions. Engaging with other academics in the field, through networking at conferences, involvement in formal groups, or participation in professional activity.
  • The development of industry/university partnerships and new research projects is an important part of the role.
  • Managing personal administrative tasks related to own work.  Planning, prioritising and progressing own work, to fit the achievement of own priorities around the requirements of others.
  • To fully engage with the University’s Performance Enabling and Welsh Language policies
  • To promote equality and diversity in working practices and maintain positive working relationships
  • To conduct the job role and all activities in accordance with safety, health and sustainability policies and management systems, in order to reduce risks and impacts arising from the work activity
  • To ensure that risk management is an integral part of any decision making process, by ensuring compliance with the University’s Risk Management Policy

Staff appointed to Academic positions will be expected to develop and deliver a range of teaching material and will work closely with the Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching (SALT – SALT aims to enhance the student learning experience through sharing and promoting good practice.


Person Specification

Essential Criteria

  • A relevant first degree (or equivalent)
  • Registered (or eligible for registration) with RCCP, AHCS or HCPC as an Audiologist or clinical scientist
  • More than 5 years practice experience as an Audiologist or clinical scientist
  • Experience of teaching, supervising and mentoring Audiology students within practice and/or academia
  • Awareness and appreciation of developments in Audiology in Wales and the UK
  • Outstanding written, oral and interpersonal skills
  • Evidence of a commitment to continuous professional development
  • Evidence of the ability to work in partnership with external stakeholders and employers
  • The ability to negotiate and influence outcomes
  • Current driving license or the ability to travel.


Desirable Criteria

  • Relevant Higher Degree in Audiology
  • Evidence of links with Audiology professionals
  • Awareness and appreciation of developments in Audiology in Wales

Background on College / School / Department

The successful applicant will join the Interprofessional Studies Department within the College of Human and Health Sciences. The Department is home to a number of Healthcare programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Undergraduate programmes are offered in Healthcare Sciences, Midwifery, Paramedic Science and Osteopathy. These professional programmes are highly respected by the various professional communities for the quality of graduates and for the contribution the staff make to these professions in the UK and abroad. Students on these programmes study within the University and on placements at hospitals across Wales where they gain their clinical skills. Before they attend placements however the students practice within the University in dedicated clinical suites within the Department where the very latest equipment is available to ensure the experience matches their work environment.

Informal enquiries to:

Mrs Chantal Patel, Head of Interprofessional Studies

01792 602220;

Mr Barry Bardsley –Team Leader, Biomedical Sciences Team

01792 295276;


Application process

Applicants are asked to provide a completed online application providing evidence against the essential criteria in the recruitment documentation.  Applicants should also attach to the application 2 separate documents: 1.  a Curriculum Vitae; 2.  a statement detailing your aspirations to enhance teaching and the student experience.

The academic career profiles are available at:  and these provide indicative performance levels for all academic staff at Swansea University.  These criterion will be used in the recruitment process as well as promotions. Where there are numeric indicators these will be considered in light of the stage of career, hours of work and other commitments .  This may be personal circumstances or work related activities outside of academia such as in industry or a clinical setting.


Please note this is a fixed term post until July 2019 and secondment opportunities will be considered.

To apply for this job please click on the link below:

Research Associate in Hearing Science

Salary: £31,076 to £38,183 per annum according to relevant experience
Location: Biology, Medicine & Health, School of Health Sciences, Oxford Road, Manchester
Closing Date: July 21st, 2017

Research Associate in Hearing Science

Employment Type: Fixed Term

Duration: 1 October 2017 until 30 September 2019

Faculty / Organisational Unit: Biology, Medicine & Health

School/Directorate: School of Health Sciences

Division: Human Communication, Development & Hearing

Hours Per week: Full time

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

Location: Oxford Road, Manchester

Job Reference: BM&H-10270

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

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

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

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

Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:

Name: Professor David Moore


General enquiries:


Tel: 0161 275 4499

Technical support:


Tel: 01565 818 234

To apply please visit

Closing date: 21 July 2017

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