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Clinical Scientist/Advanced Paediatric Audiologist – Band 7

Salary: £33,222 - £43,041 per annum
Location: UHCW NHS Trust
Closing Date: September 17th, 2018

Job reference: 218-JC-AHP-1124613

Are you passionate about paediatric audiology? Are you seeking a new challenge? Then please read on.

We are seeking a highly motivated and quality driven Audiologist or Clinical Scientist to join our friendly and motivated team at the Centre for Hearing and Balance Disorders at UHCW NHS Trust.

You will require an MSc in Audiology or equivalent (e.g. Masters module in relevant subject with relevant HTS module), have significant experience of working in an NHS environment and you should be registered with the relevant professional body (HCPC or RCCP).

The department provides a diagnostic and habilitation service to the paediatric population of Coventry and Rugby and beyond.

The role will consist of both routine and complex caseloads and includes specialist areas of electrophysiological testing, hearing aid fittings, repairs and all aspects of paediatric assessment including those with complex needs and in particular young babies.

There is a team leader aspect to the role so any leadership qualifications or experience is certainly desirable. However development of such leadership skills, will be supported through the Trust’s Leading Together programme, which is already implemented across the department.

At Coventry we pride ourselves on the excellent services we provide accredited by UKAS via the IQIPS programme. We have a very strong focus on quality and as such, this role has a significant quality assurance, supervision and service development aspect.

The Audiology team is a close knit group who work hard to embrace the Trust’s values and behaviours and develop working relationships. The team will expect the successful candidate to work to the same standards, embrace our Trust values, particularly with respect to communication.

The department currently runs a 5 day service with hours of work between 8:00AM and 5:00PM. This is a full time post and may be worked over 4.5 days per week or 9 days per fortnight.

Please read both the job description and person specification carefully before making an application, please note:

–              Applicants who do not meet the essential criteria listed on the person specification will not be considered for this post.

–              Applicants who do not meet the desirable criteria in either leadership skills or clinical skills are welcome to apply and if successful following interview scoring, may be eligible to commence with the Trust and work in the capacity of a Band 6 Audiologist whilst undertaking clinical or leadership training as required. Once training is completed successfully the postholder will progress to a Band 7.

A relocation package is available if eligible.

For further details / informal visits please contact Verity R Hill Principal Paediatric Audiologist or Ann-Marie Hawkins Principal Adult audiologist on 02476 966444 or 02476 966440

Closing date: 17th September 2018

Interviews: 4th October 2018

To apply please visit

Audiologist or trainee audiologist

Location: Kent Community ENT and Kent Hearing
Closing Date: July 30th, 2018

Employment Opportunity/Scholarship Funding for Audiologist

Kent Community ENT and Kent Hearing would like to offer a unique opportunity for an Audiologist or trainee audiologist to join their team of ENTs, GPs, nurses and Audiologists to provide ear and hearing health care to both NHS and private patients in West Kent.  If you are already an Audiologist, we will support and train you in other aspects of advanced ear care in the community and private practice, including micro suction, ear pathology diagnosis and management, rehabilitation and practice management.

We will fully fund an existing MSc Audiology or BSc Audiology student in their final year of study, and offer employment experience in a NHS Community ENT team, NHS hospital audiology department and the private audiological sector.

You will be supported by a team of senior audiologists and ENT doctors.

There will an opportunity to learn and run micro suction/ aural care clinics and gain substantial experience in managing clinical pathology, under doctor supervision.

There will also be opportunities to contribute to regular clinical meetings and to lead and develop clinical service projects in both the clinical and private sector.

As we are investing in a long-term relationship, we will tailor working hours and remuneration according the successful candidate’s circumstances, experience and skills.

To apply please send your CV and supporting statement explaining why you are best suited to join this unique and forward-thinking team to

Please see the job description and person specification for further information and details. Informal visits to the sites are welcome!:  

CLOSING DATE:  30 July 2018 INTERVIEWS: week commencing 10 August 2018


Location: Whanganui District Health Board, New Zealand

Outpatients Department/Audiology

Permanent 40 hours/week (hours negotiable)

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Whanganui District Health Board for an Audiologist to work in our small and highly motivated audiology team providing services to children, young people and adults as well as supporting our newborn hearing screening and Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist services.

We are striving to create a high performing, high quality audiology service with a focus on patient, family/whanau centred care. In this role you will have the opportunity to shape the future of our Audiology service.

You will be joining a part-time audiometrist and visiting audiologists in providing audiology services, working within an enthusiastic and friendly outpatient department.

The Whanganui and Midcentral DHBs are working to establish service alliances across a number of services. As part of this work you will also have the opportunity to work collegially with colleagues at Midcentral DHB to explore opportunities to improve services.

We are committed to supporting and promoting continuing professional development and encourage participation in training, in-services and clinical supervision as well as attending relevant external training courses as required.

As a New Zealand provincial city, Whanganui has something for everyone. It has excellent education and sports training facilities, outdoor adventure pursuits, excellent value-for-money housing and a maximum 15 minute drive from most suburbs to the central business district, or to the Whanganui Hospital. Ours is a beautiful, family-orientated city with a moderate climate, located on the coast along the Whanganui River. With mountains less than two hours’ drive in one direction and the capital city of Wellington less than three hours’ drive in the other, Whanganui is well situated if you are seeking a change in lifestyle with good career prospects and a hospital striving to provide the best care possible for its people and communities.

About us:

Our vision is to provide ‘Better health and independence’ with our mission being ‘to improve health and independence through a responsive and integrated health system’.

All overseas applicants must have or be aiming to obtain membership with the NZ Audiological society. Please visit  to find out more.

For more information about this role contact Recruitment Coordinator, Kimberley Craddock on (06)348 8911 or email To APPLY, please send your CV and a cover letter to  along with evidence that you are a member of the NZ Audiological society