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Field Based Regional Trainer

Salary: Attractive package
Location: South East
Closing Date: September 20th, 2022

Who we are:

TympaHealth Technologies Ltd is a team of Doctors, Audiologists and technology experts united by a vision to:

help the world to hear.

Our mission:

We are a multi-award winning company, with our Tympa system we are making ear and hearing care more accessible both on a local and global scale.

TympaHealth is currently is already in use with a number of leading UK hearing-care providers, NHS providers and Pharmacy groups.

Role and Responsibilities

The role involves the delivery of training and support to a wide range of allied health care professionals who are extending their scope of practice to carry out wax removal using microsuction using the Tympa system. Working within a closely knit team each Regional Trainer will be responsible for their own geographical area as well as supporting the National events as required. Specifically this will include:

  • Delivery/ support of online Webinars
  • Delivery/ support of face to face training events
  • Development of new training materials and platforms ( as part of the team )
  • Individual mentoring of customers through their initial logbook period
  • Clinical remote reviews – as part of the TympaHealth ENT and Audiology support network
  • Support/ refresher visits as required – both online and face to face

Qualifications and Education Requirements

An Audiologist qualification is essential (RCCP/HCPC) with experience of wax removal preferred.

Personal Profile and Skills

Must be outgoing and dynamic, self-motivated with the ability to engage and motivate. Excellent time management skills an essential with self-disciple to deliver within time-sensitive framework.

Strong inter-personal skills are a pre-requisite and successful applicants must be able to demonstrate evidence of continuing professional development in their own career to date. TympaHealth is a fast-growing company and the ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment is essential for this role. Creative problem-solving skills are desired, and evidence of successful teamwork should be provided.

 

Field Based Regional Trainer

Salary: Attractive package
Location: East
Closing Date: September 20th, 2022

Who we are:

TympaHealth Technologies Ltd is a team of Doctors, Audiologists and technology experts united by a vision to:

help the world to hear.

Our mission:

We are a multi-award winning company, with our Tympa system we are making ear and hearing care more accessible both on a local and global scale.

TympaHealth is currently is already in use with a number of leading UK hearing-care providers, NHS providers and Pharmacy groups.

Role and Responsibilities

The role involves the delivery of training and support to a wide range of allied health care professionals who are extending their scope of practice to carry out wax removal using microsuction using the Tympa system. Working within a closely knit team each Regional Trainer will be responsible for their own geographical area as well as supporting the National events as required. Specifically this will include:

  • Delivery/ support of online Webinars
  • Delivery/ support of face to face training events
  • Development of new training materials and platforms ( as part of the team )
  • Individual mentoring of customers through their initial logbook period
  • Clinical remote reviews – as part of the TympaHealth ENT and Audiology support network
  • Support/ refresher visits as required – both online and face to face

Qualifications and Education Requirements

An Audiologist qualification is essential (RCCP/HCPC) with experience of wax removal preferred.

Personal Profile and Skills

Must be outgoing and dynamic, self-motivated with the ability to engage and motivate. Excellent time management skills an essential with self-disciple to deliver within time-sensitive framework.

Strong inter-personal skills are a pre-requisite and successful applicants must be able to demonstrate evidence of continuing professional development in their own career to date. TympaHealth is a fast-growing company and the ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment is essential for this role. Creative problem-solving skills are desired, and evidence of successful teamwork should be provided.

Lead/Senior Research Audiologist (Part Time, Fixed term)

Salary: Senior: Band 6 £32,306 - £39,027 per annum pro rata / Lead: Band 7 £40,057 - £45,839 Per annum pro rata
Location: Cambridge
Closing Date: August 31st, 2022

We wish to appoint either a Senior or Lead Research Audiologist to a four-year part-time position at the University of Cambridge, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. The post forms part of a programme of research led by Dr. Bob Carlyon of the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, and will be primarily based at the Emmeline Centre for Hearing Implants, Addenbrookes hospital, Cambridge.

The post involves the combination of clinical work with behavioural and electrophysiological studies of methods to improve hearing by cochlear implant (CI) users. Clinical aspects of the role include the fitting and management of CIs and contribution to all aspects of clinical care for CI patients with a focus on follow-up programming and obtaining outcome measures.

An important part of the role will include the integration of basic science carried out at the University with the clinical pathway of patients at the Emmeline Centre for Hearing Implants and will lead the recruitment of patients into research studies. Both the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and the Emmeline Centre house state-of-the-art facilities are part of a thriving auditory research and clinical community, including the Cambridge Hearing Group, which involves auditory researchers from a wide range of disciplines throughout the University and Cambridge University Hospitals Trust.

This is an exciting opportunity for a qualified audiologist to make a substantial contribution to cochlear research and to develop their research and clinical skills. The successful candidate will have strong clinical skills and experience and at least some research experience; a higher research degree is desirable but not essential. The appointment will be made at the Senior or Lead Research Audiologist level, corresponding to bands 6 and 7 of the NHS Agenda for Change pay scales.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 4 years in the first instance. Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service check (enhanced with adults’ barred list). This appointment also requires an NHS honorary contract which will be applied for at the time of appointment.

Please apply online and find further details at https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/36214/

Closing Date: 31 August 2022

Interview Date: Thursday 29th September 2022

Please ensure that you upload a covering letter and CV in the Upload section of the online application. The covering letter should outline how you match the criteria for the post and why you are applying for this role. If you upload any additional documents which have not been requested, we will not be able to consider these as part of your application.
Please include details of your referees, including e-mail address and phone number, one of which must be your most recent line manager.
Please quote reference SU32450 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. Further information

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Hearing Health Policy Officer

Salary: Competitive
Location: London / Home Working
Closing Date: July 27th, 2022

Contract
Permanent. Hybrid working (London and home). Full-time option. Choice of part-time position for a candidate undertaking research or wishing to work in clinical practice and develop a career in health policy.
Hearing health policy officer
Are you an audiologist looking to shape the future of hearing care?
If you are, then the National Community Hearing Association (NCHA) is looking for a clinician interested in health policy and public affairs to join its policy team.

The opportunity

The NCHA is the professional representative body for community hearing care providers in the UK. Our members and we are committed to better hearing care for all. We shape the future of hearing care by working with governments, the NHS, third sector partners and influencers across health and social care.
As part of a small, high-powered team, you will help support the NCHA to transform hearing care in the UK.
The successful candidate will have good knowledge of audiology and a keen interest in improving access to ear and hearing health for everybody in the UK.

The role will include training and development for a clinician looking for a new challenge.
There are opportunities to advance within the group structure.
If you want to learn more about this opportunity or have any questions, please email giusy.maniscalchi@the-ncha.com.

Skills and experience
▪ Qualified audiologist registered with the HCPC
▪ Good relationship-building skills
▪ Understanding of the audiology sector – including opportunities and barriers to change
▪ Excellent writing and speaking skills
▪ Good analytical and fact-finding skills
▪ Good IT (Microsoft Office) and social media skills.
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To express your interest in this job in the first instance, please send your CV and a brief cover letter to giusy.maniscalchi@the-ncha.com