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Audiology Jobs in the Commercial Sector

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Have you ever considered working for a hearing aid manufacturer? Here are two fabulous opportunities.

Product Manager and an Audiologist and Assistant Product Manager.

·         As for the Product Manager, ideally we would like a qualified Audiologist to take on this role but the candidate must have the broader skill set to cover Product Management in all its facets.

·         For the Audiologist and Assistant Product Manager, qualification as an Audiologist is essential but we are looking for someone that has a commercial aspect to their background and aspirations as well.

Basic employment information in terms of salaries and other benefits.
·         Product Manager:

o   Annual Salary Band:        £35,000 to £40,000

o   Fully Expensed Company Car

o   Annual on target bonus percentage: 10% of annual salary

o   Membership of Pension Fund – Company contributes 5%

o   Annual Leave is 25 working days.

o   Life Insurance: 4 x annual salary

·         Audiologist & Assistant Product Manager:

o   Annual Salary Band:        £30,000 to £35,000

o   Annual on target bonus percentage: 10% of annual salary

o   Membership of Pension Fund – Company contributes 5%

o   Annual Leave is 25 working days.

o   Life Insurance: 4 x annual salary

To apply for either of these positions send your CV to us ASAP, click here.

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Audiologist Job

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Employer:       University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

Department:  Audiology Department
Location:        Stoke On Trent
Salary:             £20,710 to £26,839 pa

Job Type:        Fixed Term Temporary
Staff Group:   Healthcare Scientists
Pay Scheme:  Agenda for change
Pay Band:       5
Working pattern:  Full-time 

Closing Date:           11/10/2009 
Interview Date:      26/10/2009 


If we receive a high volume of applications we reserve the right to close any vacancies from further applications. Please ensure you apply without delay if you wish to be considered for this role.

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The University Hospital of North Staffordshire is looking to recruit a temporary full time Audiologist to the Audiology Department.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, well motivated, innovative resourceful, flexible and reliable character to join our multi-disciplinary team.

You will possess a BSc. in Audiology or BAAT part 1 and 2 and have relevant NHS experience consistent with your qualifications. Candidates should be building their portfolio towards becoming State Registered and have full professional body membership. Your work base will be the University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust but travelling throughout North Staffordshire to community clinics will be an essential requirement of the post.

You will be providing a comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitation service for our Adult patients. Additionally there may be the opportunity to become involved in some of the other varied clinics that we offer such as tinnitus, paediatric, bone anchored hearing aid and audio-vestibular assessments.

The department is extremely well equipped with modern technology; we have very good educational resources both within the department and medical institute.

This temporary contract will cease in August 2010
Closing Date: Sunday 11th October 2009
Interview Date: Monday 26th October 2009

All criminal convictions or cautions will be disclosed by the Criminal Records Bureau to the Trust. Possession of a criminal conviction does not automatically make an applicant unsuitable for employment in the NHS. However some offences may preclude an applicant from having access to patients.

Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test . The UK Border Agency requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. For further information please visit UK Border Agency website.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION about your application. Please read. . . . . . . . . . . .


2. Flexible working will be considered in line with Trust policies

3. Please note that non-NHS applicants with no previous NHS experience will ordinarily be appointed to the minimum of the band

4. Unless otherwise stated, if applying for a job within the European Union, you must ensure that you are already authorised to work there and provide evidence of such authorisation at interview stage

5. University Hospital NHS Trust is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from everyone regardless of ethnicity, disability, gender, age, faith or sexual orientation. The Trust seeks to establish a workforce as diverse as the population it serves.


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Contact details

If you would like to talk to somebody about this vacancy then please contact:

Contact Name
Clair Cank
Email Address
(01782) 552047

CRB Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Criminal Records Bureau to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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Graduate Audiology Jobs

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

Being a graduate audiologist in 2009 you’ll be facing one of the toughest economic periods to enter the jobs market. BUT there is hope! Let me explain;

You’re at the beginning of your career with potentially more options at this stage of your career than later on the ladder. Every year a substantial portion of graduates takes the plunge and “take a break” or even do a “gap-year” abroad, some will follow the academic route, others may take up research and advance the knowledge field of audiology, the majority will take permanent or locum audiology jobs in public sector / NHS and a few will take up the private sector route.

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It boils down to options. You have a lot even though all may not be feasible at this point in time. Think them over, be open minded, consider your 40 year career plan ahead, the different phases and what will be you’re the initial best move and then… take that big step.

Regardless of your choice, we’re here to help and here to talk to. Should you consider taking up a perm or locum audiology job send us your CV by clicking here.

All the best!

The Audio Team

The Credit Crunch and Audiology Jobs

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

Ohh not another CC report!!

I hear you forte claritas. In english I guess that possibly translates to loud and clear. Okay, I will not bore you. In short, we have a few locums looking for jobs in and around London, however we have a few audiology locums willing to work anywhere. Should you know of any vacant positions please drop us an email,
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Paediatric Audiologist Jobs

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

We have a few Paediatric Audiologist Jobs vacant or becoming vacant in the near future.The audiology positions are available in the following locations:
  1. Central London, and
  2. Greater London (1 hour by train from the City)


Title:                         Specialist Paediatric Audiologist / Deputy Head of Service.


Band:                         7


Directorate/Dept.:   Patient Services - Audiology


Reporting to:           Clinical Lead – Community Audiology


Accountable to:      Children’s Services Manager



To carry out hearing assessments on children from birth to age 19, and to record the clinical outcome in accordance with agreed protocols, including assessment of children with additional special or complex needs


To participate in the training of Audiology Support Workers as required.

To support the head of department in the planning and delivery of clinical services and deputise as necessary






  • To work on an autonomous basis within the Audiology Service and record and action clinical outcomes in accordance with agreed protocols.


  • To be clinically responsible for the onward referral of patients to other appropriate agencies e.g. ENT consultants and effectively communicate these outcome decisions to the patients and carers.


  • To perform a variety of objective and subjective procedures for hearing assessment on children, with the guidance of the head of service where appropriate.


  • To communicate outcome decision to the parents / carers / patient in a way that is understood by all including working with interpreters or signers where appropriate.
  • To deputise for the head of department at meetings where necessary and provide high quality clinical and organisational information to the trust, and external bodies.
  • To undertake hearing assessments in special schools with support from the          head of service where appropriate, including assessments for children who are undergoing statementing.
Key Relationships

Clinical Lead – Community Audiology

Professional Audiology and paediatric staff within department.

Children’s Services Manager

Children’s Services Admin team

ENT services and Audiology staff in acute services


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Audiology Jobs in and around London

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

Here is a few of the jobs available this week. These Audiology jobs are in central or on the perimiter of London.

There are more London positions available not listed here. Apart from London we have quite a few Audiology Jobs in the Midlands and also in North and north East England. Should you require information on these please contact us below.

1. Chief Audiologist Job
Just outside London
£29,091 to £38,352 pa
Band 7

Audiology is graphically situated within the departments of ENT, where we support 6 Consultants and Audiological Medicine.

We provide the full range of specialised and routine diagnostic testing including ABR, both in the outpatient department and in theatre, DPOAE testing, VRA and speech audiometry along with our ENT clinic commitment at five centres across the district.

Our rehabilitation service includes digital hearing aid prescription using Auditbase across all of our sites, and so a flexible approach to working off-site is essential.
We also work closely with our ENT colleagues to provide assessment and fitting of bone anchored hearing aids.

The audiology department has developed into a highly specialised diagnostic oto-neurological centre that includes postuography, VNG, ENG, caloric and rotatory chair measurements. The balance centre has a multidisciplinary approach, led by the Consultant Audiological Physician and includes vestibular physiotherapists providing on site rehabilitation.

As Team Leader we would expect you to be competent in all of the above areas.

All applicants must be ready to work in a busy but very friendly, supportive department and hold a BSc/MSc in Audiology or equivalent.

The successful applicant will be fully integrated in to every element of our service and given training where required.

Audiological Scientist Job
Central London

Candidates are invited to apply for the position of Audiological Scientist to join our friendly multidisciplinary. The department is recognised as a major teaching centre of excellence for all professionals involved in the care of patients with hearing and balance disorders and provides full diagnostic investigations of patients with Neuro-Otological problems.

The post provides an exciting opportunity to develop experience in advanced auditory and vestibular test techniques, in this specialised field of Neuro-Otology. Clinical research and teaching are actively encouraged.

Applicants must have a MSc in Audiology, certificate of clinical competence or equivalent and HPC or RCCP state registration is desirable.

The successful candidate will work with the Principal Clinical Scientist (Audiology), two part-time Band 7 Audiologists and a Band 6 Audiologist within the department.

We offer our staff an interest free ticket loan, a subsidised social club including gym and swimming facilities, a library for staff to use, free independent and confidential support for all staff and large retail discounts.

We value and promote diversity and equality in the workplace.

Audiologist – Paediatrics Job
East London
£27,718 – 36,809 p.a. inc
The PCT was established on 1 April 2001, to improve the health and well-being of local people through commissioning health services, directly providing community health services and developing general practice.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a busy Paediatric Audiology Department. We provide a full range of services, including digital hearing aid fitting. We are also in the process of setting up a vestibular clinic. We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Audiologist(s) to support our service. Applicants must have suitable Audiological Qualifications and also be a registered practitioner with either RCCP or HPC.

There is only one vacancy and depending on experience, we intend appointing to one of the above Bands.

Senior Audiologist Job
Central London
£28,924 to £38,591 pa
Band 6

We are currently seeking an individual to join our paediatric Audiology team. We are a busy, dynamic department and enjoy a close working relationship with Consultants in Audiological medicine, ENT surgeons, Teachers of the deaf, speech language therapy and Psychology. We are a teaching hospital, with links to University College of London and we also have a cochlear implant department.

The post holder with relevant previous experience will be responsible for accurate hearing assessment in children of all ages using a wide range of test techniques and for the fitting, verification and evaluation of advanced digital hearing aids.

Supervision of junior team members and university students will also be required.
The successful applicant will have a graduate/post-graduate qualification in Audiology, will be eligible for state registration and will have significant number of years post qualification experience, in paediatric diagnostic and habilitative Audiology.

Experience with all test procedures, including: VRA, play audiometry, Immittance, click and tone-burst threshold ABR, and OAEs; as well as advanced digital hearing aid fitting, verification and evaluation is essential. Experience with vestibular assessment and auditory processing testing is also highly desirable.

Applications are welcome from people wishing to job share or work flexible patterns. We are committed to equal opportunities.

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Senior Clinical Scientist AND Senior Audiologist Jobs

Friday, January 30th, 2009

For ease of reading we have included the following 2 positions in this one post. Both are standing out as excellent opportunities for anyone looking for the next career move.

Senior Clinical Scientist
Midlands, Birmingham

Unfortunately this position is almost closing for applications so please do not waste a minute if you consider to apply. The job description is as follows:

A vacancy has arisen for a Senior Clinical Scientist (Audiology), which offers the opportunity to work in a broad based role with support from an excellent team of professionals to help develop your skills further. The successful applicant will have an MSC in Audiology, CAC and HPC registration. The successful applicant will have the chance to work in all areas of Audiology including adult rehabilitation, vestibular assessment/rehabilitation, paediatric assessment and diagnostic assessment of NHSP referrals. In addition you will be involved in the training of trainee scientists in preparation for their CAC examinations. The department also offers an option to work a “9 day fortnight”. This is a Band 7 position.

To apply send us your CV ASAP, click here.

The second position(s) is available in the South East, where there are Three Band 6 Senior Audiologist Positions available. The roll description reads as follows:

Area of work is an Audiology Department in South East England, Kent
A salary of £24,103-£32,653 per annum, Allied Health Professionals Pay Scheme Agenda for change Pay Band 6, 37.5 hours per week
This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received.
An opportunity has arisen for three Senior/specialist Audiologists to work across the adult services in East Kent. The successful candidates will possess a BSc (Audiology) or equivalent and will be RCCP or HPC registered. The role will be split across multiple sites covering the full range of audiological services. The ideal candidates will have significant experience of working within a busy and diverse adult NHS audiology department, and have a good understanding of paediatric work. East Kent audiology is developing and will be able to provide further opportunities for training and professional enhancement.

To apply send us your CV ASAP, click here.

Clinical Scientist Audiology or Research Scientist Audiologist job/position

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

It is not everyday that you will see one of these.  If you have the qualification and are interested read more….

Job description:
Applications are invited for a clinical scientist or senior post-doctoral researcher  to manage the MRC IHR Clinical Section. You will lead an exciting research programme of applied studies of auditory development, auditory processing disorder and auditory cognition, under the overall direction of Prof. David Moore. Candidates should have either an MSc in Audiology and CAC or a PhD in hearing science, psychology or a related subject such as neuroscience. Substantial research experience is essential. This is a fixed term post until March 2012, with the possibility to continue beyond that date.
Salary  £43,221 – £53,432 per annum, this is a grade 8B position

To apply send us your CV ASAP, click here.

Audiology jobs this week

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Weather you are a student audiologist or you’ve been in the audiological sector for many moons, looking at new opportunities are always good. Let’s take a bloke for instance, you have a car but you will still grab the Auto Trader, Car or Wheels magazine when in a waiting room. Why? Just to stay in touch.
Same thing counts here have a look now and then and make sure you are on track in your own job.

Permanent Audiology Jobs
We have a few jobs available, literally across the country. From the South West, to Kent up through London, the Midlands, East Anglia and the North West.
I will highlight a few exciting opportunities.

Senior Audiologist

£28,924 to £38,591 per annum
An opportunity has arisen to join a team of audiologists who provide Audiology services on 2 sites. The department provides adult and paediatric services. We have close links with a strong ENT and Audiological Medicine department. We are a student placement centre and are affiliated to the a School of Audiology in London. There are several opportunities to become involved in practical training.
You will have a BSc in Audiology or BAAT parts 1&2, BTEC in MPPM & must have voluntary registration with RCCP in preparation for State Registration with HPC. Post graduate students may be considered at a lower grade, with the opportunity to develop.

Specialist Audiologist

£27,718 to £36,809 per annum
We are looking for a Specialist Audiologist with excellent all round skills and experience working within acute adult and paediatric settings. The responsibilities of this Band 6 post will include assessment and rehabilitation support for local adult and paediatric populations.
Our department consists of a friendly, multi-disciplinary team who offer a full range of specialist level Audiological services including an audiologist-led paediatric service. Experience working at a high level of autonomy is therefore essential.
In order to be considered for this post you should be registered with (or eligible to be registered with) the RCCP and be eligible to work in the U.K. (i.e Working holiday Visa, EU passport). Support will be given to ensure that the successful candidate continues their professional development.


£20,225 – £26,123
Band 5
This Audiology Department is looking to recruit a dynamic, forward thinking, motivated Audiologist to join their excellent team.
As a Band 5 Audiologist you will be expected to work using your own initiative selecting, verifying and fitting a range of NHS hearing aids and also undertake a full range of diagnostic audiological tests.
We can offer you the opportunity to develop clinical audiologist skills as the department provides a comprehensive range of audiological services.

If you are interested in our other perm audiology jobs please email me.

Locum Audiology Jobs
Not too many at this stage, however we have a few around London. If you are looking for a locum audiological opportunity please let me know.

Applying from abroad and looking for Audiology Jobs in the UK
Sorry mate, you’ve missed the boat. Okay, not really. There are jobs out there and the majority of expats are looking for a locum job here or there to fuel their travels or to pay off a loan back home (unfortunately the credit crunch will follow you around the globe at this stage). If you’re in this category email me.

If this is of interest to you please send me your CV at your earlies convenience, click here.

Paediatric audiology job opportunity

Friday, January 9th, 2009

It is quite disappointing that there are not more jobs, or rather more opportunities for audiologists in paediatrics. We frequently get requests by audiologists to keep them in the loop should a position open up in paediatrics for someone without any previous experience in this field. This is obviously quite scarce since in the majority of cases you need to hit the ground running.

Today is the day I can say that there is an opportunity for a Band 5 audiologist, or even graduate who would like to pursue a career in Paediatric Audiology. Here are some details:
This is an exiting opportunity for an enthusiastic graduate who wishes to widen their experience with children, management of children with hearing difficulties in their own clinic and hearing aid work. The Department is fully staffed and there is good clinical supervision and training provided by senior audiologist and medical staff. The special clinics include paediatric neuro-otology and Auditory Processing Disorder. The Department is fully equipped with modern equipment. We have a vestibular lab which includes VNG, ENG, Calorics, Posturagraphy and Rotating chair.

Hurry! We only have a few days to submit applications.

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