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Healthcare Scientist Specialist - Paediatric Audiology (Glasgow)
You will work in hospital, community and educational locations across the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area and be part of the wider multidisciplinary team that supports hearing impaired and deaf children. The Audiology Team supports an Audiological Physician, ENT and community paediatrics. Based in the new Royal Hospital for Children, an acute tertiary paediatric centre of excellence; the department supports the wider specialist services such as Oncology, Cleft, and Cystic Fibrosis. The Audiologists offer specialist clinics in Auditory Processing Disorders and Sound Sensitivity, and support ENT in post grommet assessments. The department has a multidisciplinary approach and has good established links with paediatrics, education and Speech and Language Therapy. You will be involved in detailed audiometric assessments for all ages of children, including those with additional needs, and be responsible for managing a caseload of hearing aid users and making independent decisions regarding their habilitation/rehabilitation with amplification. At band 6, you will have a delegated departmental responsibility for a specific area of the service provision such as bone anchored hearing devices.