An exciting opportunity has arisen for a keen and self- motivated Senior Paediatric Audiologist to join the Community Paediatric Audiology Team within Integrated Community Paediatric Services for 12 months to cover maternity leave.
The position will involve working with children of all ages in both paediatric assessment and habilitation. This post is a community-based position working in a range of settings across East and West Suffolk.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to start their career in Audiology. Helping adults with hearing impairment fulfill their potential. It is a technical assistant role using the latest technology available in the NHS to help adults in their diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss.
We are looking for a meticulously organised, hard-working and enthusiastic person to support our Campaigns and Advocacy Team. Deaf children are some of the most vulnerable and educationally disadvantaged children in the UK today, and our campaigns seek to improve the quality of the services they rely on. The successful candidate will support a busy team aiming to influence local and national decision makers to remove the barriers that deaf children face.
Do you want to be part of a high-performing team that continuously strives for excellence? A team who support and works collaboratively to achieve the best outcomes for our people?
We are looking for someone who strives to provide exceptional customer service and wants to make a real difference. Someone who takes pride in their work, takes ownership and is a team player who works collaboratively with a can-do, outcomes-driven approach.
Do you enjoy providing support on casework and advising managers and staff on policy and procedures with a pragmatic, solutions-focused approach?
Do you strive for excellence in a customer service environment, have a can-do attitude and want to make a real difference?
Could you thrive in an organisation that has learning at the heart of what it does?
We are looking for someone who takes pride in their work, takes ownership and is a team player who works collaboratively and has a can-do, outcomes-driven approach. You will have experience of working in a fast-paced HR/Learning & Development environment and will be used to juggling various priorities.
The Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Manager is an exciting and vital new role at Action on Hearing Loss, in which you will help shape the future direction of the organisation and build on our reputation as a highly progressive employer.
Do you want to specialise in Paediatrics? Do you have some Paediatric audiology experience and are wishing to expand on your knowledge and skills in this area?
An exciting opportunity has become available for a fixed term Band 6 Paediatric Audiologist to join our expanding and ambitious audiologist led service.We are an enthusiastic, dedicated and friendly Paediatric team and welcome your application.Our dynamic department covers all aspects of Paediatric audiology and rehabilitation with the exception of Cochlear and middle ear implantation.
An opportunity has arisen to work in a dynamic tertiary paediatric audiology service in Brighton to cover a period of maternity leave. The duration of the post will be for at least one year and has the potential to be longer. The Brighton service is well known for its clinical excellence and offers a tertiary service to the region. The successful applicant will therefore have a strong background in paediatric audiology, and will ideally be familiar with working with complex children.