Audiologist (NHS Service)
We offer audiologists the opportunity to move from clinic to domiciliary, taking audiology into the patient's own home. Working with the latest technology and a fantastic support team, you can help us deliver the very best domiciliary care to our growing and loyal NHS customers.
What's on offer?
- An annual salary of up to £35k pa pro-rata, depending on experience.
- Company car
- Flexible contracts, working full or part-time.
- Full daily support by a whole office of friendly assistants.
- The latest portable equipment.
- Career progression opportunities.
- Additional benefits.
You will be a qualified audiologist, offering the perfect blend of customer care and professional excellence. You will be passionate about your customers and going the extra mile. You will be clinically focused and looking for a role where you can build a great relationship with your patient, giving them the best possible service.
- Manage a daily schedule of adults with hearing loss.
- Pure Tone Audiometry, including masking as required.
- Tests for non-organic hearing loss.
- Testing for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.
- Taking aural impressions and selection of appropriate ear moulds.
- Programming/fitting of appropriate hearing instruments.
- Make onward referrals to medical professionals as necessary.
- Provision of a whole, structured, patient-centric aftercare programme to ensure maximum satisfaction.
- Provide support for individuals with hearing loss.
- Use appropriate outcome measures, both subjective and objective, to ensure hearing instruments provide maximum benefit and use evidence-based practice to support this.
- Use of Real Ear Measurement equipment to validate and verify hearing instrument fittings.
- To commit to lifelong learning to ensure that you keep up to date with the latest developments in Audiology.
- To be responsible for daily maintenance of test equipment and arrange calibration with Head Office as and when required.
- To provide ear care and wax removal where needed (training provided).
- To follow best practice principles with regards to infection prevention control in the workplace.
- To meet the appropriate level of expertise, and register with the HCPC as a Hearing Aid Dispenser if required in the future.(Training and support provided to achieve registration).
- Demonstrate the ability to reflect on own practice with peers and management and to identify own strengths and development needs.
- To be responsible for own professional actions and recognise own professional boundaries and seek advice from others.
- To contribute as part of a clinical team and be willing to discuss patient needs with others.
- To attend appropriate supervision and training to maintain skills and knowledge.
- To be responsible for maintaining own CPD records.
- To understand the principles of clinical governance and its application to professional practice in Audiology.
- Ensure you are aware and comply with all policies and procedures.