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Audiologist

Job Reference: 190-7293-HAN-A

Employer:
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Audiology
Location:
Sheffield
Salary:
£23,023 - £29,608 p/a pro rata for part time

An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Audiologist to join our friendly team of 8 Audiologists and 4 Audiological Assistants.

 

We are looking for a conscientious, motivated and flexible newly qualified or experienced Audiologist.

 

Hearing Services provides a comprehensive service to adults from the Sheffield area and beyond. We provide support to a large ENT and Otoneurology Service in the form of specialist Vestibular Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Services, Tinnitus Therapy Services and BAHA and Middle Ear Acoustic Implants.

 

The Department has been accredited by IQIP’s.

 

You will need to be able to demonstrate competency across all clinical fields of Audiology including, diagnostic assessments of hearing loss, select and fit appropriate hearing aids, take aural impressions and reassess existing patients hearing and aid provision according to BSA protocols.

 

Our aim is to support Sheffield Teaching Hospitals vision:

 

“To be recognised as the best provider of health, clinical research and education in the UK and a strong contributor to the aspiration of Sheffield to be a vibrant and healthy city region"

 

We actively support research projects in conjunction with Neurology and the trust Research and Development Department. This department uses the Auditbase system.



For further details / informal visits contact:

Vicki Proctor/Kay Wright on 0114 2713058




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