First listed on: 24 April 2024

Audiologist - Lismore

  • Permanent full time position
  • Enjoy a nine-day fortnight and other flexible work arrangements

It matters more at Hearing Australia

Hearing Australia is a trusted leader in our field. Working across the country, we exist to support and empower people through hearing health when and where they need it.

Your opportunity

As an Audiologist, you’ll support and empower clients of all backgrounds. Working side by side with people who go the extra mile, you’ll also love the feeling of helping children and adults who need us. Our Lismore Centre is based in the CBD. Free parking is conveniently located only a short walk from the office, as are local cafes and the supermarket. The Northern Rivers of New South Wales is a vibrant place to live, work & play! Surrounded by award winning beaches, beautiful national parks, and natural waterways this amazing part of the world is only 90 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the Gold Coast, with Byron Bay a 45 minute drive from the Lismore Centre. Our office is located on the top floor with panoramic views from all clinical offices.

Here’s how you’ll do it:

  • You’ll undertake and maintain a high level of clinical skills through a regular caseload of paediatrics and adult specialist case work (Experience in Paediatric and Adult Specialist is preferred)
  • You’ll experience genuinely rewarding work, liaising with multiple stakeholders to make a real difference in the lives of your clients and their families every day
  • You’ll be provided with ongoing training and development, including opportunities to further your career in Clinical Training and/or Business Management  

What you’ll bring

We believe the successful candidate with thrive in a client centred environment where they can provide exceptional and friendly service in conjunction with managing complex medical administration.

  • Sound knowledge of clinical Audiology and procedures in accordance with Australian Audiology standards
  • Sound knowledge of Hearing Services Program
  • Exposure to National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) scheme
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Willingness and flexibility to travel to other locations to undertake clinical work
  • Ability to support business changes to clinical practice, products and policies

What matters most? Your drive to help anyone and everyone who needs us. And you’ll see your role as a real responsibility and an incredible opportunity to make an impact on lives across the country.

Why Hearing Australia?

There’s so much to love about a role with us. But our people say there’s three things that set us and their careers apart. They’re about:

  • How we do what we do: Our vision is to deliver the best hearing solutions for anyone, anytime, anywhere. At Hearing Australia, you’ll know you’re making a contribution that really means something
  • Who we work with: Here, you’ll support and empower clients of all backgrounds. That’s what drives our teams and what makes them so special
  • Where we’re going next: As our industry evolves, we’re committed to learning and improving what we do and how we do it, and building an organisation where everyone can thrive.

What does that mean for you?

As an Audiologist, you’ll know that every day, your work is helping children and adults who need us. Just ask Madeleine one of our dedicated Audiologists about why they choose to work with us:

“One of our values is ‘making our clients’ day’, but it’s about making each other’s day, too. Everyone works together to create a great workforce that we’re excited to keep coming back to.”

You’ll also enjoy a range of benefits, including:

  • Additional 2 rostered days off each month for our full time team members
  • Attractive salary package includes a generous 15.4% superannuation
  • Flexible work arrangement opportunities to support work, personal and family

Lets create the gold standard of hearing care

We will require the successful candidate to be willing to have a Police Check conducted (we pay) and must have rights to work in Australia.

Hearing Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and embraces diversity, equity and inclusion. One of our core values is to build a diverse and inclusive culture from within.

We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and applicants from different cultures who are bilingual to apply.

We are committed to facilitating a barrier-free recruitment process and work environment. If you require any accommodations, we welcome you to let us know so we can work with you to participate fully in our recruitment experience.

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