Audiologist Specialist – Audiology

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£33,072 – £40,736 a year
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The Audiology Service provides a highly specialist clinical, rehabilitative and technical support to patients referred to the service via various routes. The role of the band 6 Audiologist is to deliver audiology support for work of both a complex and routine nature. Your main duties will be specialist audiological assessment, rehabilitation of patients, and development, implementation and evaluation programmes of care to ensure delivery of high quality care for patients. To provide support to the Head of Audiology to achieve service objectives, waiting times targets and implement work programmes. The work undertaken can be delivered via numerous locations including large district general hospitals, health centres, community hospitals, nursing homes and patient homes; your location for duty may vary to suit the needs of the service. It is essential that you hold an Audiology BSc or equivalent such as BAAT Parts 1 & 2 with NC Physiological Measurement and can demonstrate significant post-qualification experience. Current full registration with RCCP is essential for this post. You will be employed for 37.5hours per week and working patterns may change to suit the needs of the service. The shift pattern for this post is 0800-1752 hrs / 4 days per week but may vary due to the needs of the service. Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Packs NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have. By signing the Armed Forces Covenant, NHSGGC has pledged its commitment to being a Forces Friendly Employer. We support applications from across the Armed Forces Community, recognising military skills, experience and qualifications during the recruitment and selection process.