Audiologist Part time

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    Auckland Health Jobs
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    negotiable / month
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    22 hours ago
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Audiologist permanent positions Part-time 0.30 FTE up to 0.40 FTENorth Shore and Waitakere HospitalWaitemata District Health Board (DHB) serves the largest DHB population in New Zealand providing services to more than 630,000 people and employing more than 8,000 staff.We have a diverse population with complex, interesting and challenging presentations. Our organisations values and promise statement is – “Best Care for Everyone”, which serve to inspire us to continuously improve to provide the best care possible to every person and their family.Located in a world class harbour city, Waitemata DHB operates over two sites, North Shore Hospital on the shores of Takapuna’s Lake Pupuke, and Waitakere Hospital within sight of West Auckland’s green belt. You will be working across both hospital sites managing dedicated audiology clinic sessions.Seize this wonderful opportunity to join us in New Zealand’s largest city where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails shopping malls, public transport, schools and public parks.We require a part-time Audiologist on a 0.30 FTE up to 0.40 FTE per week to join our supportive and professional team. The Audiology service provides both hearing assessments and hearing aids to our adult population across both locations. You will also be responsible for the servicing and the maintenance of all audiology equipment and annual equipment audits. You will work closely with our Senior Medical Officers in providing them with hearing assessments for patients, as well as working with other multiple stakeholders.Coupled to this you will be responsible for managing the government funding requirements of hearing aids for our patients. Essential: Ability to work independently Masters of Clinical Audiology (or equivalent) with post graduateMust be Full Member of NZ Audiological Society and qualification (CCC’s qualification). Desired:Experience with adult hearing aid fittings and hearing assessmentsAbility to work independently Highly self-motivatedHigh degree of skill in planning and multitasking Good command of both written and spoken English Attention to detail and record keepingAbility to work in a teamBenefit:Gain valuable general public hospital experienceWorking in an environment that involves multiple and different stakeholdersBe part of process to design and promote the audiology service/s that best serves our community and WDHBWork in ORL sub-specialties i.e. Head and neck, Rhinology and Otology within the ORL service If this role sounds appealing, then please