Clinical

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General Audiologist

Our General Audiologists work across all of our client groups. This includes the opportunity to help young children and providing remote outreach services.

In line with Australian Hearing’s commitment to growing and supporting the audiology profession, you will also have the opportunity to supervise provisional practitioners.

Senior Audiologist

Our Senior Audiologists work with a particular client group: Paediatric (0-26 years of age) and adult clients with complex needs.  Our Senior Audiologists will also often take a leadership role in a Centre, guiding junior audiologists through more complicated cases.

Clinical Coach

Clinical Coaches are responsible for coaching and developing our clinicians, and for the provision of quality clinical services. They are responsible for the clinical training and standards across an entire region of Centres.

Clinical Coaches support Managers to set clinical priorities within the region and to support the development of clinicians within that region.

Principal Audiologist

This is one of the most senior roles for an audiologist. Principal Audiologists establish internal clinical standards across each of our client groups and are responsible for the maintenance of these standards.

In light of the high regard in which our Principal Audiologists are held across the audiology profession, they are regularly called upon to advise government bodies and to advance audiology practices in Australia.