Australian Hearing is 70 years old – we were established after World War Two to look after Aussie returned service men and women, as well as to help children who were affected by the rubella outbreak of the 1940s.
Currently we have around 1,250 employees
Women comprise over 80% of our workforce
We have over 530 sites across the country (142 permanent)
30% of our employees work part-time
Disability affects over 9% of our workforce
50% of our executives are female
Our staff were born in over 50 countries and speak 59 languages
Our staff rank us in the top quarter of employers in Australia (as per the independent employee engagement survey conducted by Aon Hewitt in November 2016)
Australian Hearing has a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) – which drives our goals and objectives in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment and general servicing
Internationally-renowned National Acoustics Laboratories (NAL) is our research facility
Well-known country music star Troy Cassar-Daley is Australian Hearing’s Ambassador. His song I Can Hear You Now was inspired by those who are hearing for the first time or are hearing again after living in silence for many years.