Australian Hearing's values are based on care, respect, integrity, teamwork and innovation. We offer a rewarding graduate program and are looking for people who are talented, motivated, resourceful and flexible.
At Australian Hearing, we offer a clinical graduate program that gives you access to:
Comprehensive 12 month clinical internship training program
Ongoing learning and development opportunities
A culture where client care is our primary focus
The latest advances in hearing aid technology and innovative services
Work opportunities Australia-wide leading to exciting and diverse career pathways
Unique opportunities to work with a wide range of clients such as children, adults with complex hearing and communication needs, and Indigenous people
Networking with other Graduate Audiologists through our national 'Keeping in Touch' program
The opportunity to work a combination of metro and rural centres (in selected regions)
Ongoing reward and recognition
Applicants will need to demonstrate a history of academic achievement, however we also value your work experience, extra curricular achievements and community involvement.
Before applying please ensure that you:
Are completing a Master of Audiology in 2013
Are available to commence orientation and training from December 2013 and by February 2014
Are willing to undergo health and background checks