Australian Hearing has a number of comprehensive hearing programs to help Indigenous communities throughout Australia reconnect through better hearing health.
We have a number of Indigenous employees working in clinical and non clinical roles. Some of these people work as Hearing Health Workers and Indigenous Liaison Officers along with their communities to help them access better hearing health and to be better aware of Australian Hearing's services.
Many of the opportunities in your local Hearing Centre will be for Customer Service positions, requiring no qualifications but above all an ability to relate to others and provide good customer service to our hearing impaired clients. Don't underestimate the skills you might have gained by having done voluntary work or by organising events in your community. Australian Hearing jobs are generally advertised in local and sometimes national press and often on Internet sites such as seek.com.au. We also advertise on a regular basis in the Koori Mail and the National Indigenous Times and are often at Indigenous Jobs Markets.
Australian Hearing believes firmly in the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for all roles as they are advertised.
Would you like to know more?
To talk about opportunities at Australian Hearing for Indigenous Australians contact Melissa Spindler on (02) 9412 6887 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, send your details to:
Australian Hearing Hub,
Level 5, 16 University Avenue,
Macquarie University, NSW 2109