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How you can have a positive impact 

Are you interested in people, communities and making a positive impact? Hearing Australia is a modern hearing health company with a long history and an Australia-wide reach. A career with us will feel good, because you'll be able to do good for others. 

Who is Hearing Australia

At Hearing Australia, our purpose is to be caring and to have a positive impact on people’s lives. Everything we do reflects these values – out in the community and within our more than 470 locations across the country.

Support us in our mission to provide world-leading research and hearing services to all Australians and make a positive impact in the community. With over 75 years of experience, Hearing Australia has helped countless Australians connect with their loved ones.  

Over 1,430

current employees


of our workforce are women

Over 470

locations across the country


of our employees work part time

Join our dedicated staff across Australia and contribute to our impactful work.  

Discover Our Career Options 

Working for one of the largest audiology employers in Australia, Hearing Australia provides the advantage of regular opportunities for both internal and external candidates. We fill approximately 250 roles per year in key categories such as clinical, graduate, hearing centre, and corporate positions. 


Graduate Audiologists

Join Hearing Australia as a graduate and gain exceptional clinical skills through our renowned program. Enjoy career progression, competitive remuneration, and flexible working arrangements. Apply for a graduate audiologist position and make a meaningful difference in people's lives. 

General Audiologists

Our General Audiologists work with all client groups, including children and provide remote outreach services. They may also supervise provisional practitioners. 

Clinical Coaches

Our Clinical Coaches coach and develop clinicians, ensuring quality clinical services and training standards across multiple centres in a region. They collaborate with managers to set priorities and support clinician development. 

Principal Audiologists

Our Principal Audiologists, in a senior role, establish internal clinical standards across client groups and maintain them. They are highly respected in the audiology profession and frequently provide advice to government bodies and advance audiology practices in Australia.

Hearing Centre 

Customer Service Officers

Our Customer Service Officers handle various tasks such as scheduling appointments, maintaining files, conducting basic hearing aid repairs, and performing hearing screenings. 

Community Hearing Advisors

Our Community Hearing Advisors focus on marketing and building relationships with key stakeholders to attract new customers and increase referrals. They organise promotional opportunities, meet with GPs, and conduct hearing checks during community engagement events. 

Centre Managers

Our Centre Managers oversee the day-to-day operations of a Hearing Australia Centre, leading teams, developing community relationships, and building team capability. Centre Managers can come from various sources, including clinicians, non-clinical staff, and external candidates. 

General Managers

Our General Managers are responsible for a larger region of approximately 8 to 15 centres, General Managers play a vital role in the overall success of Hearing Australia's business, utilising their business, marketing, and customer service skills. 


Corporate Roles

Hearing Australia's Corporate division, based in Macquarie Park, NSW, offers diverse career opportunities in finance, HR, IT, property, and marketing. We want to employ people who are committed to understanding their internal clients’ needs and then offering a high level of service to them. 

Committed to inclusivity and cultural diversity, our organisation proudly features a dedicated First Nations team that includes valued employees from First Nation communities all across the business. 

The flags of the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander peoples

Hearing Australia acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land that we live and work on, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.