Take your audiology career in a new direction

Are you an experienced audiology professional looking to take the next step in your career?

We are looking for an experienced clinician to take on the role of Audiology Professional Development Manager to support our partners across Australia and New Zealand.

Since launching in 2017, Specsavers Audiology has gone from strength to strength, opening 170 locations across Australia and welcoming more than 100 audiology professionals as joint partners. This year we’ve also expanded our operations to New Zealand with nine stores and 12 partners, joining us in 2020.

At Specsavers Audiology we’re committed to supporting our Audiology Partners to enable them to deliver high-quality hearing care across Australia and New Zealand. Every decision we take is in the best interests of the partnership and designed to help our partners grow their business.

That’s where you come in.

The Audiology Professional Development Manager role sits within our Audiology Professional Services and Product team which is part of the wider thirty-strong Specsavers Audiology Support team that plays an essential daily role in supporting and assisting our partners to grow their businesses.

Reporting to the Head of Professional Services and Product and working collaboratively within the wider team, the Audiology Professional Development Manager will drive the continuous improvement of practice standards across Australia and New Zealand.

The role is responsible for the management and promotion of the development of all non-clinical audiology in-store support roles, and the development of a comprehensive professional development program for all audiology roles, maintaining a consistent approach of delivery to support the partnership in the growth, development, and retention of all levels of the store audiology teams.

We’re looking for a candidate that is:

  • A fully qualified Audiologist or Audiometrist (or equivalent) with considerable experience of the industry is essential
  • Has prior experience in managing and/or coordinating training/development programs
  • Has demonstrated capacity to determine priorities, meet strict deadlines and effectively balance competing demands and the ability to work under pressure both independently and as a member of a team
  • Possess excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to prepare and present reports and documentation of high quality and integrity.

The Audiology Professional Development Manager role can be based anywhere in Australia but there will be some travel to our Support Office in Melbourne required.

And as well as a great place to work, and amazing colleagues, here at Specsavers, we support flexible working wherever possible to assist our people in achieving a balance between their work and personal life. We aim to provide flexibility in where, how and when we work. You can find out more about working for us here: www.join.specsavers.com/au/department/support-office


If this sounds like you, or someone you know, then contact zelda.mitchell@specsavers.com

For a confidential, no-obligation discussion contact Julia Hewagama today.

Email: anz.audiologyrecruitment@specsavers.com
Telephone: 0409 015 519

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