Auckland District Health Board is the home of New Zealand's largest public sector Audiology Service and the National Audiology Centre.The service operates clinics based at the Greenlane Clinical Centre and Starship Children's Health. The Audiology Service holds the audiological advisory contract with the Ministry of Health, runs training courses and has a Community Hearing Team.
Exciting opportunities exist for extensive development of your professional and clinical skills in the following areas:
Paediatric Audiology: ABR neonatal testing, infant and preschool diagnostic hearing assessments, paediatric hearing aid fittings (air and bone conduction), evoked potential testing, auditory processing assessments , cochlear implants and counselling.
Adult Audiology: Diagnostic assessments, hearing aid fitting and rehabilitation, assistive listening devices, tinnitus assessments, vestibular assessments, evoked potential testing and cochlear implants.
You will also work closely with other professional groups such as ORL specialists, Ear Nurse Specialists, Paediatricians, Advisors of the Deaf, Hearing Therapists, Oncologists, Neurologists and Speech Language Therapists.
We have a close working relationship with the University of Auckland Masters of Audiology Programme and are the main provider of student learning clinics. We are actively engaged in a variety of research projects and enourage and support continuing education.
You will hold professional qualification in Audiology. Support is given to new graduates to obtain their Certificate of Clinical Competence which needs to be completed to become a full member of the society.
For further information about membership, contact New Zealand Audiology Society at http://www.audiology.org.nz/