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Ontario

Hearing Aid Practitioner

HearingLife Canada, and National Affiliated Providers, is the largest provider of hearing healthcare service in Canada. Working in unison with the National Campaign for Better Hearing’s awareness campaign (campaignforbetterhearing.org), our core philosophy is to “do what is best for the client” while increasing awareness of the effects of hearing loss and the benefits of hearing devices.

At HearingLife we are the Modern Hearing Care Professionals: Our Purpose is to provide Life-Changing Hearing Health with a Mission of Helping More People Hear Better.

We are hiring Hearing Practitioners in the following Ontario locations, please click the link below to apply or contact Cynthia Abdul directly at cyab@hearinglife.ca

Hawkesbury Recruitment (adp.com)

Clinton Recruitment (adp.com)

Stratford Recruitment (adp.com)

Alexandria ( Temporary 24 to 32 hrs/week) Recruitment (adp.com)

Huntsville Recruitment (adp.com)

Peterborough Recruitment (adp.com)

Windsor/Essex Recruitment (adp.com)

What we offer:

  •  Evenings and weekends off
  • Competitive salary and compensation package
  • Full health benefits coverage
  • Supportive and collaborative clinic teams
  • Career growth and development opportunities

What you will do: 

Reporting to our Clinic Manager/Regional Manager, your first-class service of delivering excellent client care will be demonstrated as you perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Complete audiological assessments
  • Hearing instrument evaluations and follow-up
  • Hearing instrument fittings and dispensing
  • Hearing instrument rechecks
  • Assistive Listening Device recommendations
  • Cerumen management
  • Client follow-up
  • Counselling and Aural Rehabilitation
  • Individual and group aural rehabilitation
  • Diagnostic testing for an ENT

Professional Duties 

  • Collaboration in development of best practice guidelines and other care protocols
  • Participation in rounds
  • Maintain professional credentials and continued education
  • Supervise or mentor students and new staff

Hearing Healthcare Centre Regional Support Duties 

  • Presentations to community groups in HHC region
  • Participation in Company marketing initiatives

What you will need: 

  •  Registered and in good standing with applicable Provincial College of Speech and Language Pathologists ( CASLPO or AHIP)
  • Interest and/or experience with hearing instrument dispensing
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to work in a collegial team environment

 

HearingLife Canada is committed to building an inclusive environment and will provide accommodations in accordance with the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act). Please clearly indicate in your application any accommodations you will require throughout the recruitment process.

While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Alexandria

Hearing Aid Practitioner/Audiologist

HearingLife Canada, and National Affiliated Providers, is the largest provider of hearing healthcare service  in Canada. Working in unison with the National Campaign for Better Hearing’s awareness campaign  (campaignforbetterhearing.org), our core philosophy is to “do what is best for the client” while increasing  awareness of the effects of hearing loss and the benefits of hearing devices. 

At HearingLife we are the Modern Hearing Care Professionals: Our Purpose is to provide Life-Changing  Hearing Health with a Mission of Helping More People Hear Better. 

We are hiring a Temporary 18 month Contract ( Clinic hours are Monday -Thursday 9am to 5pm) at our  HearingLife Alexandria Clinic

What we offer: 

  • Evenings and weekends off
  • Competitive salary and compensation package
  • Full health benefits coverage
  • Supportive and collaborative clinic teams
  • Career growth and development opportunities

What you will do: 

Reporting to our Clinic Manager/Regional Manager, your first-class service of delivering excellent client  care will be demonstrated as you perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Complete audiological assessments
  • Hearing instrument evaluations and follow-up
  • Hearing instrument fittings and dispensing
  • Hearing instrument rechecks
  • Assistive Listening Device recommendations
  • Cerumen management
  • Client follow-up
  • Counselling and Aural Rehabilitation
  • Individual and group aural rehabilitation
  • Diagnostic testing for an ENT

Professional Duties 

  • Collaboration in development of best practice guidelines and other care protocols • Participation in rounds
  • Maintain professional credentials and continued education
  • Supervise or mentor students and new staff

Hearing Healthcare Centre Regional Support Duties 

  • Presentations to community groups in HHC region
  • Participation in Company marketing initiatives

What you will need: 

  • Registered and in good standing with applicable Provincial College of Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Interest and/or experience with hearing instrument dispensing
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to work in a collegial team environment

Please submit your application by clicking the link below or email Cynthia Abdul, Talent Acquisition and  Employer Branding Lead at cyab@hearinglife.ca

Recruitment (adp.com) – Alexandria, ON

HearingLife Canada is committed to building an inclusive environment and will provide accommodations in accordance with the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act). Please clearly indicate in your application any accommodations you will require throughout the recruitment process.

While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Welland/St. Catharines and Burlington

2 FULL-TIME HEARING INSTRUMENT SPECIALISTS

Sense of Hearing Canada is an independently owned and operated hearing healthcare company that has been in business for over 20 years. With 14 clinics in Ontario and growing, we are committed to providing a broad-range of top-quality hearing healthcare services to the patients we serve, and a network of opportunities to the hearing healthcare professionals we employ.

About the Role

To further support our internal growth, Sense of Hearing Canada is seeking experienced, motivated and reliable full-time Hearing Instrument Specialists, to join our multi-disciplinary team of hearing healthcare professionals in the regions of Welland/St. Catharines and also Burlington. This close knit team of hearing healthcare professionals take pride in presenting their patients with a warm and educational hearing healthcare experience.  

As a member of the team, the successful candidate will enjoy every opportunity in building ongoing relationships with their patients throughout their hearing healthcare journey; starting from their initial consultation, technology selection, fitting and through to their continued follow-up care.

Qualifications

Hearing Instrument Dispensing License.
Registered with the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario. (AHIP).
Must have ADP Authorizer Status.
Minimum 2 Years of Clinical Experience.

The successful candidate must possess both exceptional interpersonal communication and clinical diagnostic skills and also be able to work independently, or in a collegial team environment as needed. Your professional experience must include: hearing assessments on patients of all ages, including children above the age of 7, cerumen management and the selection, evaluation, fitting and follow-up of hearing aids and Assistive Listening Devices. 

Compensation

Sense of Hearing offers a competitive compensation package.

Additional Benefits

Professional Dues Support (Annually).
Benefits – Health, Dental and Life.
Vacation – Starting with 4 weeks.
Professional Dues Paid by the Company.
Support for Ongoing Education and Learning.
Clinics equipped with State-of-the-Art Hearing Healthcare Technology.

How to Apply

Please submit your resume to Norman Mele, Au.D., norman.mele@senseofhearing.ca

For further information about Sense of Hearing, please also visit our website www.senseofhearing.ca All inquiries will be kept in complete confidence.

 

Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge

PART-TIME HEARING INSTRUMENT SPECIALIST

TRI-CITY HEARING AND BALANCE CARE is a proud member of the Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge community, providing access to the latest in state-of-the-art hearing technology. It is our pleasure to provide free adult hearing assessments and complimentary hearing aid consultations as patients begin their journey toward a hearing solution that suits their unique needs. We also offer Tinnitus management services, unlimited hearing aid maintenance and custom ear plugs for a range of hearing protection needs.

ABOUT THE CLINIC:

Independently owned and operated, our philosophy at Tri-City Hearing and Balance Care is to work closely with each patient, exploring options until all concerns are dealt with to the patient’s complete satisfaction. Located in Kitchener, Ontario. Provide for the needs of the entire tri-city area.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

We are seeking to add a part-time, Hearing Instrument Specialist to our staff. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, personable and dedicated to our goal of a highly personalized hearing solution for each patient. Your job will be to journey alongside patients through their acceptance of hearing loss, the process of selecting and fitting a hearing aid and any follow-up care they require in getting used to their hearing aids. At Tri-City, you’ll find a culture dedicated to supporting your professional development, as well, through continued education and training that keeps your expertise and your knowledge of technology advancements sharp  and up-to-date.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct and analyze hearing assessments, determining the type and severity of the patient’s hearing loss.
  • Prescribe, fit and dispense hearing aids and accessories.
  • Provide any needed counseling to patients, as well as their families and caregivers, on what to expect as the patient begins using a hearing aid; that includes being available for questions that arise after the patient’s initial fitting.
  • Support clinic marketing and patient outreach efforts.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience in the fitting and programming of hearing aids, as well as in providing instruction regarding the operation and maintenance of hearing aids and accessories.
  • Knowledge and skills necessary to troubleshoot hearing aid problems and provide solutions, including repairs and replacement of parts.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to build strong patient relationships, and provide useful, empathetic counseling and follow-up for both patients and their loved ones/caretakers.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Registered with AHIP and ADP.
  • Must be familiar with WSIB, ODSP/OW, DVA, and GS coverages/scheduling.
  • Fluent English, both written and spoken.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send resumes to tricityhearingandbalancecare@outlook.com