The Hearing House is a not-for-profit organisation that helps transform the lives of children and adults with hearing loss who have cochlear implants and/or hearing aids. This position is for a full time manager with clinical expertise, leadership and mentoring responsibilities in the area of paediatric habilitation. In addition to administrative responsibilities, it includes clinical diagnosis and intervention in the Under 5 Programme and focus on guiding and coaching parents to teach their children to listen and speak.
Reporting to the Clinical Director and CE, this permanent role will have a caseload with responsibilities to include planning and setting programmes, completing and writing assessments, attending internal and external meetings, completing home visits and maintaining clinical records. Proven experience working with infants and toddlers in a family-centred programme is essential.
This role includes opportunity to collaborate with an experienced and dynamic team on novel clinical and research projects. The ability to provide leadership and assure quality services among reporting staff is a necessary skill. Liaising with external organizations that support the mission of The Hearing House will be integral to the position.
If you have any queries or require a copy of the job description please email email@example.com. CVs can be forwarded by email or post to: Jacqui Grout, Finance and Operations Manager, The Hearing House, PO Box 74022, Greenlane, Auckland
This role is ideal for an experienced and qualified Speech Language Therapist with LSLS Cert. AVT standing. There is an expectation that the person in this role will provide mentoring and support training in LSLS Cert. AVT to junior staff.
The successful candidate must have the capacity to work autonomously and contribute within a working environment of passionate team players committed to delivering quality outcomes and services to the deaf and hearing-impaired community. The ability to be resourceful and communicate effectively, both from a written and verbal perspective, is paramount.
Internal Number: THH1
About The Hearing House
The Hearing House is a charity for deaf children and their families, and deaf adults. Our goal is to:
Teach deaf and hearing-impaired children to listen and speak. We aim to help these children reach their full potential by supporting them so they can listen and speak at the same level as their hearing peers.??
Give adults who need, or have, a cochlear implant access to sound once again. We aim to get adults who have suffered a sudden or gradual hearing loss, and are now severely or profoundly deaf, back into the work force, back into their social circles and into society as a whole.?
We aim to give deaf children and adults the ability to live an independent life in a hearing and speaking world. The Hearing House serves the needs of hundreds of hearing impaired children, their families and adults from Kaitaia to Turangi.