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Do you care about hearing health? Would you like to help empower people with hearing loss and promote accessibility in the community for those with hearing loss? Apply for a job with us today. We’ll be posting positions here as they come up, so keep checking this page for new information.

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Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre (IDHHC), is celebrating 25 years serving the geographic region of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.

HEARING HEALTH SERVICES

Audiologists/ Hearing Instrument Practitioners

Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre (IDHHC), celebrating 27 years serving the geographic region of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, is expanding our Hearing Health Services team by adding two Audiologists / Hearing Instrument Practitioners to the team based in our Victoria and Nanaimo locations.

About Us:
IDHHC is the only non-profit specialized social service agency on Vancouver Island serving the needs of Deaf and hard of hearing communities with unique initiatives and accessible specialized services. With a team of devoted professionals we provide leading care for individuals with hearing loss regardless of financial circumstance. Our services include the provision of hearing aids (new and refurbished), technical aids, speechreading and communication supports; employment supports, education, assessments and training; ASL interpreting and captioning; and family and community supports for infants to seniors.

About You:
You are looking for a successful and rewarding career and are a passionate hearing health practioner with a desire to practice outstanding client centered care to make a difference in the lives of those you serve. You have a Master’s Degree in Audiology/ HIS certification with an active license with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC
(CSHHPBC) or eligibility for licensure, as well as Certification with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) or eligibility for certification. You have great organizational and problem-solving skills, excellent written and verbal communication and reporting skills along with the desire to work in a supportive team environment with the ability to work independently. New graduates will hone your skills and be supervised by a respected and seasoned audiologist.

The Work:
The job will include the delivery of comprehensive hearing evaluations and recommendations including the selection and programming of digital hearing aids, dispensing and servicing devices and accessories, as well as follow up care and counseling focused on the individual and their needs. You will provide your expertise and be part of the team that will deliver information and education to individuals, families and the broader community.

The Reward:
Using state of the art audiology equipment and technology in our clinics we provide competitive annual compensation, a comprehensive benefit plan (100% agency paid), above average vacation, professional fee and licensing coverage, as well as professional development opportunities.

Together:
As a growing non-profit organization we are motivated to deliver on a progressive and innovative business plan while maintaining our healthy work/life balance. Collectively we are creative and eager to explore opportunities and partnerships with a desire to improve community outreach and education.

Positions are available immediately and the competition will remain open until a successful candidate is found.

Please submit resume with cover letter and references to:
Executive Director, Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre
130 – 1555 McKenzie Ave., Victoria, BC V8N 1A4
or fax: (250) 592-8199 or e-mail: idhhc@idhhc.ca

April 2019

HEAD OFFICE
#130-1555 McKenzie Avenue Victoria BC V8N 1A4
Voice: 250.592.8144 or 1.800.667.5448
TTY: 250.592.8147 or 1.877.667.5488
Fax: 250.592.8199
Email: idhhc@idhhc.ca www.idhhc.ca
 
#101-75 Front Street Nanaimo BC V9R 5H9
Voice: 250.753.0999 or 1.877.424.3323
TTY: 250.753.0977 or 1.877.424.3323
Fax: 250.753.9601
Email: nanaimo@idhhc.ca www.idhhc.ca