The Company: This organisation offers bone anchored hearing systems and cochlear implant solutions, which address the needs of different patient groups. Their solutions benefit people with hearing loss, specialised to address the needs of those who face the hardest hearing challenges. Their dedicated team work in partnership with Hearing Implant centres throughout the UK and Ireland, to achieve the best possible hearing outcomes for patients.
The Position: A fantastic opportunity has arisen within their Clinical Support Team for a Clinical Regional Manager, reporting directly into the Clinical Team Leader / Manager and Sales & Marketing Director.
Why Should You Apply?
- An opportunity to work in a specialist uncrowded market place.
- You will working for one of a small handful of companies supplying products into the NHS.
- As the role involves patient contact, you will be able to see how these products really do transform lives and make a huge difference to the patient.
- You will be working for an organisation which really does put people first.
Basic salary: £40,000 - 45,000
Area working: South East or South West England
Products: Cochlear Implants
You will be a Qualified Audiologist with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in cochlear implant programming. You will have the ability to travel extensively and stay away from home as required by the role (this will be UK and internationally for training, conferences and occasionally to support other countries in clinical support).
- The Clinical Support role is principally responsible for the clinical support of cochlear implant customer accounts in a designated territory but will also cover whole of the UK and Ireland when required to cover holiday or absence of other team members and cover BA audiology support as required although this will be a much smaller focus of the role.
- You will deal with Auditory Implant centers, ENT Surgeons, Clinical Scientists, Audiologists, Speech Language Therapists, Teachers of the Deaf, Engineers, Physicists, CI & BA Patients & their families.
- Your responsibilities will include clinical work, running & organising training events, and candidate & implanted patient support events.
- You will work collaboratively with other colleagues and teams within the organisation in order to ensure the highest standards of care and support are provided to CI & BA users and professionals.
- You will also facilitate and support awareness activities within NHS Audiology Departments, Hearing Aid dispensers and other organisations that are part of the care pathway of deaf & hard of hearing patients in the UK/Ireland.