• Working at Taralye is very rewarding and challenging. Our employees are truly passionate about helping hearing impaired and community children reach their full potential.

    Taralye, a not-for-profit organisation, is a leader in the provision of services for children who are deaf throughout Victoria. Established in 1968, Taralye’s vision is that “Children who are deaf will listen, learn and speak to their full potential”. Services include an audiology/otology clinic, an early intervention program, inclusive early childhood programs and support for school-aged children.

    Taralye is an equal opportunity employer and a child-safe organisation. The preferred applicants will need to satisfactorily complete pre-employment checks including a National Police Check and Working With Children Check.

    Vacant positions will be advertised here when they become available, or if you have the drive to join our hard-working team and would like to express an interest to work at Taralye, please email information@taralye.vic.edu.au with a brief covering letter and your resume.

  • Paediatric Audiologist
    Taralye Blackburn

    Taralye, a not-for-profit organisation, is a leader in the provision of services for children who are deaf throughout Victoria. Established in 1968, Taralye’s vision is that “Children who are deaf will listen, learn and speak to their full potential”. Services include an audiology and otology clinic, an early intervention program, inclusive early childhood programs and support for school-aged children.

    Taralye’s Audiology and Otology Clinic provides a comprehensive paediatric audiology service and is now seeking a paediatric audiologist to join the team. The clinic has a varied, interesting and challenging caseload complemented by significant peer support and mentoring. This position is 0.6 EFT based at Blackburn.

    Reporting to the Director of Audiology and Otology Services, the role has responsibility for providing:

    • A full range of diagnostic paediatric hearing assessments, including ABR, ASSR, OAE
    • Support to Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital Spoke clinic at Taralye
    • Support to Taralye’s consultant Ear, Nose and Throat specialist.
    • Support to the Victorian Infant Hearing Screening Program
    • Supervision and training of Audiology students.

    Applicants should ideally have experience in most aspects of diagnostic assessment. Experience with hearing aids and cochlear implants is desirable but not essential.

    Postgraduate qualifications in Audiology and eligibility for membership of Audiology Australia is essential. Training will be provided as required and access to professional development, supervision and peer support will be available.

    A position description is available on request.

    Enquiries and requests for a position description to: 

    Judy Rogers – Director, Audiology & Otology Services
    Tel: 03 9875 6650
    Email: judy@taralye.org.au

    OR

    Rosslyn Johnston – Paediatric Audiologist
    Tel: 03 9875 6650
    Email: rosslyn@taralye.org.au

    Applications close: Monday 4th December 2017

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