Careers with the Hear for Norfolk

Hear for Norfolk is dedicated to improving the lives of people with all degrees of hearing loss. This is achieved by providing hearing aid maintenance, otoscopy screening, aural care using microsuction, emotional support, information on hearing loss and related conditions, and training. Due to services expansion, we are seeking skilled, experienced and professional candidates to join our charity:

Adult Audiology Service Manager

The postholder will support the Chief Executive with the development and the operational management of the Adult Audiology Service (age related hearing loss, non-complex patients), including the recruitment, training, and clinical and line management of audiologists and other clinical staff delivering the service.

The postholder will carry out all aspects of routine audiological procedures ranging from diagnostic testing to adult rehabilitation with hearing aids and assistive listening devices and associated follow-ups and repairs. It is crucial that the post holder works within their sphere of competence and knowledge in relation to Adult hearing pathways. The post holder will work within a range of procedures and pathways in which they have experience to ensure a streamlined care plan is provided for patients/carers and their families.

The post holder will work closely with the Hearing Support Service Manager who has the responsibility for the provision of the aftercare. In addition to the clinical role, the postholder will have the be responsibility for departmental stock management and for ensuring that the service is delivered to a professional standard and in line with best practice and organisational policies and guidance, and approved quality standards.

Salary: £38,025 per annum
Hours: 37.5 per week

Downloads for this role:
> Job Description
> Application Form
> Equality and Diversity monitoring form

Posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Closing date: Monday, 20th May 2022
Interviews will take place: Week beginning 20th May (provisionally), exact date will be confirmed to shortlisted applicants

For further information and an application pack please visit our website or contact the office on 01603 404440, e-mail: or write to: Hear for Norfolk, 14 Meridian Way, Meridian Business Park, Norwich, NR7 0TA. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Aliona Derrett on 01603 404440 or e-mail

Completed applications must be submitted by e-mail to

Hear for Norfolk is the operating name of Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA), a Charitable Company Limited by
Guarantee registered in England & Wales No. 07966408  Registered Charity in England & Wales No. 1146883


Hear for Norfolk is dedicated to improving the emotional wellbeing, communication and the overall quality of life of people with hearing loss and related conditions. We are a relatively small but growing charitable organisation with challenging future ambitions. To help develop our strategic, business and fundraising plans we are seeking to strengthen our Trustee Board. Therefore, we welcome experienced and interested members of the community to join our Board of Trustees who share our vision, aims and objectives.

We are keen to hear from anyone who shares our passion for ensuring that service users/patients who require support with their hearing loss and other related conditions, receive the very best of care, and who feel that they can use their skills, expertise and networks to enable the charity to develop.

In particular, we would like to hear from people who have personal experience of hearing loss and have one or more of the following skills and expertise: Marketing, PR, Finance, Income Generation, HR and Business entrepreneurship.

If you feel you have the above expertise and can commit the time, energy, skills and experience to support this well respected and popular charity then we would love to hear from you.

To find out more about joining the Board, please contact our Chief Executive, Aliona Derrett, on 07821 340717 or by emailing

Interested candidates should forward a current CV and a personal statement, explaining why they are interested in joining the Bord of Trustees and the expertise and skills they will be bringing to the organisation.