Careers at Knox Audiology

Knox Audiology is a proudly independent and locally owned dynamic hearing and specialist medical clinic, passionate about helping our clients to live a healthy and fulfilling life. We work closely with Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists and also have a Vestibular Physiotherapist on site.

We are committed to offering quality hearing care for our patients through hearing assessments, hearing device fitting and rehabilitation, tinnitus assessments and counselling, central auditory processing screenings and assessments and vestibular function testing.

careers at Knox Audiology


About the role

We have an exciting opportunity for an Audiologist to join our growing team. The role entails working either part time, or full time, depending on the applicant. Hours of work include 7:30pm every second Thursday and the occasional Saturday.

You will report to the Head Clinician and Business Operations Manager and will be responsible for providing quality, patient- centred audiological care for individuals across the age spectrum from children 9 months old and up with opportunities to advance and optimise our current service offerings.

What we offer

  • Friendly, supportive team
  • Freedom to fit hearing devices from a variety of manufacturers
  • Conference leave and allowance to attend Audiology Australia events

Your role will involve

  • Adult and paediatric diagnostic hearing assessments
  • Hearing rehabilitation services for adults including device opinion and fitting through the Hearing Services Program (HSP), Private patients and Work Cover
  • Central auditory processing assessments and screenings
  • Tinnitus management, ear protection and wax removal Involvement in training of interns and students
  • Peer review of case notes and reports
  • Participation in clinical meetings, product training and CPD activities inside and outside of work hours
  • Administrative tasks relating to patient care including clinical reports, patient phone follow up and recalls
  • Provision of offsite patient care and hearing screenings where required

About you

  • Formal qualifications in Clinical Audiology
    Membership or eligible for membership with Audiology Australia and QP number
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to build rapport with individuals from a variety of backgrounds
  • Professionally presented, caring, friendly and client focused Self-motivated, resourceful and takes initiative
  • Good time management skills and thrives in a busy environment Flexible and adaptable with a “can-do” approach Comprehensive computer skills
  • Availability to work in our Wantirna, Boronia and Doreen clinics Current Australian drivers’ license

If you would like to be part of a small, supportive team who are passionate about delivering high standards of clinical care, we would love to hear from you.

To find out more, please contact Jane Louey on 03 9800 5697 or email your CV to

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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