Mobile Hearing Aid Audiologist - East Coast of Scotland

Location: Scotland,

Application Closing Date: 31st July 2019


We're a recruiting a Mobile Hearing Aid Audiologist in the East Coast of Scotland area.  You will work within our stores coving absences and gaps within our schedule to ensure our customers can always access Hearingcare from a Qualified Audiologist in their local area. This role could be ideal for somebody with a domiciliary or Locum background or somebody who is used to commuting to work.

You will be a Qualified Audiologist with a strong customer focus and able to offer an excellent level of personalised, professional care.  You will be registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) or eligible to register and have experience in busy customer focussed environments.  

This is a permanent job working regular hours but you will be required to travel to different stores within your region, sometimes working in different locations on different days of the week but more often covering absences for several weeks at a time. 

Customer service is at the forefront of this role and the ability to pick up colleagues’ clinics quickly and ensure our customers receive the same level of service.  You must be an experienced Audiologist with ideally 3 years post qualification.  You will have the skills necessary to provide excellent professional care, while assessing individual customer needs in order to offer the most suitable hearing solutions at all times. 


  • Those from the private sector must be qualified as a Hearing Aid Dispenser and registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)

  • Those from outside the private sector must have an audiology qualification which meets the HCPC standard.

  • You must have a passion for audiology and a desire to keep your knowledge up to date and be seen as an expert in Hearingcare

  • You must have strong interpersonal skills and be dedicated to providing exceptional customer care

  • You must be organised and able to arrive in store on time.

  • You must have a strong sense of customer care and the ability to embrace a commercial environment.

  • Confident and articulate, you must be able to listen to customers and communicate effectively – internally and externally at all levels

  • IT literate, whilst specific training will be provided, you must be able to handle the demands of working with the latest technology including fully integrated fitting systems, IT based patient management systems, Company email and intranet

  • Able to demonstrate good administrative skills and be organised in all financial transactions

  • Hold a UK driving license.

  • Be flexible and show a willingness to run clinics during the evening and weekends where the demands of the store require. Good time keeping and attendance is essential to keep clinic disruption to a minimum.

    In return for your skills and commitment you’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary commensurate with a healthcare professional together with a car allowance reimbursed for mileage in line with our company policy.  We also have an excellent benefits package including a Boots colleague discount card and industry leading training and development programmes.

    Your future with Boots Hearingcare may be one click away but if you would like additional information please contact Isabelle Rodriguez, Talent Manager on 07785476433 or by email:

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