Work alongside passionate individuals committed to opening worlds for children and adults impacted by hearing loss.

Working at Hear and Say offers rewarding experiences, opportunities to advance your career. Whether it is working directly with children or adults; screening hearing in schools; delivering training and education or in a vital corporate office role, as a Hear and Say employee you will grow both personally and professionally. We have a supportive and friendly culture underpinned by our values.

Hear and Say ensures our employees are supported and remunerated through:

  • Not-for-profit salary packaging benefits
  • Flexible work options
  • Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family members
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Onsite staff parking at our Ashgrove, Toowoomba, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast sites
  • Healthy workplace initiatives such as reimbursement for flu vaccinations

As Hear and Say continues to grow we are able to offer more opportunities to join our team. We also seek to upskill and support our staff as best we can and provide pathways for promotions. 

Speech Pathologist or Audiologist

Hear and Say is looking for a qualified speech pathologist, Teacher of the Deaf or Audiologist to join our Brisbane team. Working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing, this is a highly rewarding role that plays a key in part in helping babies born deaf learn to hear and speak.

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To apply please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@hearandsay.com.au. If you have any questions, please contact our Human Resources team on 07 3850 2111.

Child In A Speech Therapy Lesson
Girl In Lesson With Speech Pathologist

Speech Pathologist
(Sunshine Coast)

We are currently looking for qualified speech pathologists to join our Sunshine Coast team. There position is suited to an experienced speech pathologist. Working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing, these are rewarding roles that play a key in part in helping babies born deaf learn to hear and speak. Training is provided for those who have not worked with children with hearing loss before.

To apply please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@hearandsay.com.au. If you have any questions, please contact our Human Resources team on 07 3850 2111.

 

Our recruitment process

Hear and Say engages employees on the basis of merit. To the right is a general guide to the stages involved in our recruitment process.

Before applying we encourage you to:

  • Review the job advertisement and position description to determine if the role is right for you.
  • Learn more about Hear and Say to ensure our values and culture are a good fit for you.
  • Provide a one-page cover letter outlining why you are interested and well suited to the role alongside your resume by the advertised deadline.

Your application will be reviewed against the requirements of the role.

Depending on the role and size of the candidate pool, this stage may include a preliminary interview (via phone or Zoom) to assist with shortlisting.

If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to attend a face-to-face or digital interview.

If you are being considered for the role, we will seek your consent to contact your referees.

Reference checks will be completed prior to offering you employment.

If successful, you will be offered the role verbally, followed by a written offer of employment.

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2020-21 Annual Report

Read about the 300 babies born with hearing loss in Australia each year, and how Hear and Say continued to change lives this year.

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Changing Lives Together

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