Work alongside passionate individuals committed to changing lives for children and adults impacted by hearing loss.

Are you ready to join our team?

Working at Hear and Say comes with rewarding experiences and opportunities to grow your career, personally and professionally. And it’s not every day you get to watch a baby hear for the first time!  

You might be working with children or adults who have hearing loss, screening the hearing of kids in schools, part of our professional development and training or a little bit more behind the scenes in a vital corporate role.

We pride ourselves on excellence and care about the wellbeing of our team. We offer:

  • Not-for-profit salary packaging benefits
  • Flexible work options
  • Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family members
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Free onsite parking at our Ashgrove, Toowoomba, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast sites
  • Paid maternity and paternity leave

“The best part of my job is being on the hearing journey with the families. I get to know them very well and watch the children grow from babies born deaf to children attending Prep with their friends. There are not many jobs where I would have such wonderful interactions with the families. That is why I have been at Hear and Say for over eight years!”

Tania Kennedy, Business Support

Join us

We’re currently on the look out for…

Graduate Speech Pathologist

We are currently looking for speech pathology graduates to join our team, commencing January 2023.

Key details:

  • Positions available in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Townsville and Toowoomba 
  • Permanent full time or part time position
  • We offer extensive training and professional development
  • Build the skills and confidence to take on a clinical caseload 

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.

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"I’ve had the privilege of working with children with hearing loss and their families at Hear and Say since 2003. Watching a child grow, learn and develop (especially following a cochlear implant switch on), is truly inspirational and makes my job as an audiologist and listening and spoken language therapist such a pleasure. Children with hearing loss can achieve their dreams and it’s a delight to help them on their journey."

Liza Bowen, Speech Pathologist and Audiologist

Our recruitment process

Hear and Say recruits employees for attitude and culture first and foremost and on the basis of merit. Here is a bit of a guide to what recruitment looks like for us.

Before applying we encourage you to:

  • Check out the job ad and selection criteria to see if the role is right for you.
  • Learn more about Hear and Say – are our values and culture are a good fit for you?
  • Send us a one-page cover letter outlining why you’re interested and suited to the role alongside your resume.

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 help out with shortlisting.

If you’re shortlisted, you’ll be invited in for a face-to-face or digital interview.

If you’re being considered for the role, we’ll seek your consent to contact your referees. Reference checks will be completed prior to offering you employment.

As a Hear and Say employee you must have a Blue Card (working with children check) and Yellow Card (disability worker screening) or a willingness to obtain these. We may also undertake right to work checks, psychometric, aptitude and other forms of testing.

All staff are also required to have current immunisation against COVID-19.

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

“Unmanaged hearing loss can affect someone’s life in many ways – such as social isolation and loneliness, as well as reducing their ability to communicate with family and friends. I’m passionate about helping people with hearing loss on their journey towards improving their quality of life.”

Kylie Luiten-Hand, Audiologist

FAQs

We offer flexible work arrangements including reduced hours or part time, hybrid working between the office and home.

Australian tax laws give tax concessions for not-for-profits such as Hear and Say resulting in a higher take home pay. There are certain items or benefits that can be paid for out of your pre-tax salary, reducing your taxable income (e.g. mortgage or rent payments). 

Clinicians are provided formal training and mentoring, and every employee is able to undertake approved professional and personal development opportunities.

We’re on the hunt for fun, passionate, collaborative, and motivated team members who are keen to achieve great results for our families, donors and stakeholders.

We’re all about making a difference for the thousands of children and adults with  hearing loss. 

Drum roll please… we’re excited that the introduction of new and innovative IT system upgrade is on the horizon!

Our culture is centred around caring, belonging, respecting others and celebrating success.

We see lots of little people weaving through our corridors coming to and from their appointments. Their happiness and laughter gives us a sense of achievement at the end of each work day.

We offer flexible working arrangements, free access to Employee Assistance program, social club activities (think Mexican feasts or winter warmer lunches) and a very supportive team environment.

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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.

Changing lives, together

Your gift will help deliver critical services, so babies born deaf can hear their parents say, “I love you.”

Workplace giving

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Spotlight on single-sided deafness

“This research project is very exciting because it helps to show that children who receive a cochlear implant for single-sided deafness saw significant improvements in their day-to-day hearing abilities, which are maintained over time."

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“People kept mentioning to me that I was missing parts of conversations, and in crowded environments I was finding it very difficult to hear and engage with others."

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