At Connect Hearing, we have a variety of different positions available to fit the needs of many individuals. From front line service staff to high end hearing professionals, we have something for everyone!
The Audiologists and Hearing Instrument Practitioners are the core of our business. We hire the top professionals in the field, while providing opportunities for recent graduates alike. Our dispensers offer superior service and consistent quality to our customers in a timely, efficient and effective manner. Professionalism and respect are key. Utilizing a structured, Connect-tailored sales process, we are able to find the right solution to meet every customer’s needs. Dispenser roles vary in levels of leadership and management tasks performed to fit whatever path you may choose to take. Proper licenses required. Updated knowledge on latest HA technological advances and instrument capabilities required. We are seeking applications from Audiologists or Hearing Instrument Practitioners in:
Connect Hearing’s Customer Care Representatives are the first point of contact for our clientele. They provide exceptional customer service and care for our customers while running the day to day operations of the clinic. The ideal candidate possesses a passion for helping others and a willingness to learn new things. General responsibilities include billing and invoicing, appointment scheduling, sales, minor hearing aid repair and clean work and general administration duties. Experience working with the elderly and/or hard of hearing considered an asset. Must have strong multi-tasking abilities and MS Office knowledge. Don’t wait, apply today! We are currently seeking new members for our teams in:
Connect Hearing is seeking a motivated, results-focused agent to join the Contact Centre. This integral role supports Connect Hearing offices by providing superb customer service through inbound and outbound telephone contact. The primary focus is to book hearing evaluations and follow up appointments. The secondary purpose is to provide support to the Marketing department's strategies and campaigns. Join our dynamic team and help our clients stay connected! Apply today!
Based out of our mobile testing unit, the Industrial Audiometric Technician provides onsite industrial hearing tests for noise - exposed industry workers throughout the Victoria/south island region. Responsibilities include conducting Industrial Hearing Tests in compliance with WCB and company procedures, driving a hearing testing truck, cleaning and maintenance of the truck and equipment and completion of detailed paperwork. Must be willing to work early mornings and late days during peak times. No experience necessary and complete training provided. Must be willing to travel.
We accept general applications and resumes from potential candidates, regardless of whether there is an open position. You will be taken through the same set of procedures as if you were applying for a posted position, with a few extra steps which allow you to express a general area of interest and city of choice. Once finished the application process, your information will be sent to HR for review and kept on file for the period of one year.
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