Hearing Star is small company, developing steadily through the recession and is now recruiting skilled audiology staff. The company specialises in delivering audiology services to members of partner organisations at their homes. Hearing Star does not serve the general public.
Although more common today, the company’s founder was the first to deliver an audiology service in partnership with a UK registered charity. Mary Hare School for deaf children and young people retains the Centre that has become an important source of income for the charity. This success was repeated in the Republic of Ireland with DeafHear.
Typically limited to just three appointments per day, our audiology staff will have every opportunity to help our family of members. They will utilise our unique structure and only the very best equipment to produce a standard of work which is consistently beyond reproach.
It is important that applicants understand they will be representing both Hearing Star, the partner organisation and the charities supported when consulting with members. Achieving the standards we expect will not be easy, so applicants need to be honest with themselves before contacting us. If you are a hard working caring person at heart who enjoys focusing on knowledge, needs, benefits, attention to detail and consistency, then you’ll thrive in the working environment we’ve created.
Hearing Star does not pay commission to staff. Director and founder Kevin Howlett is very clear on this matter saying “our staff are tasked with a duty of care to our members and, must always act in their best interests. How can they do this if their pay is affected by how much a member spends? Although sales people earning commission have a place in high street sales centres (hearing centres) selling to the general public, we have no need for such skills or the motivations behind them.”
The roles will be advertised later this year. An application form with further information will be available at that time.
Hearing Star TM is a private limited company registered in England and Wales. No 7114642