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Supervisor - Audiology

  • Job reference: BBBH4106
  • Location: Qatar
  • Salary: Attractive Package
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Job type: Permanent
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Our client is an ultramodern, all-digital academic medical centre specialising in the provision of care for women and children. Based in Qatar, our client will focus on world-class patient care, medical education and biomedical research.

We are recruiting for a Supervisor - Audiology

Job Summary:

The Supervisor - Audiology is responsible for leading and demonstrating the provision of safe, patient and family focused quality care. The incumbent is a key member of the interprofessional team and ensures that standards for audiologist care are adhered to at service level. He/She works collaboratively with the Manager - Audiology to ensure that commissioning, recruitment, onboarding, orientation and service activation responsibilities are carried out in accordance with Sidra's plans and timelines.

Key Role Accountabilities:

  • Serves as a professional and role model for staff and is an advocate for patients and their families demonstrating behaviors consistent with the organizational/education competency framework, Sidra values, policies, procedures and guidelines
  • Participates in planning and program direction in accordance with organizational and departmental goals and objectives
  • Provides supervision and guidance to staff ensuring that all care is provided in accordance with Divisional Core Standards and established policies and procedures
  • Evaluates and ensures that individualized discharge planning needs are assessed on admission
  • Ensures an interprofessional approach to facilitate a timely discharge or transfer to the next level of care or home
  • Ensures safe patient care by making patient assignments based on patient acuity and skill mix
  • Evaluates and ensures that clinical documentation, diagnoses and plans of care are integrated and effective in delivering an individual plan of care
  • Promotes a safe environment and safe patient care by embracing a safety culture and identifying areas of risk
  • Demonstrates an understanding of evidence-based healthcare methodology and its ability to positively impact patient outcomes
  • Participates in the integration and evaluation of research into practice
  • Utilizes outcome measures to evaluate effectiveness of care through the review of data and the questioning of inconsistencies
  • Works towards the achievement of agreed key performance indicators for self and unit
  • Identifies patient care issues and/or strategies to improve and positively impact on the quality of care and patient outcomes
  • Collaborates with the Manager - Audiology and Clinical Educators in planning, implementation and evaluation of patient/family and staff education
  • Applies problem solving techniques and evidence based solutions to service related issues
  • Evaluates and ensures appropriate escalation of issues to meet patient/family/staff needs and resolve conflict
  • Communicates effectively and efficiently with patients, families and colleagues, addresses patient/family complaints immediately and assists in the investigation of written complaints
  • Ensures the effective orientation, precepting and support of new staff and students
  • Provides a welcoming work environment and monitors and tracks individuals' progress
  • Contributes to the employee performance appraisal cycle objectively and assists with action plans arising from appraisals as necessary

Essential Requirements:

  • Master's degree in Audiology
  • 5+ years of experience inclusive of 2 years progressive management experience in specialty area in a North American Academic Institution, or equivalent in UK, Republic of Ireland, EU states, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • Registration as an Audiologist and Licensure in country of origin
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) in Audiology from a program accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, or equivalent in UK, Republic of Ireland, EU States, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • Demonstrated ability to lead, manage and motivate teams to meet care objectives
  • Demonstrated ability to delegate, supervise, and evaluate the performance of clinical interventions
  • Demonstrated ability to design, coordinate and evaluate plans of care
  • Demonstrated ability to apply and integrate knowledge and skills into practice
  • Demonstrated ability to use risk analysis tools to anticipate safety risks
  • Demonstrated ability to access, critique, and analyze information sources
  • Demonstrated ability to synthesize data, information and knowledge on patient outcomes and modify interventions to improve health care outcomes
  • Demonstrated ability to teach, assess and develop educational materials for staff and patients
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in organizing data and generating thorough, accurate, timely reports
  • Demonstrated experience with Clinical Information Systems (CIS)

Benefits- Highly competitive package including a Tax free salary + benefits. Full details of the package will be discussed directly.

Please note the targeted start date for the position is dependent on the current timeline for the project. Likewise, the processing of licensing (if applicable)/ visas etc. also need to be considered.

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