Welcome to our Website

The Hearing Association (Auckland) Inc is a non-profit organisation self funded by its members and from other sources. We are a registered charity (since 1932) dedicated to helping and advising people with impaired hearing. ....we welcome you to this site and assume that you are here because you are concerned about your hearing or the hearing of someone close to you. As an Association we provide free, independent and professional information and advice on managing hearing loss and other ear hearing related concerns.We have an advisory and information service that can assist people in navigating their way through the maze of hearing services, hearing aids, hearing technology and various approaches to managing hearing problems.

Our Vision

We want the hearing impaired to participate more fully in the community and enjoy an improved quality of life. Our Mission: "To promote the interest and general welfare of any hearing impaired person in New Zealand" We intend to do this by:

* Offering free, friendly, helpful and independent advice on hearing loss
* Making the public aware of causes of hearing loss
* Raising the profile of hearing issues with the general public
* Giving talks to community groups
* Making young people aware of hearing loss directly caused by noise exposure
* Advocating the need to protect hearing loss in the workplace and at home


Non- Profit

The Hearing Association (Auckland) Inc operates as a non-profit organisation providing professional services and membership to people who have hearing difficulties. This compliments the services of various professionals and specialists such as audiologists, audiometrists and other aural rehabilitation workers. To deliver its independent professional service, funding is received from philanthropic trusts, donations, bequests and memberships. The Association utilises these funds for their outreach programmes in the wider community.

Our friendly staff provide current information and advice on all aspects of the hearing process, hearing loss management and tinnitus. To enquire about or arrange any of these services please contact them by phone on (09) 524-9847 any weekday between 9.00am - 4.30pm.

OVERVIEW

The Hearing Association (Auckland) Inc operates as a non-profit organisation providing professional services and membership to people who have hearing difficulties. This compliments the services of various professionals and specialists such as audiologists, audiometrists and other aural rehabilitation workers. 

To deliver its independent professional service, funding is received from philanthropic trusts, donations, bequests and memberships. The Association utilises these funds for their outreach programmes in the wider community.

Our friendly staff provide current information and advice on all aspects of the hearing process, hearing loss management and tinnitus. To enquire about or arrange any of these services please contact them by phone on (09) 524-9847 any weekday between 9.00am - 4.30pm.


Membership

Membership funding helps the Hearing Association (Auckland) Inc deliver its outreach programmes in the community, servicing Retirement and Rest Homes. To become a member, please click "continue reading"


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Support

From its inception the Hearing Association (Auckland) Inc facilitated hearing loss support groups reflecting its role as a self-help organisation.

 


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Passionate self-starters

Finally!

A challenging and fun job that suits your lifestyle!

Work from home and travel up to 6 times a year We have a unique liaison position for 8 - 10 hours a week for the New Zealand Hearing Association Hearing issues affect up to 700,000 New Zealanders

This role will be sole charge working with our 28 Associations and the National board You should have the following attributes:

- Excellent presentation and communication skills

- Relate well to people at all levels - Ability to maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders

- A flexible approach to meeting our association' needs.

- You are a team player with strong work ethics - Previous experience in public relations, administration, charitable associations, fundraising activities, co-ordination and operations is helpful, but not necessary

This is an excellent and exciting challenge for an energetic and practical person.

Send your letter expressing interest and CV to: The Hearing Association Inc, PO Box 11563, Ellerslie, Auckland 1542 or reply online Applications close 23rd March 2012