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Welcome to the Hidden Hearing careers page. With a well-established reputation and 40 years’ experience in private hearing healthcare, Hidden Hearing is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care possible. More than 100,000 people trust us to test and care for their hearing every year.


Hidden Hearing Careers

If you are interested in helping improve the quality of life for the hard of hearing, then we may have the right role for you!

Why work for Hidden Hearing?

At Hidden Hearing, we look after our staff as well as our customers. In 2005, Hidden Hearing became the first dedicated hearing retailer to be recognised as an Investor In People, and we were re-accredited with a silver award in 2011 and 2018 following an independent assessment. By encouraging our employees to be actively involved in the company, and developed to their full potential we can pass on these benefits to our customers.

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    Find out what exciting vacancies we are currently recruiting for!
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  • I am interested in a career as a Hearing Aid Dispenser

    We are currently looking to expand our team of Field Dispensers across the UK.
    We offer a competitive basic salary with a generous commission scheme, company car/car allowance, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, core hours Monday-Friday 0900 – 1700 and private health insurance (after qualifying period).
    If you are interested in joining our growing business and are a HAD/audiologist registered with the HCPC, please get in touch:
    We look forward to hearing from you 

    Looking for a new career in a private healthcare sales environment? Then a role as a Hearing Aid Dispenser with Hidden Hearing will be of interest to you; assessing, testing and prescribing hearing aids in a fascinating and rapidly evolving U.K. market. Hidden Hearing's unique 'Award in Hearing Aid Dispensing Competence' education programme is fully recognised taking you to eligibility to apply for registration as a qualified Hearing Aid Dispenser with the Health and Care Professions Council. During your training, you will spend time at the company's dedicated training centre in Derbyshire and gain experience working with our clients under the supervision of a qualified Hearing Aid Dispenser.

    • Self-driven
    • Commercially minded
    • An excellent communicator
    • Have a passion for delivering quality service to the hard of hearing
    • and hold a current full UK driving license.
    • You'll need to be able to demonstrate that you have a standard of education that exceeds or is equivalent to a GCSE level of education at grade C or above. Alternatively, industry qualifications and training awards from a wide range of professions may also meet our entry criteria.


    To apply for a recruitment information pack, simply submit you CV with a covering letter demonstrating how you meet our selection criteria, to

    We build our applicant database throughout the year for the next training programme that usually commences in Spring or Autumn, depending on the needs of our business.

  • I am a Hearing Aid Dispenser registered with the HCPC

    If you are currently employed (or even self-employed) as a Hearing Aid Dispenser then there has never been a better time to look towards Hidden Hearing for a change in employer. Plans over the next couple of years for growth are in place and you could play a part. New retail opportunities and a predicted upturn in the U.K. market mean that we are currently looking for Hearing Aid Dispensers in a variety of geographical locations. If you would like to know more then get in touch with Geoff Soar, our Operations Director or Chris Shaw at the contact points below.

    Geoff Soar - Email: / Direct dial: 07968 570932

    Chris Shaw - Email: / Direct Dial: 07971 133307

  • I am in full time education OR qualified as an audiologist within the NHS

    If you are currently on a degree course in audiology or have entered the NHS through a more traditional qualification route (e.g. B.A.A.T.) then we would like to talk to you about opportunities within Hidden Hearing in the near future. It is easier to attain the adaptation qualification than you may think and Hidden Hearing is always willing to support the right candidates. Once you have achieved this then you can apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Hearing Aid Dispenser. If you would like to know more about this route to a career with Hidden Hearing, contact Geoff Soar, our Operations Director at the contact point shown below.

    Direct dial: 07968 570932


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