Mrs Kayleigh Carr
Senior Medical Supervisor
Harley Medical Practices
5 Bearwood Road
Dear Mrs Carr,
Re: Audiologist (J-ID 953S)
I became really excited to discover that you had advertised a vacancy for an Audiologist on the My Recruitment website. I would like to be considered for this role as I meet and exceed all the essential and desirable requirements for this position.
For the past two years, I have worked as an Audiologist at the Royal London Hospital where I was mainly working with children between the ages of six months to 16 years. A substantial number of patients that I have worked with also had some level of special needs besides their difficulties with hearing. My primary responsibility was to examine these patients by performing hearing tests including AOAE, AABR and other audiometry tests to identify and assess hearing loss or disorders. Consequently, I am familiar with all the technical equipment, procedures and terminologies that are related to this job.
Besides developing my technical knowledge and skills, my previous job also developed my organisational, time management and communication skills. I would regularly attend meetings with parents, colleagues, consultants and other professionals to discuss the progress of patients’ hearing diagnostics or treatment. I have also gained the ability to deal with complex and sensitive situations. The whole experience has given me the capacity to motivate patients through rehabilitation and strengthened my practical skills and I now feel completely confident handling hearing aids and cochlear implants, and producing ear moulds.
I am aware of Harley Medical Practice’s extensive efforts in the community, and I would be honoured to join the team. I feel that I have a lot to give to your organisation and that my previous experience could help in bringing forward new ideas to further help the patients.
Thank you for taking the time to consider my application for this position, and I look forward to becoming a valuable asset to your medical team.
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