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TEMPORARY LECTURESHIP IN HEARING SCIENCES at UCL
University College London
Department of Human Communication Science
TEMPORARY LECTURESHIP IN HEARING SCIENCES
Grade A - B of the University Lecturer scale (current range £ 23,259 - £
35,813 including London allowance).
The post is full time but applications based on a job share would be
The appointment will begin on 1st July 2004, or as soon as possible
thereafter. It will end on 31 March 2007
The department of Human Communication Science is one of the largest in the
UK specialising in communication disorders and in undergraduate and
postgraduate training of speech and language therapists. It has close links
with other UCL departments, including Psychology, Phonetics & Linguistics,
the postgraduate Institutes of Child Health, Neurology, Cognitive
Neuroscience and the recently created UCL Centre for Human Communication. It
was awarded full marks in the latest QAA Quality Assurance Agency subject
review of teaching and learning. It gained a 5(c) in the 2001 RAE.
The vacancy has arisen because a member of the department has won a
three-year Department of Health research fellowship. You will coordinate and
contribute to teaching in Audiology/hearing sciences on undergraduate and
postgraduate courses in speech sciences. You may teach research methods and
statistics, or other areas, depending on previous experience.
You will have a degree, or equivalent, in Audiology/hearing sciences, or in
speech sciences or speech and language therapy with a specialisation in
Audiology, or in a cognate discipline. You will have teaching experience,
preferably including the teaching of Audiology to undergraduates or
postgraduates, clinical experience of Audiology, expertise in clinical audio
logical procedures and knowledge of acoustics and speech perception. You
will have good communication and interdisciplinary team working skills, be a
good organiser, and have good IT skills.
Download the job description, person specification, and the application
form, (all in MS Word)
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Merle Mahon
+44 (0) 20 7679 4245
How to apply for UCL post
Send or email a completed application form and curriculum vitae to Gemma
Stevens, Department of Human Communication Science, University College
London, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF
email@example.com telephone (44) 020 7679 4200.
The application form contains a section headed ‘Statement in support of your
application.’ In following the instructions for that section you should
ensure the information you give sets out why you satisfy the requirements of
the person specification.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 21 May 2004.
We particularly welcome black and ethnic minority applicants as they are
underrepresented at this level within University College London (S 38 of the
RRA 1976 apply).