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Vacancy for Lecturer in Audiology

University of Southampton

Institute of Sound and Vibration Research
Audiology, Speech, Hearing and Balance Sciences

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer
The Institute of Sound and Vibration Research seeks an enthusiastic scientist to contribute to its teaching programmes in audiology and to develop research in hearing or balance science. ISVR is an internationally renowned research institute, the leading UK provider of postgraduate teaching in audiological sciences and has recently started a new BSc programme in Audiology. As an applicant, you should ideally be clinically qualified in audiology and be experienced in teaching at undergraduate or postgraduate level, although other candidates may be considered. You will have, or be in the process of achieving, a PhD in hearing or balance science or a related field and a minimum of three years relevant experience, with a proven ability to publish research. Leadership in research and ability to motivate students are paramount. You will be provided with support facilities and training to ensure successful delivery of objectives.

Informal enquiries to Mark E Lutman, Professor of Audiology (Tel +44-2380-592798, e-mail mel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx). Appointments will be made on one of the following scales: Lecturer: £28,850 to £36,546 or Senior Lecturer: £37,643 to £47,335 per annum, according to experience (Levels 5/6 on the Education, Research and Enterprise Job Family). Alternatively for those wishing initially to concentrate more on teaching, appointment will be on corresponding Teaching Fellow scales.

An application form and further particulars may be obtained from the Human Resources Department (R), University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, Tel: 023 80592750, e-mail: recruit@xxxxxxxxxxx or minicom: 023 8059 5595, alternatively visit our website at www.jobs.soton.ac.uk.  Closing date for applications is 20th May 2005.  Please quote reference number 04R0655J.  Interviews are expected to take place week commencing 6th June 2005.

Working for Equal Opportunities.