List, please see advertisement below for a new position at University of Manchester.
The person appointed will be working closely with myself on research projects
in the area of cochlear implants or related applied hearing research.
(Chair in Applied Hearing Research at University of Manchester from January 2007)
Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
School of Psychological Sciences
Lecturer in Hearing Science (Ref: MHS/471/06)
Salary range £28,849 – £39,935 p.a.
The Audiology and
Deafness research group in the School
of Psychological Sciences is a leading
group in the UK
for applied research in audiology and deafness. Following a new Chair appointment
in Applied Hearing Research, we seek to strengthen this area further with an
appointment at lecturer level to help take forward exciting new research aimed
at improving outcomes for hearing impaired people.
The group also delivers
teaching programmes in audiology and deaf education, and contributes teaching
to the Psychology programmes in cognate areas such as auditory perception. You
would join other members of the team in teaching and administrative duties.
A background or
experience in one of the following areas would be advantageous: cochlear
implants, signal processing, electrophysiology, or neural imaging. You
should possess a PhD in a relevant discipline, and will
have a developing track record of peer-reviewed publications and evidence of
your potential to obtain external research funding.
The appointment is
subject to a satisfactory enhanced CRB disclosure.
Informal inquiries may be
made to Professor Colette McKay via Wendy Spruce, tel: +44 (0)
161 275 8281 or email wendy.spruce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Application forms and
further particulars are available from our website http://www.manchester.ac.uk/vacancies
If you are unable to go
online you can request a hard copy of the details from The Directorate of Human
Resources, Faculty of Medical and Human
Sciences. Tel: ++44 (0) 161 275 8835, email: Mhs-hr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Closing date 15th
December 2006. Please quote reference MHS/471/06. Interviews will be held on
16th January 2007.
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