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Position open -- Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor) in Phonetics

Although perhaps not the ideal list for this announcement, some speech-oriented people may be reading:


Lecturer in Phonetics

The Department of Phonetics and Linguistics at UCL is seeking to appoint a lecturer in Phonetics with a strong commitment to internationally-recognised research and to teaching excellence. The ideal candidate has some years of postdoctoral experience, teaching experience including the teaching of practical phonetic skills, and a record of high-quality publications commensurate to the stage of their academic career. He or she will contribute to the department’s research, teaching, supervision and administration.

Applicants will hold a doctorate in phonetics, linguistics or speech sciences, will have research expertise in an area of phonetics such as English phonetics, sociophonetics, experimental phonetics, clinical phonetics or forensic phonetics, and a willingness and ability to engage with researchers working in the interfacing areas of speech sciences and phonology. Applicants must have the ability to develop a programme of original research in phonetics that enhances the departmental research portfolio and that can give rise to PhD projects and applications for postdoctoral fellowships.

The position is available from 1 August 2007 and the successful candidate will need to be in post by 1 October 2007.
The appointment will be made at Grade 8 of the UCL salary range: currently £32,795-£39,160 p.a. plus £2,497 London Allowance, dependent on experience.

For further details, see the "Further particulars" document on the web site. For additional queries, contact the Head of Department, Professor Valerie Hazan at v.hazan@xxxxxxxxx, or on tel: + 44 (0) 20 7679 7069.

The closing date for applications is Monday, 16 April 2007.