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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
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
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.