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Post-doc position at Manchester University

A post-doctoral Research Associate position is available to work with members of the Audiology and Deafness Research Group on an exciting MRC-funded project focussing on the development of an objective audiological test-battery. Applications are invited from researchers with a background in software development, signal processing, audiology, electrophysiology or other hearing related discipline. Knowledge of Matlab or C++, databases, data analysis skills, and excellent writing skills are essential. You should have a PhD or equivalent experience. You should also have good communication and organisational skills, be a team player, and have the ability to work independently and show initiative. You will be supervised by Dr Karolina Kluk, Prof. Chris Plack, and Dr Kai Uus.

The project will involve software development and its validation, analysis of data as well as involvement in the written preparation of research findings for
presentations and publications. You would be expected to develop and optimize the software for use with normally hearing adults during the first year of the project. During the second year of the project you will be managing the software and optimizing it for use with hearing-impaired patients. 

Funding for this post is available for 24 months. The post is available from 1st October 2011 for 2 years.

Informal enquiries to Dr Karolina Kluk (tel 0161 275 3371,  email karolina.kluk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx).  

Application form and further particulars for the above position are available at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/vacancies/research/vacancy/?ref=163582

or from the Directorate Human Resources, Tel: ++44 (0) 161 275 8835, email: Mhs-hr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.  

Salary: £29,099 - £31,798 p.a

Closing date:  30th September 2011 

Please quote reference. MHS/12775

All the best,

Karolina Kluk, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Audiology

Audiology & Deafness Research Group
School of Psychological Sciences  
Ellen Wilkinson Building, Room B2.7
The University of Manchester
Manchester UK
M13 9PL

T: +44 (0) 161 275 3371
F: +44 (0) 161 275 3373