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Audiology lectureship post (teaching focus) - University of Manchester, UK

Lecturer in Audiology

School of Psychological Sciences

Closing date: 30/09/2011
Reference: MHS/12898

The School of Psychological Sciences boasts a national and international reputation for teaching and research across its disciplines, which include psychology, clinical psychology, and human communication and deafness. In their Subject Review inspections by the Quality Assurance Agency the Departments of Human Communication & Deafness and Psychology were both graded 'excellent'.

You will contribute to the ongoing development and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate Audiology programmes, including supporting the Clinical Director in clinical curriculum developments. You will have a passion for teaching and hold an Audiology clinical qualification.

You will be expected to take a keen interest in teaching and be able to demonstrate understanding of innovative teaching methodologies which facilitate learning. You will contribute to programmes that are currently running as well as planned future programmes of study.


£32,751 - £35,788 p.a.


The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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