LINGUIST List 12.723

Thu Mar 15 2001

Jobs: Lang Therapy: Lecturer at QMUC, Edinburgh, UK

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  1. Moira McFadyen, Lang Therapy: Lecturer at QMUC, Edinburgh, UK

Message 1: Lang Therapy: Lecturer at QMUC, Edinburgh, UK

Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 12:20:12 -0000
From: Moira McFadyen <>
Subject: Lang Therapy: Lecturer at QMUC, Edinburgh, UK

Department of Speech and Language Sciences,
Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, Scotland

Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy: (two posts)
GBP 21,435 - 30,967

We are seeking to recruit two enthusiastic people to contribute to the
undergraduate and post-graduate teaching within this Department and to
develop research and other schorlarly activities as part of the
Department's research programme. One post will involve co-ordination
of the clinical activities of the department. Both posts offer
excellent opportunities for personal and professional development
within a supportive environment.

You will be a graduate with an interest in one or more of the
following areas:
Adult acquired disorders of communication and swallowing.
Communication in the elderly.
Disorders of fluency.
Learning disabilities (cognitive impairment).

Ideally you should have a higher degree in a relevant discipline and a
record of publication in peer reviewed journals. A speech and
language therapy qualification is highly desirable for both posts and
essential for the clinical co-ordinator. Previous experience in
teaching at degree level would be an advantage.

The Department has a friendly staff team and excellent research and
clinical resources. QMUC has the advantage of being set in Scotland's
capital city, with its wide range of cultural and social

Information enquiries may be made by contacting Jois Stansfield, Head
of Department on 0131 317 3683 or e-mail

Further particulars and an application form can be obtained from Human
Resources, Clerwood Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 8TS. Tel 0131 317 3291
(24 hours) or e-mail quoting reference number

Completed applications should be returned by 16 April 2001.
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