LINGUIST List 16.683
Tue Mar 08 2005
Jobs: Neuroling: Lecturer, U of College London
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van der Lely,
Neurolinguistics/Language Acquisition: Lecturer, University College London, United Kingdom
Message 1: Neurolinguistics/Language Acquisition: Lecturer, University College London, United Kingdom
From: Heather van der Lely <h.vanderlelyucl.ac.uk>
Subject: Neurolinguistics/Language Acquisition: Lecturer, University College London, United Kingdom
University or Organization: University College London
Department: Human Communication Science
Job Rank: Lecturer in Psychology
Grade A of the University Lecturer scale (current range £25,973-£ 29,446
including London allowance). For three years from 20 September 2005.
The department (RAE 5) represents several disciplines related to speech,
language and communication, with taught undergraduate and graduate degree
programmes in speech and language pathology/therapy and human communication
science, and a PhD programme. It seeks to extend its existing strengths in
developmental cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology. The person
appointed will contribute to research and teaching (including research
methods teaching) at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Outstanding research ability or potential is the prime criterion for this
post, as indicated by a strong publications record and involvement in
externally funded research. A PhD in Psychology or a related topic, and
some university teaching experience, will be required.
For further information about the department and departmental research, go
to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/HCS/ Informal enquires should be addressed to
Professor Jane Maxim (Head of Department) (mailto:j.maximucl.ac.uk) or to
Dr Chris Donlan (mailto:c.donlanucl.ac.uk)
For further information on how to apply, including an application form, go
Alternatively, you can ask Faisal Haque (contact details below) to send you
To apply, send or email a completed application form and a curriculum vitae to
the address below (email: hcs.receptionucl.ac.uk; telephone +44 (0) 20 7679 4200).
The application form contains a section headed 'Statement in support of
your application.' In following the instructions for that section you
should ensure the information you give sets out why you satisfy the
requirements of the person specification.
We particularly welcome black and minority applicants as they are
under-represented at this level within University College London (S 38 of
the RRA 1976 apply).
Address for Applications:
Department of Human Communication Science
2 Wakefield Street
London WC1N 1PF
Application Deadline: 11-Apr-2005
Prof Jane Maxim
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