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LINGUIST List 17.418

Wed Feb 08 2006

Jobs: Clinical Ling: Senior Lecturer, UCE Birmingham

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        1.    Mahmudah Begum, Clinical Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, UCE Birmingham, England, United Kingdom


Message 1: Clinical Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, UCE Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Date: 08-Feb-2006
From: Mahmudah Begum <mahmudah.begumuce.ac.uk>
Subject: Clinical Linguistics: Senior Lecturer, UCE Birmingham, England, United Kingdom


University or Organization: UCE Birmingham, England
Department: Faculty of Health
Job Rank: Senior Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Pragmatics; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics;
Syntax; Clinical Linguistics


Description:

Division of Speech & Language Therapy and Rehabilitation Studies
Senior Lecturer - Clinical Linguistics (2 posts)
£31,800 - £37,980 per annum
Ref: 060123/008

UCE Birmingham's Faculty of Health is one of the largest centres for health
and social care education in the country. We're proud of our reputation
for excellence and are constantly developing and expanding our range of
courses to meet tomorrow's healthcare needs today.

In this diverse role you will be primarily involved in the development,
delivery and assessment of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate
levels, in at least two of the following areas: clinical linguistic
assessment, phonetics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics and
syntax. You will also be expected to carry out research and publish in
relevant areas, support on-line resources and be responsible for a group of
personal tutees.

You will need to have a PhD in Linguistics, or be near completion and have
a keen interest in speech and language therapy and the clinical application
of linguistics.

For an informal discussion, contact Mary O'Rourke, Head of Department
(Resources), Tel: 0121 331 7998 mary.orourkeuce.ac.uk

The University seeks to be a single status employer and benefits include up
to 32 days annual holiday, an index linked contributory pension scheme and
an employee medical scheme.

Application forms (returnable by 27th February 2006) and details from:
Human Resources Department, Ground Floor, Edge Building, UCE Birmingham,
Perry Barr, Birmingham B42 2SU. Tel: 0121 331 6693 or email:
application.formuce.ac.uk
Please quote the reference number.
To download job details directly, go to http://www.uce.ac.uk and select job
vacancies.

UCE Birmingham is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications
from all sections of the community.


Address for Applications:

Ms Mahmudah Begum
Human Resources Department, Ground Floor
Edge Building, UCE Birmingham
Perry Barr
Birmingham, England B42 2SU
United Kingdom

Application Deadline: 27-Feb-2006

Contact Information:

Ms Mary O'Rourke
Email: mary.orourkeuce.ac.uk
Phone: 0121 331 7998
Website: http://www.uce.ac.uk


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