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Wed May 27 2009
Jobs: Speech and Language Pathology: Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK
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Speech and Language Pathology: Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK
Message 1: Speech and Language Pathology: Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK
From: Sam Taylor <sam.taylor1ncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Speech and Language Pathology: Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK
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University or Organization: Newcastle University
Department: School of ECLS
Job Location: Newcastle, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ecls/
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Speech and Language Pathology
Newcastle University is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in developmental
speech and language disorders in the School of Education, Communication and
Language Sciences (ECLS) to join our active and enthusiastic team working
in the area of speech and language sciences.
The Speech and Language Sciences Section is internationally recognised as a
centre of excellence for training of speech and language therapists and
theoretical and clinical research in speech and language.
The Section offers pre-registration training at undergraduate (BSc) and
postgraduate (MSc) level as well as providing opportunities for
post-registration research and development at Masters and Doctorate levels.
The Section has consistently performed at a high level in the Research
The post will contribute to teaching and development on the
pre-registration programmes in speech and language therapy and postgraduate
programmes run within the School. The successful applicant must have a
strong commitment to research and evidence of this at PhD level.
Research and clinical experience in the area of developmental communication
disorders is essential, as is a qualification to practise speech and
language therapy and Health Professions Council registration.
Please see job contact information below.
Application Deadline: 19-Jun-2009
Web Address for Applications: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/vacancies/
Dr Anne Whitworth
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