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LINGUIST List 22.1387

Thu Mar 24 2011

Jobs: Speech and Hearing Sciences: Lecturer/Sr Lecturer, U College Cork

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        1.     Briona Ryng , Speech and Hearing Sciences: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland

Message 1: Speech and Hearing Sciences: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland
Date: 22-Mar-2011
From: Briona Ryng <b.ryngucc.ie>
Subject: Speech and Hearing Sciences: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland
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University or Organization: University College Cork
Department: Human Resources
Job Location: Cork, Ireland
Web Address: http://www.ucc.ie/hr/vacancies
Job Rank: Senior Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Speech and Hearing Sciences


Description:

Applications are invited for a post as Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in the
Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences on a seven-year fixed-term basis.
The appointment will be made at either Senior Lecturer or Lecturer level.
For either level of appointment, the appointee will be expected to
contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate education in the School of
Clinical Therapies, hold administrative roles, and be actively engaged in
research activities.

An academic qualification in communication disorders or related topic is
essential to at least Masters level for appointment to Lecturer level, and
to PhD level for appointment to Senior Lecturer level. Applicants for the
Senior Lecturer must demonstrate proven excellence in original research or
teaching achievements. A recognized clinical qualification in Speech and
Language Therapy is desirable.

As well as having a general interest in communication disorders, clinical
education and professional issues, the appointee will possess specialist
knowledge and expertise in acquired neurogenic disorders of communication
and dysphagia.

For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Prof Fiona Gibbon,
Head of Clinical Therapies, Room 1.34 Brookfield Health Sciences Complex,
UCC (tel 021 - 4901570; e-mail f.gibbonucc.ie ).

Senior Lectureship Salary scale [new entrants]: EUR 67,107 - EUR 94,043 per
annum
Lectureship Salary scale (above the bar) [new entrants]: EUR 62,353 - EUR
81,459
per annum.
Lectureship Salary scale (below the bar) [new entrants]: EUR 31,821 - EUR
51,270
per annum.
For a full list of duties and selection criteria see the Application URL below.

Completed application forms must reach the Recruitment Office, Department
of Human Resources, University College Cork, Ireland, before 12pm on
Wednesday 20th April 2011.

Application Deadline: 20-Apr-2011

Email Address for Applications: recruitmentper.ucc.ie
Web Address for Applications: http://www.ucc.ie/hr/vacancies/academic
Contact Information:
Briona Ryng
Email: b.ryngucc.ie

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