LINGUIST List 13.2241

Sat Sep 7 2002

Jobs: Speech & Lang Therapy: Lecturer Yorkshire UK

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  1. sarah.durham, Jobs: Phonetics, Phonology, Speech & Lang Therapy: Lecturer, UK

Message 1: Jobs: Phonetics, Phonology, Speech & Lang Therapy: Lecturer, UK

Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2002 09:40:41 +0000
From: sarah.durham <>
Subject: Jobs: Phonetics, Phonology, Speech & Lang Therapy: Lecturer, UK

University or Organization: Leeds Metropolitan University
Rank of Job: Lecturer 
Specialty Areas Required: General Linguistics, Phonetics, Phonology,
Speech and Language Therapy
Required Language(s): English (ENG)


A lecturer with a relevant first degree or postgraduate qualification
in Linguistics is required to join the Speech and Language Therapy
team, which consists of one other full-time linguist as well as speech
and language therapists.

The post involves specialist teaching and assessment in phonetics,
phonology, acoustic phonetics and linguistics, a major commitment to
the undergraduate professional qualifying course in Speech and
Language Therapy, and will include administrative support, tutorials
and project supervision. There are also opportunities to contribute to
the postqualifying masters and continuing professional development
programme for speech and language therapists, and for research and
other development.

The post involves responsibility for the running of a phonetics
laboratory, which is provided with specialist technical
support. Previous teaching related to speech and language therapy is
not essential.

This post is subject to a Criminal Record Bureau Disclosure.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Faculty of Health & Environmen
	Faculty of Health and Environment
	Leeds Metropolitan University
	Room 231QSH, Leeds Metrocpolitan University
	Calverley Street
	Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 3HE
	United Kingdom 
	Applications are due by September 27, 2002

Contact Information:
	Mr Ian Crookston.
	Tel: 044 (0) 113 283 2600 ext 3269
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