Sound and Vibration Research Institute
Site: Campus Highfield
Salary: £39,739 to £50,296 per year
Full time, permanent
Closing Date: Wednesday 02 March 2022
Date of interview: be confirmed
Our university is a unique place to explore what you are capable of: as one of the best universities in the world, we know what it takes to create an exceptional student experience. Our Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) is one of the UK’s leading research institutes at the forefront of pioneering audiology research and education with a long history of success since its inception 60 years ago. years, offering exceptional academic courses supported by a vibrant culture of innovation and research. We are proud of the departments’ unique collaborative team spirit, in which our colleagues support each other in their efforts.
You will support the direct teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students in audiology, with particular responsibility for the delivery of clinically relevant practical work. You will also contribute to direct assessment, improvement of existing course material and supervision of student projects.
To be successful, you will have a PhD (or work towards it) or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in auditory or vestibular clinical assessment and management. You will be passionate about inspiring the next generation of audiologists by delivering innovative and engaging education. Appropriate registration to work in clinical audiology, for example with the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) or the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is desirable. You will work with world-renowned scientists at the Sound and Vibration Research Institute on research questions that support our strategy to improve the quality of life for people with hearing loss or to develop and support corporate activities in our audiology clinics.
Please include a resume and a one-page teaching statement highlighting areas of interest and ideas for educational innovation.
For all informal enquiries, please contact the Head of Department, Professor Stefan Bleeck, [email protected]
Equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the philosophy of the School of Engineering. We particularly encourage female, Black, Asian and minority ethnic, LGBT+, and candidates with disabilities to apply for this position. In recognition of our continued commitment to improving equality for women in science, we were awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Medal in 2013 and 2016. We consider applicants who wish to work flexibly, including part-time, and a special consideration will be given to candidates who have made a career. Pause. The University has a generous maternity policy* and on-site childcare facilities.
The University of Southampton is in the top 1% of global universities and in the top 10 research-intensive UK universities. The University of Southampton is committed to sustainability and is a globally responsible university and was recently awarded the Platinum EcoAward. Our vision is to integrate the principles of sustainability into all aspects of our individual and collective work, integrating sustainability into our business planning, policy development and professional activities. This commits all our staff and students to taking responsibility for managing their activities to minimize damage to the environment, whether by switching off non-essential electrical equipment or using recycling facilities.
*subject to eligibility criteria
You must submit your completed online application form to https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The deadline for applications will be midnight on the closing date listed above. If you need help, please call Hannah Farrance (Human Resources Recruitment Team) on +44 (0)23 8059 2507 or email [email protected] Please quote reference 1704122DA in all correspondence.