Lecturer: £38,205 – 41,732

Senior Lecturer: £42,979 – 54,395

Full Time/Permanent

You would work as part of a team, primarily delivering high quality teaching and training across a range of programmes based on any one or more areas of specialism: Paediatric Audiology, Diagnostic Audiology, Vestibular science. You would be an instrumental part of the innovation, design and development of the curriculum. You will play a significant role in the development of a postgraduate taught course in Clinical Science (Audiology). This course will be designed according to the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education Apprenticeship.

The role will allow for collaboration, enterprise and research development. The Audiology section of the school is one of the largest in the country and boosts excellent facilities and the latest teaching and clinical equipment, including the BERTEC, TRV chair and CARL audio heads. We host several Audiology and ENT conferences and collaborate across professions: ENT, Neuro, Physio etc. The potential for development is significant.

De Montfort University (DMU) is a vibrant, ambitious and inclusive learning institution. We have recently been awarded the ‘Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence’ from Advance HE for the work around Decolonising DMU and are the first university to receive the silver award in the Race Equality Charter (REC).

The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University educates and develops professionals who make a significant difference to people’s lives, health, wellbeing, communities and society. It is home to the Leicester School of Allied Health Sciences in which this post will be based.

For more information follow: http://tinyurl.com/5fjrrfpb

If you have any questions please contact:

Rakesh Patel, Associate Head of School of Leicester School of Allied Health Sciences rkpatel@dmu.ac.uk or Sara Coulson, Associate Professor in Audiology sara.coulson@dmu.ac.uk

CLOSING DATE: 19TH February 2024

INTERVIEW DATE EXPECTED TO BE:  8th March 2024