UCL Ear Institute

About the Role

The UCL Ear Institute is seeking a highly motivated and proactive Lecturer (Teaching) in Audiology (Grade 8) to contribute to our undergraduate and post-graduate teaching programmes in Audiology. The post holder will undertake leadership roles, for example as a BSc or MSc Programme Director, and will also contribute to teaching and learning as a Module Co-ordinator and Personal Tutor. They will deliver high quality evidence-based teaching and learning with constructively aligned assessment to undergraduate and postgraduate students. They will supervise student research projects relevant to their areas of specialist knowledge and provide pastoral support to students as a personal tutor. They will also promote positive working relationships with members of the public, clinicians, researchers, professional organisations and other stakeholders.

Salary: UCL Grade 8, £51,474–£60,521

Duration: Permanent/Part Time (0.8 FTE)

Closing date: 24th May 2024

About you

This is a permanent, part time role for a highly motivated individual with experience teaching clinical Audiology who is looking to develop their pedagogical and leadership skills. You will be expected to work with applicants, students, UCL staff, clinical services, members of the public and professional organizations to deliver high quality education in clinical audiology, so excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential. You will have demonstrated outstanding student-centred teaching and experience in clinical audiology. You also must be registered with AHCS, HCPC or RCCP. Prior experience with module and/or programme development or improvement is desirable but not essential.

Application Process

Apply here: Lecturer (Teaching) Audiology

If you have any queries regarding the application process please email: ear.hr@ucl.ac.uk

Please ensure you attach your CV and highest academic qualification. In addition, please ensure you provide a personal statement outlining how you meet the criteria to support your application.

About UCL Ear Institute

The UCL Ear Institute is a leading international centre for research and teaching related to understanding hearing and transforming hearing health. Our collaborative, multi-disciplinary institute has circa 75 staff working across basic and clinical sciences including genetics, cell and molecular biology, auditory neuroscience, cognitive and computational neuroscience, audiological sciences and ENT medicine. The UCL Ear Institute together with its partner, the Royal National Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital (RN ENT), also hosts a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Theme in ‘Hearing Health’. A RAND analysis of highly-cited publications ranked UCL No.1 in England for both ‘Deafness and Hearing’ and for ‘Audiology and Speech & Language Pathology’.

Training the next generation of auditory scientists is a priority at the UCL Ear Institute. The Institute hosts three-and four-year PhD programmes in a wide range of basic and clinical disciplines, including genetics, cell and molecular biology, auditory neuroscience and human auditory function.  It also offers a range of Master’s-level programmes in audiology and audiovestibular research, as well as short courses for students and health-care professionals.  An undergraduate BSc in Audiology was launched in 2022/23. Audiology teaching is delivered in close collaboration with the RN ENT Hospital.