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Senior Teaching Fellow in Audiology

Southampton, United Kingdom
£44,263 to £56,021 per annum
Closing date
4 Jan 2024

Institute of Sound & Vibration Research

Location:  Highfield Campus
Salary:   £44,263 to £56,021 per annum
Full Time Permanent
Closing Date:  Thursday 04 January 2024
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  2375023DA-R

We are looking to appoint a full time Senior Teaching Fellow in Audiology.

You will be passionate about inspiring the next generation of Audiologists by delivering innovative and engaging teaching.  

The role will involve supporting teaching activities on the BSc and MSc in Audiology at the University of Southampton, for example through delivering modules, engaging in clinical skills teaching, supporting and assessing students on clinical placement and supervising students carrying out research projects.

The exact teaching requirement could be tailored to the strengths of a successful candidate. There can also be opportunities to develop research, clinical or consultancy activities depending on an individual’s strengths/goals and we aim to support staff in career development more generally.

Clinical registration to work in the UK in Audiology is essential to the post (for example RCCP, AHS or HCPC). Teaching experience is desirable, as is a teaching qualification such as the post-graduate certificate of Academic Practice, although training towards a teaching qualification could be part of the role. Some research experience is desirable, as it would help with supporting students carrying out research projects, but it is not essential

The University of Southampton is a unique place in which to explore what you are capable of: as one of the world’s top universities, 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 top research institutes at the forefront of pioneering research and education in Audiology with a long history of success since its inception 60 years ago, delivering exceptional academic courses underpinned by a dynamic culture of innovation and research. We take pride in the departments uniquely collaborative team spirit, in which our colleagues support one another in their endeavours.

Equality, diversity, and inclusion is central to the ethos in the School of Engineering. We particularly encourage women, Black, Asian and minority ethnic, LGBT+ and disabled applicants 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 in 2013 and 2016.  We consider applicants that wish to work flexibly including part-time and due consideration will be given to applicants who have taken a career break. The University has a generous maternity policy* and onsite childcare facilities.

The University of Southampton is in the top 1% of world universities and in the top 10 of the UK’s research-intensive universities. The University of Southampton is committed to sustainability and being a globally responsible university and has recently been awarded the Platinum EcoAward. Our vision is to embed the principles of sustainability into all aspects of our individual and collective work, integrating sustainable development into our business planning, policy-making, and professional activities. This commits all our staff and students to take responsibility for managing their activities to minimise harm to the environment, whether this through switching off non-essential electrical equipment or using the recycling facilities.

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For informal enquiries, please contact Head of Department, Prof. Stefan Bleeck,

Please include a Curriculum Vitae and a one-page teaching statement highlighting the areas of research interest and ideas for innovation in education.

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