[Audiology] Two Audiology Lecturer or Senior Lecturer positions in New Zealand.

Greg O'Beirne gregory.obeirne at canterbury.ac.nz
Tue Aug 30 18:13:52 EST 2005


Dear list members,

I wish to advise that there are two Audiology lecturing positions soon 
to be available at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New 
Zealand, as described below.

- Lecturer or Senior Lecturer of Audiology (Continuing Position) -
The Department of Communication Disorders at the University of 
Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) invites applicants for an 
academic appointment to be made at the Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level 
(equivalent to US Assistant Professor or Associate Professor).
Applicants should hold a PhD degree in Audiology and be eligible for 
membership in the New Zealand Audiological Society. The preferred 
candidate will have specialised knowledge in areas such as 
amplification, diagnostic audiology (paediatric and adult), and cochlear 
implants. The successful applicant will be expected to establish a 
research program in their chosen area of expertise, supervise Masters 
level research, and have a commitment to excellence in teaching at both 
undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Excellent opportunities for 
international research collaborations and generous study leave 
opportunities to enhance teaching and research exist within the 
Department. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue 
until the search is successful, with appointment as early as January 2006.

- Lecturer of Audiology (Continuing Position) -
The Department of Communication Disorders at the University of 
Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) invites applicants for an 
academic appointment to be made at the Lecturer level (equivalent to US 
Assistant Professor).
Applicants should hold a PhD degree and have at least 3 years of 
clinical experience. Applicants with a Master’s degree may be considered 
if they are enrolled in a doctoral program and would complete the degree 
within two years of start of employment. Applicants are expected to be 
eligible for membership in the New Zealand Audiological Society. The 
major responsibilities will be to teach Masters-level courses in 
audiology in areas of expertise and interest, provide clinical 
supervision to Masters students, conduct scholarly research in areas of 
interest, and direct Masters student research. Excellent opportunities 
for international research collaborations and generous study leave 
opportunities to enhance teaching and research exist within the 
Department. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue 
until the search is successful, with appointment as early as January 2006.

Enquires about either position should be addressed to Michael Robb 
(michael.robb at canterbury.ac.nz) or Greg O’Beirne 
(gregory.obeirne at canterbury.ac.nz). Further information about the 
positions and applications can be obtained by visiting the University of 
Canterbury website: http://vacancies.canterbury.ac.nz/

Regards,

-- 
Greg O'Beirne
Lecturer in Audiology
Department of Communication Disorders
University of Canterbury
Te Whare Wananga O Waitaha
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch, New Zealand
Email: gregory.obeirne at canterbury.ac.nz
Phone: +64 3 364 2987 ext. 7085
Fax: +64 3 364 2760



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