Senior Lecturer in Forensics Linguistics/Linguistics

Aston University - Languages & Social Sciences

Interview Date: Tuesday 02 May 2017

This post is advertised in conjunction with R170099 and R170101. Please note that one posts is available. Your application will only be considered for the post that you have applied for. If you would like to be considered for more than one post, you will need to submit an additional application.

The School of Languages and Social Sciences is an ambitious, expanding, multidisciplinary School with an established reputation for excellence in teaching and research. 

The English subject group is seeking to make an appointment at either Reader, Senior Lecturer or Lecturer level in Forensic Linguistics/ Linguistics from 1 September 2017.

We are looking to appoint an individual who can make a significant contribution in research and leadership in the Centre for Forensic Linguistics.  You should have published research in Forensic Linguistics, and be able to contribute to one or more of the following areas of the group’s teaching portfolio: corpus linguistics, lexicogrammar, phonetics and quantitative research methods. You should have a completed doctorate in a relevant social science discipline and a strong track record of publications and research.

Please contact Professor Urszula Clark (Head of Department) ( or Professor Tim Grant (Head of the Centre for Forensic Linguistics ( with any queries about the role.

Please visit our website for further information and to apply online. If you do not have access to the internet telephone 0121-204-4500 and leave your name and address quoting reference number R170100.

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