LINGUIST List 10.1129

Tue Jul 27 1999

Jobs: Lang Variation & Change, TESL

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  1. Paul Carter, LECTURESHIP IN LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE
  2. Sheilagh MacDonald, TESL

Message 1: LECTURESHIP IN LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE

Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:09:11 +0100 (BST)
From: Paul Carter <pgc104york.ac.uk>
Subject: LECTURESHIP IN LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE

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JOB OPPORTUNITY

Department of Language & Linguistic Science, University of York, UK.

LECTURESHIP IN LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE


Candidates should have a strong commitment to research in Language
Variation and Change, demonstrable ability in quantitative variationist
methodology and a sound background in modern linguistic theory.

Preference may be given to candidates who specialise in languages taught
within the department (English, French, German, Hindi) or whose
interests combine areas of Linguistic Variation and theoretical
linguistics, but other candidates are also encouraged to apply. The
department is strongly committed to research and recognizes the
implications of that commitment. 

The appointment will be made on the Lecturer Grade A ), currently #17238
- #22579, depending on qualifications and experience. The post would
suit someone who has a doctorate and or/publications and who has
embarked on or is about to embark on a full academic career. The post is
available from January 2000.

Applications (six copies), including full curriculum vitae and the names
of three referees, and quoting reference number 3034, should be sent by
30 September 1999 to the Personnel Office, University of York,
Heslington, York Y1O1 5DD. Further particulars are available from this
address or on World Wide Web:
http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/lang/welcome.html .

We hope that interviews will be held in York on the afternoon of
Thursday 28 October, 1999. Candidates will be invited to meet members of
the department in the morning and will be expected to give an informal
presentation for not more than 20 minutes on some aspect of their
research to a small audience of members of staff. 


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John Local
Professor of Phonetics and Linguistics
Department of Language and Linguistic Science
University of York
Heslington
York Y01 5DD

Tel 01904 432658
E-mail lang4york.ac.uk
URL http://www.york.ac.uk/~lang4
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Message 2: TESL

Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:58:32 -0700
From: Sheilagh MacDonald <Sheilagh_MacDonaldsfu.ca>
Subject: TESL

Applications are being accepted for a tenure-track position in Linguistics
starting September 1, 2000. This position is subject to budgetary approval.
Appointment will be made at the assistant professor rank. A primary
specialization in second language acquisition and second language teaching
with strong expertise in Linguistics are required for this position. The
successful candidate will be assigned teaching duties in Teaching English
as a Second Language and applied linguistics courses, as well as a range of
other linguistics courses at all levels. Candidates should hold a PhD in
linguistics or other field with a linguistics specialization, show strong
promise as a researcher, be prepared to become active in the development
and management of undergraduate and graduate courses, and to accept
graduate supervision duties. Interested applicants are invited to send a
letter of application, curriculum vitae, the names of at least three
referees and sample publications by October 30, 1999 to Dr. P. McFetridge,
Chair, Department of Linguistics, 8888 University Dr., Simon Fraser
University, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6, phone: (604) 291-3554, fax (604)
291-5659, email: mcfetcs.sfu.ca

In accordance with Canada Immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. SFU offers equal
employment opportunities to all qualified applicants.
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