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Mon Jun 11 2001

Jobs: Applied Ling: Prof at Rhodes U, South Africa

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  1. Annette Orsmond, Applied Linguistics: Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Rhodes University, Eastern Cape South Africa

Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Rhodes University, Eastern Cape South Africa

Date: 11 Jun 2001 07:47:23 -0000
From: Annette Orsmond <A.Orsmondru.ac.za>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Rhodes University, Eastern Cape South Africa


Rank of Job: Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer
Areas Required: Applied Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Theoretical and Computational Linguistics
University or Organization: Rhodes University
Department: Department of English Language and Linguistics
State or Province: Eastern Cape
Country: South Africa
Final Date of Application: 20 July 2001
Contact: Annette Orsmond A.Orsmondru.ac.za

Address for Applications:
Rhodes University
Grahamstown
 6140
South Africa

RHODES UNIVERSITY


Grahamstown Campus



Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the
following post from January 2002 or as soon as possible thereafter: 


PROFESSOR/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/SENIOR LECTURER


DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS



Candidates should have a doctorate in Linguistics and/or English
Language with a sound understanding of both the applied and
theoretical aspects of the subject, a strong research record and
experience of university teaching in Applied Linguistics or
Linguistics. 

Application forms, further particulars and salary details may be
obtained from the Recruitment & Selection Section, Rhodes University,
Grahamstown, by telephoning 046 - 6038004/6038115 or emailing
qA.Orsmondru.ac.za. Applications should be returned to Recruitment &
Selection by 20 July 2001. 

Curricula vitae which are not accompanied by an official Rhodes
University application form will, regretfully, be returned to
candidates. 
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