LINGUIST List 12.2412

Fri Sep 28 2001

Jobs: Corpus Ling: 2 Researchers, Belfast, Ireland

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  1. Joan Rahilly, Corpus Ling: 2 Researchers, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland

Message 1: Corpus Ling: 2 Researchers, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland

Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 10:55:51 +0100
From: Joan Rahilly <j.rahillyqub.ac.uk>
Subject: Corpus Ling: 2 Researchers, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland

QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST
RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

�17,451 to �19,488

AHRB-funded Research Assistants

Ref: 01/F712B School of English

Following the award of a substantial AHRB research grant, two posts
are available for two years to assist with an investigation of
Standard English in Ireland, North and South, through the creation of
a machine-readable corpus of spoken and written texts, and through the
preparation of related monographs and CD-ROM for publication, under
the joint direction of Dr. John Kirk and Dr Jeffrey Kallen.

Applicants must have a university degree and the ability to transcribe
spoken English. A relevant postgraduate degree, substantial experience
in transcribing spoken English, fieldwork experience using
tape-recorders and IT experience are desirable.

Commencing salary range: �17,451 - �19,488 per annum. Closing date: 5.00
p.m. Friday 12 October 2001.

Applicants, quoting reference number, may obtain further particulars from
the address below.

The University is committed to equal opportunities and to selection on
merit. It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of
society. Fixed term contract posts are available for the stated
period in the first instance but in particular circumstances may be
renewed or made permanent subject to availability of funding.

Queen's University Belfast Personnel Department Belfast, BT7 1NN. Tel: (028)
90273044 or (028) 90273854 (answering machine) or Fax (028) 90324944 or
email on personnelqub.ac.uk Queen's University Belfast 6304435 
If you apply for this position, please say you saw it first
on http://www.thes.co.uk. Thank you.

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