LINGUIST List 12.2902

Tue Nov 20 2001

Jobs: Syntax/Semantics: Asst Prof, Singapore

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  1. Associate Professor John A.Richardson, Syntax/Semantics: Asst Prof at National Univ of Singapore, Singapore

Message 1: Syntax/Semantics: Asst Prof at National Univ of Singapore, Singapore

Date: 20 Nov 2001 07:34:37 -0000
From: Associate Professor John A.Richardson <>
Subject: Syntax/Semantics: Asst Prof at National Univ of Singapore, Singapore

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor (tenure track)
Areas Required: Syntax and/or semantics
University or Organization: National University of Singapore
Department: English Language and Literature
State or Province: Singapore
Country: Singapore
Final Date of Application: 31 January 2002
Contact: Associate Professor John A. Richardson

Address for Applications:
Department of English Language and Literature, National University of
Singapore, Block AS5, 7 Arts Link
Singapore S 117570

Candidates should have a PhD in Linguistics, a record of publication,
and teaching ability. They should have expertise in syntax or
semantics (or both). Candidates should have the potential to develop
an international standing in their chosen fields. They will be
expected to be responsible for modules on syntax or semantics (or,
preferably, both) relating to the English language in particular as
well as to other languages, both at undergraduate and graduate
levels. We may give preference to those with teaching experience at
University level and those who can be tutors across a range of areas.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) expects the highest
standards of teaching and scholarship from its faculty. In return, it
offers excellent terms and conditions. There is considerable support
for research, including grants for research projects, conference money
and a very well funded library. The salary range in the Assistant
Professor scale is S$72,000-144,000 (roughly, US$41,000-82,000;
UK�28,000-56,000; $A82,000-165,000) per year.

Details of terms are available on and of the Department
on Email enquiries may
be sent to

Applications should be made by letter and CV. These should provide
full details of publications (including theses and dissertations),
teaching and administrative experience, awards, other achievements,
and any other relevant information. A small sample of the applicant's
publications or writing (maximum three items) would be helpful.
Photocopies of transcripts/degree scrolls should be attached.

The package should be sent by post to 

	Associate Professor John Richardson
	Department of English Language and Literature
	National University of Singapore
	Block AS5, 7 Arts Link
	Singapore 117570

Alternatively, this can be sent by fax to +65 773 2981 or by email to

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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