LINGUIST List 13.1139

Wed Apr 24 2002

Jobs: Phonology: Teacher, Univ/T�bingen, Germany

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  1. Gabriele Hackenberg, Phonology: Wissenschaftliche Angestellte, U/T�bingen, Germany

Message 1: Phonology: Wissenschaftliche Angestellte, U/T�bingen, Germany

Date: 23 Apr 2002 21:48:29 -0000
From: Gabriele Hackenberg <gabriele.hackenberguni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Phonology: Wissenschaftliche Angestellte, U/T�bingen, Germany


Rank of Job: Wissenschaftliche Angestellte
Areas Required: Phonology
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Universit�t T�bingen
Department: Seminar f�r Sprachwissenschaft
State or Province: Baden-W�rttemberg
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: June 1, 2002
Contact: Gabriele Hackenberg gabriele.hackenberguni-tuebingen.de

Address for Applications:
Wilhelmstr. 113
72074 T�bingen
BW 72074
Germany

The Linguistics Department (Seminar f�r Sprachwissenschaft) at the
University of T�bingen is seeking to fill a temporary teaching
position in phonology, Oct. 1, 2002 to March 31, 2003. Teaching
obligations are two 90min/week classes, Oct.-Feb., at the
post-introductory level. Salary is BAT IIa in the German system, with
effective salary depending on age and other factors
(~3000Euro/~US$2600/month at age 29; more if married or with
children).

Please send applications (with a CV, two letters of reference, a
research paper, and short proposals for two classes) by June 1, 2002
to Prof. Arnim von Stechow, SfS, Universit�t T�bingen,
Wilhelmstr. 113, 72074 T�bingen, Germany. Please send inquiries to
<gabriele.hackenberguni-tuebingen.de>, including inquiries about
arrangements for achieving compatibility with the academic schedule of
other countries.

Applications by qualified women are particularly welcome. Handicapped
applicants are given preference in case of equal
qualification. Employment is through the University administration
(Zentrale Verwaltung).
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