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Wed Jun 19 2002

Jobs: Spanish Philology/Ling: Lecturer, Devon UK

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Message 1: Spanish philology/linguistics: Lecturer at Univ of Exeter, Devon UK

Date: 18 Jun 2002 17:50:11 -0000
From: J.E.Orr <j.e.orrex.ac.uk>
Subject: Spanish philology/linguistics: Lecturer at Univ of Exeter, Devon UK


Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Spanish philology/linguistics, or Golden Age or 19th
Century literature
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Exeter
Department: Spanish
State or Province: Devon
Country: England
Final Date of Application: 2 July 2002
Contact: J.E.Orr j.e.orrex.ac.uk

Address for Applications:
Personnel Dept, University of Exeter
Exeter
 EX4 4QH
England

The following permanent vacancy has arisen within the School of Modern
Languages and is available from 1 October 2002:

Lecturer in Hispanic Studies (Ref: 6382) 

Preference will be given to a candidate with a research specialisation
in either Spanish philology and linguistics or Golden Age or
Nineteenth Century literature. Candidates will need to have at least
near native command of written and spoken Spanish, including the
ability to teach through the medium of Spanish and English. They will
also be required to have proven research interests and outstanding
research potential, and to have completed or be completing a PhD or
its equivalent. Initial salary for the first post will be between
22,522 pa (scale pt 9) and 25,455 pa (scale pt 12), rising to 29,709
pa (scale pt 16) and 35,249 pa (scale pt 21) after 5 years. Salary
for the second post will be 22,522 pa rising to 29,709 pa after 5
years. The salary scale will be under review for a cost of living
award from 1 August 2002, and salary progression will be subject to
satisfactory performance.

Information available from http://www.ex.ac.uk/jobs or email
j.e.orrex.ac.uk 
Closing date: 2 July 2002.
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