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Wed Sep 18 2002

Jobs: Socioling: AsstProf, U/Ottawa, Ontario Canada

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Message 1: Socioling: Asst Prof at U of Ottawa, ON, Canada

Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 14:34:57 +0000
From: lapierre <lapierreuottawa.ca>
Subject: Socioling: Asst Prof at U of Ottawa, ON, Canada

University or Organization: University of Ottawa
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas Required: Sociolinguistics, Open

Description:
 
The Department of Linguistics, University of Ottawa, invites
applications for a Tenure track position in sociolinguitics at the
Assistant Professsor -possibly Associate Professor- level, commencing
July 1, 2003.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in linguistics, specializing in the
analysis of language variation and change, with evidence of strong
research potential. Applications from candidates who also have a
demonstrated interest in other areas of linguistics are
encouraged. Preference will be given to candidates able to teach
courses and supervise students in both English and French at the
undergraduate and graduate levels within a specified period of time.

Applicants should submit a c.v. and arrange for three (3) letters of
recommendation to be sent to Dr. Andre Lapierre, Chair, Department of
Linguistics, University of Ottawa, P.O. Box 450, Station A, Ottawa ON
Canada K1N 6N5 before December 1st, 2002. All qualified candidates are
encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be
given priority. Equity is a University policy.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Andre Lapierre
	Department of Linguistics
	University of Ottawa
	P.O. Box 450, Station A
	Ottawa 
 Ontario K1N 6N5
	Canada 
 
	Applications are due by 01-Dec-2002


Contact Information:
	Dr. Andre Lapierre.
	Email: lapierreuottawa.ca
	Tel: (613) 562-5287
	Fax: (613) 562-5141

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