LINGUIST List 13.685

Wed Mar 13 2002

Jobs: Syntax: AsstProf in Newfoundland, Canada

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  1. Colleen Porter/Marguerite MacKenzie, Syntax: AsstProf at Memorial Univ of Newfoundland, Newfoundland Canada

Message 1: Syntax: AsstProf at Memorial Univ of Newfoundland, Newfoundland Canada

Date: 13 Mar 2002 14:13:29 -0000
From: Colleen Porter/Marguerite MacKenzie <>
Subject: Syntax: AsstProf at Memorial Univ of Newfoundland, Newfoundland Canada

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: general introductory courses
University or Organization: Memorial University of Newfoundland
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Newfoundland
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: April 26, 2002
Contact: Colleen Porter/Marguerite MacKenzie

Address for Applications:
Prince Philip Drive
St. John's
NF A1B 3X9

Department of Linguistics
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Position Announcement
Teaching-Term Appointment

The Department of Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, is
seeking to make an 8-month appointment as a sabbatical replacement at
the rank of Assistant Professor, effective 1 September 2002, subject
to budgetary approval. Responsibilities will include teaching upper
level and graduate courses in syntax as well as general introductory
courses. Qualifications: Ph.D. in Linguistics with a primary
specialization in syntax; a demonstrated record of effective teaching
at both undergraduate and graduate levels; and an established record
of research publications. Deadline for receipt of applications is
April 26, 2002.

Please arrange to send a curriculum vitae, a letter of application,
the names and addresses of three referees, and any supporting
documents, including teaching evaluations, to:

Dr. M. MacKenzie, Head
Department of Linguistics
Memorial University of Newfoundland		
St. John's, NF, Canada
A1B 3X9
FAX: (709) 737-4000

Memorial University is the largest university in Atlantic Canada. As
the province's only university Memorial plays an integral role in the
educational and cultural life of Newfoundland and Labrador. Offering
diverse undergraduate and graduate programs to almost 16,000 students,
Memorial provides a distinctive and stimulating environment for
learning in St. John's a very safe, friendly city with great historic
charm, a vibrant cultural life, and easy access to a wide range of
outdoor activities.

Memorial University of Newfoundland is committed to employment equity
and encourages applications from qualified women and men, visible
minorities, aboriginal people and persons with disabilities. All
qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
permanent residents will be given priority.
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