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Wed Jun 25 2003

Jobs: Linguistics: Lecturer (Temp), U/of Manchester

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Message 1: Linguistics: Lecturer (Temporary), The University of Manchester

Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 06:18:05 +0000
From: martin.barry <martin.barryman.ac.uk>
Subject: Linguistics: Lecturer (Temporary), The University of Manchester



University or Organization: The University of Manchester, UK
Department: Department of Linguistics
Rank of Job: Lecturer (Temporary, one-year)
Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics,
		 Sociology of Language


Description:

The University of Manchester invites applications for the post of
Temporary Lecturer in Linguistics which is tenable for one year from 1
September 2003. Applications will be considered from those
specializing in any branch of linguistics; preference may be given to
candidates whose research relates to one or more of the following:
sociolinguistics, sociology of language, pragmatics, discourse
analysis. Salary will be �22,191 p.a.

The appointed candidate will be expected to contribute to research and
teaching (both undergraduate and postgraduate) in the Department of
Linguistics, and to undertake such administrative, pastoral and other
duties as may be assigned.

Candidates should have:

(A. Essential)
1. a strong commitment to high-quality, research-led teaching.
2. strong research potential and the proven capacity to contribute to
 a department of international research excellence.
3. a completed (or about to be completed) PhD in any area of
 linguistics.

(B. Desirable)
1. a research record and plans which relate to one or more of the
 following: sociolinguistics, sociology of language, pragmatics,
 discourse analysis.
2. excellent presentational skills necessary for lectures, seminars
 and small group teaching.
3. good organizational skills appropriate to departmental teaching and
 administration.
4. good IT skills.

Applications should be returned by Monday 14th July 2003. 

Applications should quote reference number 507/03 and contain the
names of three referees. Those invited for interview will be asked to
give a presentation of their work to members of the Department.

Interested applicants are invited to make informal contact with either
Prof Nigel Vincent (mailto:nigel.vincentman.ac.uk,
+44-(0)161-275-3194/ 3187) or the Chair of the Department, Martin
Barry (mailto:martin.barryman.ac.uk, +44 (0)61-275-3250/ 3187).



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Director of Personnel
	The University of Manchester
	Oxford Road
	Manchester, M13 9PL
	United Kingdom 
 
	Applications are due by 14-Jul-2003


Contact Information:
	Martin Barry
	Email: martin.barryman.ac.uk
	Tel: +44 161 275 3250
	Fax: +44 161 275 3187
	Website: http://ling.man.ac.uk/

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