LINGUIST List 14.3434

Thu Dec 11 2003

Jobs: TESOL/TEFL: Lecturer, Saarland University

Editor for this issue: Sarah Murray <>


  1. n.norrick, English & TESOL/TESL: Lecturer, Saarland University, Germany

Message 1: English & TESOL/TESL: Lecturer, Saarland University, Germany

Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 06:06:55 -0500 (EST)
From: n.norrick <>
Subject: English & TESOL/TESL: Lecturer, Saarland University, Germany

University or Organization: Saarland University
Department: English
Rank of Job: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, TESOL/TEFL
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Full-time faculty position in

Applied Linguistics with a speciality in TESOL/TEFL 

Candidates must have earned a doctorate in Applied Linguistics, TESOL,
or a related field, and must demonstrate native(-like) fluency in

The appointed lecturer will teach English Linguistics (Introduction to
Linguistics, Syntax, Language Acquisition, Phonetics, History and
Varieties of English) and practical language courses, will be involved
in examining at all levels in all degree programs, and will
participate in the academic self-governance of the department.

Salary is on the BAT IIa scale. The post is available from 1 April
2004. The initial appointment will be made for two years. Closing date
for applications is 16 February 2004.

The Saarland University is an equal opportunities employer. In
accordance with its policy of increasing the proportion of women in
this type of employment, the University actively encourages
applications from women.

Applications, including a full curriculum vitae should be sent to the
address below. Please include the reference number KENNZIFFER S 91.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dekan Prof. Erich Steiner
	Universit�t des Saarlandes
	Dekanat der Philosophischen Fakult�t 
	P.O. Box 15 11 50
	Saarbruecken, Saarland D-66041

	Applications are due by 16-Feb-2004

Contact Information:
	Prof. Neal Norrick
	Tel: +49-681-302-3309

This announcement was accompanied by a donation to the LINGUIST List!
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue