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Mon Apr 5 2004

Jobs: Phonology: Research Associate, Cambridge

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Message 1: Phonology: Research Associate, University of Cambridge

Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 17:35:13 -0500 (EST)
From: sjr13 <sjr13cam.ac.uk>
Subject: Phonology: Research Associate, University of Cambridge



University or Organization: University of Cambridge
Department: Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistic
Rank of Job: Research Associate/Senior Research Associate
Specialty Areas: Phonology


Description:

Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate/ Senior
Research Associate to undertake research into Phonology. Applicants
should hold a doctorate in phonology and a good research publications
record. The candidate would be expected to be able to teach an M Phil
course on English Phonology.

The pensionable scale of stipends for a Research Associate is pro rata
�18,893 to �28,279 per annum and for a Senior Research Associate is
pro rata �24,097 to �34,838 per annum. The appointment will be for
three years in the first instance and may, subject to the availability
of funding, be renewed for a further period or periods.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Centre's website at:

	http://www.rceal.cam.ac.uk/ 

or from The Administrator (at the address listed below), to whom
applications (3 copies), together with the names of three referees
should be sent by 30 April 2004.

The University follows an equal opportunities policy and has a policy
on arrangements for part-time work.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: The Administrator
	Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics
	University of Cambridge, Keynes House, Trumpington St
	Cambridge, CB2 1QA
	United Kingdom 	

	Applications are due by 30-Apr-2004

Contact Information:
	The Administrator
	Email: sjr13cam.ac.uk
	Tel: +44 1223 332340
	Fax: +44 1223 330253
	Website: http://www.rceal.cam.ac.uk/
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