LINGUIST List 15.1725

Sun Jun 6 2004

Jobs: Language and Communication: Full Prof, Denmark

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  1. robering, Language and Communication: Full Prof, U/Southern Denmark

Message 1: Language and Communication: Full Prof, U/Southern Denmark

Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 09:29:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: robering <>
Subject: Language and Communication: Full Prof, U/Southern Denmark

University or Organization: University of Southern Denmark
Department: Business Communication and Information Science
Rank of Job: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Language and Communication
Required Language(s): Danish (Code = DNS); English (Code = ENG);
		 French (Code = FRN); German, Standard 
		 (Code = GER); Spanish (Code = SPN)


The Department of Business Communication and Information Science at
the University of Southern Denmark (Campus Kolding) invites
applications for the position of a

FULL PROFESSOR in Language and Communication

to be filled as soon as possible. In order to fulfil its educational
and research obligations, the department is looking for an applicant
with a background in language and communication studies with research
competence as well as teaching experience within at least one of the
following areas:

- web communication (web-based communication in enterprises, authoring
 and editing of web texts, web design, etc.)
- communication in technology-based interaction and discourse with a
 particular view to enterprise communication
- textual theory with special focus on LSP genre theory and LSP text
- LSP-related computational linguistics (computer-based terminology and
 lexicography, corpus construction, knowledge representation, document
 modelling, automated language learning, etc.)

The position includes:

-research and teaching either within the framework of the research
plan of the department (as documented under ) or in the form of a natural extension
of this framework

The department especially wishes to invite applicants who are
interested in building up a research and teaching environment
dedicated to web communication. This subject is expected to become one
of the primary future working fields of the department along with the
parallel development of a master's curriculum in the field.

-teaching obligations within the curricula of the department (Campus
Kolding): BA curricula for language and information technology, for
international business communication, and for humanistic information
studies as well as master's curricula for web communication and
humanistic information studies.

A successful applicant is expected to participate in collaborative
interdisciplinary work and to engage in a continuous extension of the
research activities of the department. These activities are directed
towards language and its use in special domains, information
technology, and communication and information theory. Applicants with
a broad interdisciplinary background of qualifications are strongly
preferred. Further, teaching qualifications in either English, German,
Spanish, French, or Danish at master's level are required.

Applicants must be proficient in written and oral Danish.

For further information please contact professor Klaus Robering,
telephone +45 6550 1378 or e-mail .

The original announcement is posted under .

Salary scale: .

To apply: Submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, list of
courses taught, list of publications (please indicate which
publications you send in for review), maximum 10 sample publications,
list of all submitted documents. All documents must have a page number
and your name. You are required to send in three separate sets of your
complete application.

Closing Date: August 2, 2004, 12:00

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Det Humanistiske Fakultetssekretariat
	University of Southern Denmark
	Engstien 1
	6000 Kolding

	Applications are due by 02-Aug-2004

Contact Information:

	Professor Klaus Robering
	Tel: +45 65501378
	Fax: +45 65501092

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