LINGUIST List 15.2287

Wed Aug 11 2004

Jobs: 2 Positions: Lecturers, U Central Lancashire,UK

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  1. arosta, Jobs: 2 Positions: Lecturers, U Central Lancashire, UK

Message 1: Jobs: 2 Positions: Lecturers, U Central Lancashire, UK

Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 13:52:37 -0400 (EDT)
From: arosta <>
Subject: Jobs: 2 Positions: Lecturers, U Central Lancashire, UK

University or Organization: University of Central Lancashire
Department: Humanities
Rank of Job: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science, Discourse Analysis, Language
Acquisition, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Text/Corpus
Linguistics, English Language & Linguistics


Lecturers in English Language & Linguistics (2 posts)
Scale/Salary: Lecturer �23,643 - �29,479, pro rata
Limited term contracts:	Post 1 - limited term to 15 July 2005
			Post 2 - limited term from 1 January to 15 July 2005

An experienced Lecturer, with a postgraduate degree [preferably PhD]
in linguistics and evidence of current research activity, will
look forward to the wide responsibility this role can offer. Not only
is there a strong teaching element, but opportunities for involvement
in research, development and commercial activity.

The applicant should be able to teach at undergraduate levels 1-3 in a
minimum of two areas, at least one of which should be: discourse and
conversation analysis, inter-cultural communications and media,
psycholinguistics, corpus linguistics. Preferably with a teaching
qualification, your excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for
your subject will enhance the learning experience for students who
come from a variety of educational backgrounds. In addition you will
undertake other duties commensurate with the post such as acting as
personal tutor to some students and fulfilling the necessary
administrative requirements.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Human Resources
	University of Central Lancashire
	Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE
	United Kingdom 
Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Dr. And Rosta
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