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Sat Dec 04 2004

Jobs: Applied Ling/Terminologist: Researcher, Italy

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        1.    Elena Chiocchetti, Applied Linguistics/Terminologist: Junior Researcher, European Academy of Bolzano, Italy



Message 1: Applied Linguistics/Terminologist: Junior Researcher, European Academy of Bolzano, Italy

Date: 03-Dec-2004
From: Elena Chiocchetti <EChiocchettieurac.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics/Terminologist: Junior Researcher, European Academy of Bolzano, Italy


University or Organization: European Academy of Bolzano 
 Department: Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism
 Job Rank: Junior Researcher  
 Specialty Areas: Terminologist 
 Required Language(s): French (Language Code: FRN)
                                     German, Standard (Language Code: GER) 
                                     Italian (Language Code: ITN) 
                                     Slovenian (Language Code: SLV) 
 
 
 Description:
 
 The Institute for "Specialised Communication and Multilingualism" of the
 European Academy of Bolzano plans to enlarge its research team with 3 junior
 researchers for a new terminology project on language harmonisation in the field
 of environment and spatial planning (please refer to http://www.eurac.edu,
 LexALP Project, for further details).
 
 Main Responsibilities:
 - terminology work in the field of environment and spatial planning 
 - collaboration in the design and development of a web-based Information System   
    offering corpus, term bank and several language services 
 - drafting of project reports 
 - participation to conferences and seminars to disseminate project results 
 - publication of scientific articles on specialised journals.
  
 Profile:
 - university degree in Applied Linguistics, Comparative Law or related fields 
 - native speaker competence in either French or German or Italian or Slovene and   
    very good command of at least one of the other languages 
 - experience in the field of terminology processing and management 
 - ability to work in a multicultural and multilingual team 
 - interest in interdisciplinary research 
 - capacity to work efficiently to reach goals and meet strict deadlines 
 - good knowledge of the English language an advantage.
  
 Conditions of Employment:
 The initial appointment is for 1 year (freelance contract) and is renewable
 (fixed contract for 2 years), subject to satisfactory service.
 
 How To Apply:
 Please use the application forms under
 http://www.eurac.edu/About/JobAds/LexAlp.htm
 Application (detailed CV + cover letter) to be sent by post, fax or e-mail
 preferably by 20th December 2004 to the address below (e-mail:
 language.laweurac.edu; Fax +39 0471 055199).
 
 For further information please write to language.laweurac.edu or call +39
 0471 055 100.
 
 
 Address for Applications: 
 
 Sandra Montagnana 
 Via Druso/Drususallee 1 
 European Academy of Bolzano
 Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism
 Viale Druso/Drususallee 1
 39100 Bolzano/Bozen
 Italy  
 
 Application Deadline: Open until filled.
 
 Contact Information:
 
 Stefania Coluccia 
 Email: language.laweurac.edu 
 Phone: +39 0471 055 100 
 Fax: +39 0471 055199 
 Website: http://www.eurac.edu/org/languagelaw/index.htm
 
 
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 It is being posted as a service to the discipline.
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