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LINGUIST List 16.1153

Mon Apr 11 2005

Jobs: English Linguistics: Lecturer, Malmö University

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        1.    Jean Hudson, English Linguistics: Lecturer, Malmö University, Sweden


Message 1: English Linguistics: Lecturer, Malmö University, Sweden
Date: 11-Apr-2005
From: Jean Hudson <jean.hudsonimer.mah.se>
Subject: English Linguistics: Lecturer, Malmö University, Sweden


University or Organization: Malmö University
Department: International Migration and Ethnic Relations
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis;
Semantics;
Sociolinguistics;
English Linguistics
Required Language: English (ENG)


Description:

The successful applicant will be required to teach general English linguistics
at all undergraduate levels and to teach and supervise in the areas of
sociolinguistics, critical discourse analysis, and cognitive semantics at higher
levels. You will be expected to play an active role in the development of
research activities within the language division, with a particular emphasis on
Malmö University's areas of focus: gender, ethnicity and migration, and the
environment. You will also be expected to contribute to the development of a new
PhD program across the linguistics/literature/cultural studies divide and to
further the School's commitment to internationalisation in both research and
teaching.

Eligibility
In accordance with national legislation, persons eligible for a university
lectureship must have, at the time of application:
1. A relevant doctorate or equivalent academic qualification or other
appropriate professional qualification with regard to the subject content of the
post and the duties involved
2. Pedagogical training at higher education level, or the equivalent
3. Documented pedagogical merits

Candidates must further be able to demonstrate adequate skills in the
following areas
1. The teaching and supervision of students
2. Collegial co-operation
3. Collaboration with the local and global community and an ability to inform
non-specialists on issues concerning research and development work
4. Development and leadership in teaching and research

Application
Three copies of your application should be sent to: Personalregistrator,
Malmö University, 205 06 Malmö, Sweden. The correct reference number must
accompany your application. Closing day of application is (postmark)
2005-04-30. Only complete applications, submitted by regular mail (as
opposed to email or fax) will be taken into consideration.

Other
The post is tenured and full-time, with an initial probationary period. Non
Swedish-speaking candidates are required to show a serious commitment
towards acquiring a working knowledge of Swedish in order to be able to
fully participate in departmental debate and development.

Application must be accompanied by:
1. A short account of academic, pedagogical and other merits relevant to the post
2. Signed CV
3. Pedagogical plan
4. Academic and pedagogical works (a maximum of five in each category) that
the candidate wishes to be taken into consideration
5. List of pedagogical and academic work experience
6. Certified copies of diplomas
7. References
8. Salary expectation

Three complete copies of your application must be submitted, sorted into
identical files for further distribution without re-sorting.

Guidelines for documenting qualifications can be found in "Värdering av
vetenskapliga och pedagogiska meriter vid Malmö högskola". See also
"Anställningsordning för lärare vid Malmö högskola". These documents can
also be ordered from Nina Bark, phone. +(0)40-665 73 55. (Further
information concerning these documents can be obtained via email to: Jean
Hudson.)

Applicants may be required to send additional material to the appointment
committee at short notice. The appointment committee may also require
applicants to attend an interview and/or a trial lecture.

Please refer to the following URL for additional pertinent information:
http://www.mah.se/templates/Job____17989.aspx


Address for Applications

Personalregistrator
Malmö University
Malmö 205 06
Sweden

Application Deadline: 30-Apr-2005

Contact Information:

Professor Jean Hudson
Email: jean.hudsonimer.mah.se
Phone: 0046 709 655 405
Website: http://www.imer.mah.se

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