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LINGUIST List 16.2008

Wed Jun 29 2005

Jobs: Morphology/Phonology: Lecturer, U Cambridge

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        1.    Ian Roberts, Morphology/Phonology: Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK

Message 1: Morphology/Phonology: Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK
Date: 29-Jun-2005
From: Ian Roberts <igr20cam.ac.uk>
Subject: Morphology/Phonology: Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK

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University or Organization: University of Cambridge
Department: Department of Linguistics
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Morphology; Phonology


The Department of Linguistics invites applications for a full-time
permanent post of University Lecturer in Linguistics to teach theoretically
broadly-based courses in Morphology and Phonology, and to contribute to other
aspects of the Department's teaching (particularly the Structure of English and
Historical Linguistics), to take up appointment on 1 January 2006 or as soon as
possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be expected to show
outstanding achievement and potential in theoretically driven research and
publication in one or more of these fields and to be able to make a full
contribution to departmental administration.

The current pensionable scale of stipends for a University Lecturer is
£24,820 rising incrementally to £38,303 (pay award pending). The post is being
advertised with a probationary period. Further particulars and a PD18 form may
be obtained from the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Faculty of Modern
and Medieval Languages, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DA (e-mail

Alternatively, details can be found at http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/jobs/.
Applications (twelve copies), including a detailed curriculum vitae, the names
of two referees, and a completed University PD18 form (quoting reference 52418)
should be sent to the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, at the address
given above by the closing date of 1 August 2005, and applicants should ask
their referees to write directly to the Secretary by the same date. It is
expected that interviews will be held on 14 September.

Candidates are welcome to seek further information by contacting Professor
Ian Roberts, the Head of Department, on 01223-331733, or by e-mail at:

The University offers a range of benefits including attractive pension schemes,
family friendly policies, health and welfare provision and staff discounts. The
University is committed to equality of opportunity.

Address for Applications:

Ms Angela Myers
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge CB3 9DA
United Kingdom

Application Deadline: 01-Aug-2005

Contact Information:

Professor Ian Roberts
Email: igr20cam.ac.uk
Phone: # 1223 331733
Website: http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/ling/

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