LINGUIST List 16.398
Wed Feb 09 2005
Jobs: Albanian/Applied Linguistics: Researcher, MD
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Albanian/Applied Linguistics: Researcher, McNeil Technologies, Inc., MD, USA
Message 1: Albanian/Applied Linguistics: Researcher, McNeil Technologies, Inc., MD, USA
From: Thomas Creamer <tcreamermcneiltech.com>
Subject: Albanian/Applied Linguistics: Researcher, McNeil Technologies, Inc., MD, USA
University or Organization: McNeil Technologies, Inc.
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Required Language: Albanian, Gheg (ALS)
The Language Research Center and Dunwoody Press (http://dunwoodypress.com)
are seeking an Albanian linguist to assist in the development a of
40-selection Gheg reader. The reader is to be based primarily on audio
recording collected from the mass media in Albania and/or from field
recording among native speakers of Gheg. Each selection is to include the
Gheg text, an English translation, a glossary, notes, and sketch grammar.
Compensation is $30,000 for the completed project. M/F/V/D - EOE
Address for Applications:
Mr. Thomas Creamer
6525 Belcrest Road, Suite 550
Hyattsville, MD 20782
United States of America
Application Deadline: 31-Mar-2005
Mr. Thomas Creamer
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