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LINGUIST List 17.41

Tue Jan 10 2006

Jobs: Dutch & Interaction Analysis: Asst Prof, Vrije U

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        1.    Wilbert Spooren, Dutch & Interaction Analysis: Asst Prof, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands


Message 1: Dutch & Interaction Analysis: Asst Prof, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date: 06-Jan-2006
From: Wilbert Spooren <w.spoorenlet.vu.nl>
Subject: Dutch & Interaction Analysis: Asst Prof, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands


University or Organization: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Department: Language and Communication
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Interaction analysis
Required Language(s): Dutch (nld)


Description:

The department of Language & Communication at the Vrije Universiteit
Amsterdam is looking for an energetic, innovative person to teach and to
carry our research in the field of interaction analysis, with an emphasis
on the Dutch language (full-time; part-time positions are negotiable). You
will be teaching both at the BA-level (in the Dutch and Communication &
Information Studies program) and the MA-level (in the Dutch, Communication
& Information Studies and Journalism program).

Your research interests should fit in with the group's research expertise
on the efficacy and optimisation of communication in institutional
settings. Within that framework your research will focus on the role of
spoken communication. There is a preference for candidates with a
demonstrable expertise in journalistic language (e.g., news interviews). A
relevant PhD from an accredited institution is required. Excellent command
of Dutch is essential.

Salary is ranked according to the university pay scale at rank 11 (UD2)
(maximum payment EUR 4,049 per month, full-time). A positive evaluation of
the successful candidate's performance after one year will lead to a
tenured position. Assistant professors at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
have a teaching load of two to three courses per semester. Additional
information on the position and on the profile of the research group can be
obtained from the contact address given below.

In your application, please add the vacancy number: 1.2006.00001 at the top
of your letter and (if applicable) on the top left of the envelope.


Address for Applications:

Dr. Bert Weltens
De Boelelaan 1105
Amsterdam NL-1081 HV
Netherlands

Application Deadline: 26-Jan-2006

Contact Information:

Prof. Wilbert Spooren
Email: w.spoorenlet.vu.nl
Phone: +31.20.5986572
Fax: +31.20.5986500
Website: http://www.let.vu.nl


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