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LINGUIST List 18.1270

Thu Apr 26 2007

Jobs: Eng & General Ling: Researcher, National University of Singapore

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        1.    Angeline Ang, English & General Linguistics, Social Semiotics, Multimodality: Researcher, National University of Singapore, Singapore


Message 1: English & General Linguistics, Social Semiotics, Multimodality: Researcher, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Date: 24-Apr-2007
From: Angeline Ang <ellanganus.edu.sg>
Subject: English & General Linguistics, Social Semiotics, Multimodality: Researcher, National University of Singapore, Singapore


University or Organization: National University of Singapore
Department: Interactive Digital Media Institute (IDMI)
Department Website: http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/sts/projects/mmlab.html
Job Rank: Researcher

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Social Semiotics, Multimodality

Required Language(s): English (eng)


Description:

Applications are invited for the position of Research Fellow (Level A) in
the Multimodal Analysis Lab in the Interactive Digital Media Institute
(IDMI) at the National University of Singapore. IDMI is a university-level
research institute for cutting edge creative digital media research. The
successful candidate will take part in an interdisciplinary research
project which aims to develop new approaches to multimodal analysis of
visual images, video texts and interactive digital sites using digital
media technology. The appointment will initially be made for one year,
followed by a two-year contract renewal. The post is available from 1
August 2007.

The candidate should have a PhD in linguistics, social semiotics, multimodality
or related field, a strong commitment to research, and a sound record of
international publications. The candidate should have (or have the potential to
develop) an international standing in their field of research.

The salary range is $60,000 - $94,920. Benefits for non-Singaporean
candidates include travel assistance/settling-in allowance and a housing
subsidy.

Applications should be made by letter and CV. Please provide:
(1) Detailed CV with publication list, awards and other achievements
(2) A sample of your publications or writing (maximum two items)
(3) Photocopies of transcripts/degree scrolls
(4) Two letters of reference
(5) For applicants in Singapore: Singaporean citizens and permanent
residents need to provide a photocopy of NRIC and re-entry permits, and
Employment Pass holders need to provide a photocopy of EP card and passport.

The package should be sent by post to:

Associate Professor Kay O'Halloran
Department of English Language & Literature
National University of Singapore
Block AS5, 7 Arts Link
Singapore 117570
Singapore

Alternatively, the application can be sent by fax to +65 67732981 or by
email to ellkohnus.edu.sg.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Application Deadline: 01-Jun-2007

Contact Information:
Assoc Prof Kay O'Halloran
Email: ellkohnus.edu.sg
Phone: (65) 65163999
Fax: (65) 67732981


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