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LINGUIST List 18.2210

Mon Jul 23 2007

Jobs: German & General Linguistics: Researcher, Free University Berlin

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        1.    Stefan Müller, German & General Linguistics: Researcher, Free University Berlin, Germany

Message 1: German & General Linguistics: Researcher, Free University Berlin, Germany
Date: 19-Jul-2007
From: Stefan Müller <Stefan.Muellerfu-berlin.de>
Subject: German & General Linguistics: Researcher, Free University Berlin, Germany
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University or Organization: Free University Berlin
Department: German Language
Web Address: http://www.germanistik.fu-berlin.de/

Job Rank: Researcher

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax

Required Language(s): German, Standard (deu)


The German grammar group at the Department for German and Dutch Language of
the Free University Berlin offers several research positions (two
half-time, one full-time). The salary and social benefits are determined by
the German pay scale for state employees (Verg.-Gr. BAT IIA) and amounts to
approximately 3000 € per month for a full position, depending on age and
family status.

The ideal candidates works on the grammar of German or another Germanic
language with a specialization in formal approaches (for instance HPSG,
LFG). The positions involve 4 hours (or 2 hours for the half-time
positions) of teaching per week in the BA Deutsche Philologie.

The positions are temporary, with an initial contract over two, three, or
four years (depending on the position).

Interested candidates are invited to send their application materials (a
C.V., [links to] sample publications, a statement of research interests,
and an expose for their PhD project), preferably by email, to the address
below. Applications received by August 12, 2007 will receive fullest
consideration; however, the search continues until the positions have been

Please visit the application website for details.

Email applications are preferred. Please backup your email application by a
surface mail letter that contains all the material.

Application Deadline: 12-Aug-2007 (Open until filled)

Mailing Address for Applications:
Prof Stefan Müller
Boltzmannstraße 3
Berlin, 14 195

Email Address for Applications: Stefan.Muellerfu-berlin.de

Web Address for Applications: http://www.cl.uni-bremen.de/Jobs/

Contact Information:
Prof Stefan Müller
Email: Stefan.Muellerfu-berlin.de

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