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LINGUIST List 18.266

Thu Jan 25 2007

Jobs: Phonology: Rank Open, U of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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        1.    Mary Hoang, Phonology: Rank Open, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), CA, USA


Message 1: Phonology: Rank Open, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), CA, USA
Date: 25-Jan-2007
From: Mary Hoang <hoanghumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: Phonology: Rank Open, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), CA, USA


University or Organization: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Department: Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Phonology

Description:

The UCLA Department of Linguistics will have a short term Visiting
Instructor position in Phonology during the Spring 2007 quarter of the
current academic year. The course to be taught is Linguistics 165A, which
is the second quarter of the department's two-quarter undergraduate
sequence in phonology. Enrollment is normally about 30-40.

Spring quarter officially begins on March 28, with classes beginning on
Monday April 2; classes end during the week of June 4, and after an exam
period the quarter officially ends on June 15. Classes meet for two 2-hour
lectures per week, either Monday-Wednesday or Tuesday-Thursday. A teaching
assistant conducts weekly sections in addition to these lectures.

The pay scale will be in the range of $7500-$9500 per course, depending on
rank. (Although these visiting positions are not restricted as to rank,
budgetary considerations may restrict our ability to hire at higher salary
levels.) Visiting instructors should have a Ph.D. and appropriate teaching
experience.

UCLA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and
minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should send to the address below a letter of application, a CV,
a statement of previous teaching experience, teaching evaluations if
available, one or two sample publications, and the names and contact
information for three recommenders. Applicants who have already applied
for the department's one-year position in phonology for 2007-2008 need only
request that their applications be considered for the Spring 2007 position
as well. Letters of recommendation should NOT be sent at this time;
likewise, do not send more than two publications. Applications may be sent
electronically or by mail, and should be received by Feb. 16 if at all
possible. Late applications will also be considered as long as the position
remains unfilled.

Email application to: bhayeshumnet.ucla.edu

Address for Applications:
Professor Bruce Hayes
UCLA Dept of Linguistics
405 Hilgard Avenue, 3125 Campbell Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543
USA

Application Deadline: 16-Feb-2007 (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
Bruce Hayes
Email: bhayeshumnet.ucla.edu
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