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LINGUIST List 19.2362

Mon Jul 28 2008

Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Post Doc, The University of Sydney

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        1.    Lauren Adcock, Applied Linguistics: Post Doc, The University of Sydney, Australia


Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Post Doc, The University of Sydney, Australia
Date: 28-Jul-2008
From: Lauren Adcock <l.adcockusyd.edu.au>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Post Doc, The University of Sydney, Australia
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University or Organization: The University of Sydney
Department: Faculty of Arts
Job Location: Sydney, Australia
Web Address: http://www.usyd.edu.au/
Job Rank: Post Doc

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics


Description:

Postdoctoral Fellow - Appliable Linguistics (2 positions)
School of Letters, Art and Media
Faculty of Arts
Reference No. 135728

Applications are invited for two postdoctoral two-year fixed-term
appointments in Appliable Linguistics (25% teaching, 75% action research),
in the School of Letters, Art, and Media in the Faculty of Arts, to work on
a collaborative EAP (English for Academic Purposes) project with the
Halliday Centre at City University Hong Kong.

Applicants must have a PhD in Linguistics, with a strong background in
systemic functional linguistics, familiarity with current issues in
educational linguistics, including the action research of the 'Sydney
School', and experience teaching EAP in the tertiary sector.

The appointees will be required to undertake analysis of student/academic
writing in tertiary linguistics & biology courses, to develop evaluation
tasks for students in specific disciplines, and to develop pedagogical
material to support student academic language needs. They will collaborate
with the University of Sydney-City University Hong Kong web-based tutor
team and participate in teaching needs of Appliable Linguistics at the
University of Sydney.

These positions are full-time fixed term until 31st July 2010 subject to
the completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees.
Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of
employment for new appointees.

Remuneration package: $76,754 - $82,389 (which includes a base salary Level
A $64,858 - $69,620 p.a., leave loading and up to 17% employer's
contribution to superannuation).

For more information or to apply online, please visit
http://positions.usyd.edu.au/linguist

Specific enquiries about the roles can be directed to Prof. James Martin on
(02) 9351 4227. General enquiries can be directed to Vanessa Lascano Fierro
on (02) 9036 7801.

Application Deadline: 05-Aug-2008

Web Address for Applications: http://positions.usyd.edu.au/linguist
Contact Information:
Vanessa Lascano Fierro
Email: v.lascanofierrousyd.edu.au

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