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Wednesday, 17 Apr 1991

Jobs: U of Western Australia

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  1. Sheldon Harrison, Job Advertisement

Message 1: Job Advertisement

Date: Tue, 16 Apr 91 13:29:37 WST
From: Sheldon Harrison <harrisonbilby.cs.uwa.oz.au>
Subject: Job Advertisement
 UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

 LECTURER (A23/91)

 DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY

Applications are invited for a three year fixed term (renewable) lectureship
in a small but growing Linguistics programme within the Department. The 
appointee will be expected to take up duties as early as possible in 1992. 
He/she must be prepared to teach and develop a broad range of courses at all 
levels of the undergraduate curriculum, including Honours, to supervise 
postgraduate students, and to undertake research. Applicants with any 
specialisation will be considered for this post, though special consideration 
will be given to applicants with a background in (first or second) language 
acquisition or computational linguistics/natural language processing. The 
appointee must have a PhD in Linguistics (or in a cognate discipline). 
University teaching experience is an asset. For further information, contact 
Dr. S.P. Harrison, Head, Department of Anthropology:

 phone 81-9-380-2859
 fax 81-9-380-1062 
 email harrisoncs.uwa.oz.au

SALARY RANGE: AUD$33,163 - $43,043 p.a.
CLOSING DATE: 31 August, 1991

Benefits include superannuation, fares to Perth for appointee and dependent 
family, removal allowance, study leave, and long service leave.

Conditions of appointment will be specified in any offer of appointment
which may be made as a result of this advertisement. (In some 
circumstances salary loadings may be negotiated.)

Written applications quoting reference number, telephone number, 
qualifications and experience, and the names and addresses of three referees 
should reach the Director, Personnel Services, University of Western Australia, 
Nedlands 6009, Australia, by the closing date.

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