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LINGUIST List 20.117

Tue Jan 13 2009

Jobs: English & General Linguistics: Full Prof, Heidelberg University

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        1.    Klaus Kempter, English & General Linguistics: Full Prof, Heidelberg University, Germany


Message 1: English & General Linguistics: Full Prof, Heidelberg University, Germany
Date: 13-Jan-2009
From: Klaus Kempter <neuphil-fakuni-hd.de>
Subject: English & General Linguistics: Full Prof, Heidelberg University, Germany
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University or Organization: Heidelberg University
Department: Faculty of Modern Languages (English Department)
Job Location: Heidelberg, Germany
Web Address: http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/fakultaeten/neuphil/index.html
Job Rank: Full Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Synchronic Linguistics; Diachronic Linguistics

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

The Faculty of Modern Languages of Heidelberg University is filling the
following posts at the earliest opportunity:

W3-Professorship in English Philology: Linguistics
W3-Professorship in English Philology: Linguistics

Duties include teaching and examination in the B.A., M.A. and Lehramt
degree courses offered by the English Department, research with a focus on
synchronic linguistics (succession Marianne Hundt) or diachronic
linguistics (succession Gabriele Stein), administration, and attracting
funding for research. The successful candidates are also expected to show a
willingness to participate in or initiate joint research projects with
other modern language departments or faculties.

Prerequisite for the selection by the appointment committee are teaching
experience at university level and a distinguished record of scholarship
and research, including a Ph.D. and substantial post-doctoral publications
in the field of English Linguistics.

This is a full professorship carrying a salary payable at the W3 rate (see
www.lbv.bwl.de/service/gehaltstabellen/beamte/besoldungstabelleab082004.pdf ).

The post carries tenure. The university is striving to increase the
proportion of women in teaching and research and therefore expressly
encourages qualified female candidates to send in an application.
Candidates with a severe disability will be given preference over equally
qualified able-bodied applicants.

Applications for the posts should include documentation (résumé and
references, list of publications and of classes taught) and should be sent
to the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Modern Languages within the next
four weeks at the address provided below.

Application Deadline: 05-Feb-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Klaus Kempter
Dekanat der Neuphilologischen Fakultaet
Voßstr. 2, Geb. 37
D-69115 Heidelberg 69115
Germany
Contact Information:
Klaus Kempter
Email: neuphil-fakuni-hd.de
Phone: 496221543480

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