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LINGUIST List 20.2120

Tue Jun 09 2009

Jobs: English & Typology: Research Associate in Linguistic Typology...

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        1.    Abi Healey, English & Typology: Research Associate in Linguistic Typology, Lancaster University, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Message 1: English & Typology: Research Associate in Linguistic Typology, Lancaster University, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Date: 09-Jun-2009
From: Abi Healey <a.healeylancaster.ac.uk>
Subject: English & Typology: Research Associate in Linguistic Typology, Lancaster University, Lancashire, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: Lancaster University
Department: Linguistics & English Language
Job Location: Lancaster yrs 1&2, Leipzig yr 3, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.personnel.lancs.ac.uk/vacancydets.aspx?jobid=AA19
Job Rank: Research Associate in Linguistic Typology

Specialty Areas: Typology

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Research Associate in Linguistic Typology
Linguistics and English Language
£30,594 - £35,469
Ref: AA19
Fixed-term for 3 years

The department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University
is seeking a Research Associate in Linguistic Typology. The successful
candidate should have a PhD degree or equivalent in Linguistic Typology or
related field, experience in carrying out large scale cross-linguistic
grammar based research, familiarity with current database technologies and
corpus based methodologies and preferably some experience in fieldwork on
endangered languages. The candidate must have a good record of
disseminating research findings in both written and oral form and be
prepared to work as part of an international team of researchers of a newly
funded EuroBABEL project on 'Referential Hierarchies in Morphosyntax'
(RHIM) http://www.esf.org/activities/eurocores/programmes/eurobabel.html

The first two years of the project will be based in Lancaster the third at
the University of Leipzig. The post will require a good deal of travel
within the RHIM network.

Closing Date: 27 June
Interviews: week of 13 July
Expected start date: 1 September

To apply or request further information online, please visit
http://www.personnel.lancs.ac.uk/vacancydets.aspx?jobid=AA19

Alternatively you may telephone Human Resources, quoting reference AA19
(See job contact information below).

Application Deadline: 27-Jun-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Ms Abi Healey
Lancaster University
Human Resources
Bowland College (main)
Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 4YT
United Kingdom
Email Address for Applications: http://www.personnel.lancs.ac.uk/vacancydets.aspx?jobid=AA19
Contact Information:
Ms Abi Healey
Email: a.healeylancaster.ac.uk
Phone: 44 1524 846549 answerphone

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