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LINGUIST List 20.3184

Sun Sep 20 2009

Jobs: Chinese, Mandarin & Applied Ling: Lecturer, U of Salford, UK

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        1.    Heather Craddock, Chinese, Mandarin & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom, Greater Manchester

Message 1: Chinese, Mandarin & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom, Greater Manchester
Date: 18-Sep-2009
From: Heather Craddock <hcraddockadsfab.com>
Subject: Chinese, Mandarin & Applied Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom, Greater Manchester
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University or Organization: University of Salford
Department: School of Languages
Job Location: Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.salford.ac.uk/
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

Required Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)

Description:

Lecturer in Chinese

The School of Languages seeks to make an established academic appointment
in Chinese language and translating and interpreting in order to support
the School's existing taught PG programme, to develop and expand ab initio
Chinese within our portfolio of in-house and collaborative applied-language
UG programmes, and to enhance the School's research profile in Translation
and Interpreting Studies and/or Linguistics. The School aims to provide a
stimulating environment in (theoretical, applied or descriptive)
linguistics and translation and interpreting studies while fostering the
development of cross-disciplinary work.

In teaching, the successful candidate will have expertise in teaching
Chinese-to-English translating and/or interpreting at UG and PG level, as
well as ab initio Chinese language. In research the successful candidate
could either already have an established profile (in terms of RAE
submission and PhD-student supervision) in an area relevant to the
activities of the Centre, or the potential to develop such a profile.

Informal inquiries should be directed to Dr Dongning Feng, Lecturer in
Chinese (0161 295 7069; d.fengsalford.ac.uk) or Dr Paul Rowlett, Head of
School (0161 295 4131; p.a.rowlettsalford.ac.uk).

For further details and an application form visit the Human Resources
Division website at application URL below. Alternatively please contact
Human Resources at the phone number or email address below with reference
number LA/97. CVs will not be accepted without a completed application form.

At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach to
promoting equality and diversity. We aim to have a more diverse workforce
at all levels of the institution and particularly welcome applications from
people from minority ethnic backgrounds and people with disabilities, who
are under-represented in our workforce.

Application Deadline: 01-Oct-2009

Email Address for Applications: Hrsalford.ac.uk
Web Address for Applications: http://www.jobs.salford.ac.uk
Contact Information:
Human Resources
Email: Hrsalford.ac.uk
Phone: 0161 295 2122

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