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LINGUIST List 21.2039

Thu Apr 29 2010

Jobs: Lexicography: Research Assistant, University of Aberdeen

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        1.    Richard Bevan, Lexicography: Research Assistant, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Message 1: Lexicography: Research Assistant, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Date: 29-Apr-2010
From: Richard Bevan <richardmediauniversalservices.co.uk>
Subject: Lexicography: Research Assistant, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: University of Aberdeen
Department: School of Language & Literature
Job Location: Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/jobs
Job Rank: Researcher

Specialty Areas: Lexicography


Description:

As part of an AHRC project looking at variation and change in the lexis of
Scottish fishing communities, you, along with the principal investigator,
Dr. Robert McColl Millar, and another research assistant, will be involved
in the creation and application of research instruments to study lexical
change and attrition in the lexical patterns of a representative sample of
Scottish fishing communities and contribute to the writing up of the
project's findings. You should have a PhD in Sociolinguistics, Dialectology
and/or Historical Linguistics, with a fair understanding of recent
statistical packages along with sound IT skills. Some knowledge of the
Scottish linguistic situation would also be helpful. Due to the nature of
work a driving license or access to independent means of transport are
essential.

Salary will be at the appropriate point on the Grade 5 scale (£25,001 -
£26,523 per annum) with placement according to qualifications and experience.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Robert McColl Millar
(r.millarabdn.ac.uk).

Should you require a visa to undertake paid employment in the UK you will
be required to fulfill the minimum points criteria to be granted a
Certificate of Sponsorship and Tier 2 visa. As appropriate, at the time an
offer of appointment is made you will be asked to demonstrate that you
fulfill the criteria in respect of financial maintenance and competency in
English. Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Moira Falconer, HR Adviser,
for further information on this.

To apply online for this position visit http://www.abdn.ac.uk/jobs or
alternatively you may request an application pack by emailing your name and
contact details to jobsabdn.ac.uk or by telephoning our 24 hour answer
service on (01224) 272727 quoting the job reference number LAN020R.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is Monday 7 June 2010.

It is anticipated that the interviews will be held on 21 June 2010.

Promoting Diversity and Equal Opportunities throughout the University.

Application Deadline: 07-Jun-2010

Email Address for Applications: jobsabdn.ac.uk
Web Address for Applications: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/jobs
Contact Information:
Dr. Robert McColl Millar
Email: r.millarabdn.ac.uk

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