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LINGUIST List 21.2859

Fri Jul 09 2010

Jobs: Xhosa; African Languages: Lecturer, University of Cape Town

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        1.    Galiema Parker, Xhosa; African Languages: Lecturer, University of Cape Town, Western Province, South Africa

Message 1: Xhosa; African Languages: Lecturer, University of Cape Town, Western Province, South Africa
Date: 09-Jul-2010
From: Galiema Parker <Galiema.Parkeruct.ac.za>
Subject: Xhosa; African Languages: Lecturer, University of Cape Town, Western Province, South Africa
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University or Organization: University of Cape Town
Department: School of Languages & Literatures
Job Location: Western Province, South Africa
Web Address: http://www.uct.ac.za
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: African Languages

Required Language(s): Xhosa (xho)

Description:

The African Languages and Literatures Section of the School of Languages
and Literatures invite applications for the above position, for appointment
as soon as possible.

Requirements:
- A Master's degree (progress towards a PhD would be a recommendation)
- Experience in teaching Xhosa to 1st and 2nd language speakers (at
tertiary level would be a strong recommendation)
- Be an active researcher in the field of African Languages and Literatures
- A background in Linguistics would be a strong recommendation
- Proficiency in English

Responsibilities:
- Teaching Xhosa to 1st and 2nd language speakers from beginners' to
advanced level
- Contribution to the range of courses in Indigenous Languages and
Literatures offered by the Section at all levels
- Engagement in research and the publication of the results of such research
- Contribution to the administration of courses offered by the Section

The annual remuneration packages, including benefits, are as follows:

- Lecturer: ZAR372 918
- Entry level Lecturer: ZAR335 626

Application Process:
To apply please email the completed UCT Application form and all other
relevant documentation as indicated on the form, to Mrs Charlotte Snyders.

Download the application form at
http://web.uct.ac.za/depts/sapweb/forms/hr201.doc.

An application which does not comply with the above requirements will be
regarded as incomplete.

Reference number for this post: 2237

Faculty website: http://www.humanities.uct.ac.za

UCT is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress. Our
Employment Equity Policy is available at http://hr.uct.ac.za/policies/ee.php.

Application Deadline: 13-Aug-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Mrs Charlotte Snyders
Staff Recruitment & Selection, University of Cape Town
Rondebosch
South Africa
Cape Town, Western Province 8000
South Africa
Email Address for Applications: charlotte.snydersuct.ac.za
Contact Information:
Mrs Charlotte Snyders
Email: charlotte.snydersuct.ac.za
Phone: 27216502192

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