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Tue Aug 10 2010

Jobs: Syntax: Assistant Professor, McGill University

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        1.    Connie Di Giuseppe, Syntax: Assistant Professor, McGill University, Quebec, Canada

Message 1: Syntax: Assistant Professor, McGill University, Quebec, Canada
Date: 10-Aug-2010
From: Connie Di Giuseppe <connie.digiuseppemcgill.ca>
Subject: Syntax: Assistant Professor, McGill University, Quebec, Canada
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University or Organization: McGill University
Department: Linguistics
Job Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Web Address: http://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor (tenure-track position)

Specialty Areas: Syntax


Description:

The Department of Linguistics, McGill University, invites applications for
a tenure-track position in Syntax at the rank of Assistant Professor,
effective 1 August 2011. Applicants should have a demonstrated research
specialization in theoretical syntax; expertise in the following areas is
an asset: syntax-phonology interface, morphology, field work.

General qualifications: PhD in linguistics and demonstrated excellence in
research and teaching in the area(s) of specialization. Duties will include
undergraduate and graduate teaching, graduate research guidance and
administrative responsibilities.

Salary: McGill scale.

Deadline for applications: November 1, 2010.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian
citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. English
is the language of instruction at McGill; knowledge of French is an asset.

McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It
welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic
minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual
orientations and gender identities and others who may contribute to further
diversification.

Applicants must fill out the online application form available at the
application address below and send a letter of introduction, C.V., samples
of research, teaching evaluations and any additional supporting documents
electronically via email to the email address below. Three letters of
recommendation should be sent under separate cover (electronically and/or
hardcopy). In exceptional cases, hardcopies of documents may be mailed to
the following address:

Prof. Bernhard Schwarz
Chair, Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
McGill University
1085 ave Docteur-Penfield
Montreal (Que)
Canada H3A 1A7

Application Deadline: 01-Nov-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Bernhard Schwarz
Chair, Search Committee
McGill University, Dept. of Linguistics
1085 Dr. Penfield Avenue, Room 111
Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A7
Canada
Email Address for Applications: jobsearch.linguisticsmcgill.ca
Web Address for Applications: http://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics/employment/apply
Contact Information:
Mrs. Connie Di Giuseppe
Email: jobsearch.linguisticsmcgill.ca
Phone: 514-398-2838
Fax: 514-398-7088
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