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LINGUIST List 22.3292

Thu Aug 18 2011

Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Teacher, University of Sheffield

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Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Teacher, University of Sheffield, UK
Date: 17-Aug-2011
From: Human Resources <hr-receptionsheffield.ac.uk>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Teacher, University of Sheffield, UK
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University or Organization: University of Sheffield
Department: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Job Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom
Web Address: http://www.shef.ac.uk/jobs
Job Rank: Teacher

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics


Description:

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Applied Languages Section
School of Modern Languages and Linguistics

University Teacher in Applied Languages: Localisation and Language
Technologies

£36,862 to £44,016 pa, with potential to progress to £49,539 pa

The School of Modern Languages and Linguistics seeks to recruit a
University Teacher in Applied Languages with specialism in Localisation and
Language Technologies from February 2012 or as soon as possible
thereafter.

The Applied Languages Section of the School of Modern Languages and
Linguistics has an excellent reputation for the quality and innovation of its
teaching, and our MA degrees attract high numbers of applicants placing us
amongst the University's top recruiters. Staff have a range of research
interests which inform their teaching and are active participants in the
School's research clusters.

The post-holder will play a leading role in the development of the MA in
Multilingual Information Management, teach a range of language technology-
related modules at postgraduate level, including translation-related
technologies, and contribute to teaching in other areas at both undergraduate
and postgraduate level. The successful candidate will engage in high quality
teaching-related research activity, undertake administrative duties, supervise
PhD students as appropriate, and contribute fully to the life of the Department
and the School.

Successful applicants will have proven skills and experience in all the above
areas. They will be committed to high quality teaching, including the teaching
of language, and to excellence in teaching-related research. Applicants
should also have or be working towards a PhD in a relevant subject area (or
have equivalent experience).

It is anticipated Interviews for this post will take place between 10th-18th
October 2011.

Closing date: 15 September 2011 Ref: UOS003127

Please visit the application URL below for full details and to apply online.

Application Deadline: 15-Sep-2011

Web Address for Applications: http://www.shef.ac.uk/jobs
Contact Information:
Human Resources
Email: hr-receptionsheffield.ac.uk


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