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Mon 15 Jun 1992

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Message 1: Jobs at the University of Tromsoe

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1992 16:23:13 Jobs at the University of Tromsoe
From: <maritrwmack.uit.no>
Subject: Jobs at the University of Tromsoe

VACANT POSITIONS IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TROMSOE

At the School of Languages and Literature, University of Tromsoe, the
following two positions in English linguistics are vacant:

1. LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER (ASST./ASSOC. PROFESSOR) IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS
(permanent position)

Salary: NOK 251,606/196,541-242,509 per year

For further information, contact senior lecturer Marit R. Westergaard (Tel:
47.83.44256, e-mail: maritrwmack.uit.no) or administrative leader Anne
Cathrine Andersen (Tel: 47.83.44242)

2. RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS/CIVILIZATION (temporary
position for 4 years)

Salary: NOK 203,093 per year

For further information, contact senior lecturer Fredrik Chr. Broegger
(Tel: 47.83.44276) or administrative leader Anne Cathrine Andersen (Tel:
47.83.44242)

Application deadline for both positions: June 23, 1992

Applications with CV, attested copies of transcipts and list of
publications (5 copies) should be sent by the application deadline to:

University of Tromsoe
Universitetsdirektoeren
Breivika
N-9037 Tromsoe
NORWAY

Publications/scholarly works (3 copies of each) should be sent *by July 23*
to:

School of Languages and Literature
University of Tromsoe
Breivika
N-9037 Tromsoe
NORWAY
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Message 2: Job in French and Linguistics

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 92 18:07:23 +0Job in French and Linguistics
From: Steve Harlow <sjh1tower.york.ac.uk>
Subject: Job in French and Linguistics

 UNIVERSITY OF YORK

 DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC SCIENCE

 Lectureship in French Language and Linguistics

 I
Applications are invited for a lectureship in French Language
and Linguistics in the Department of Language and Linguistic
Science from 1 October 1992.

 II
Candidates should have a good first degree (or equivalent
competence) in French and a strong commitment to research in a
branch of linguistics relevant to the Department's work. They
must be able to teach French language at all levels (in a course
which lays special emphasis on oral/aural skills), and also to
teach courses on the history and linguistic structure of the
French language. The department has 13 academic members of staff
whose research interests span phonetics, phonology, syntax,
semantics, socio-linguistics, computational linguistics,
conversational analysis, historical linguistics, dialectology
and second language acquisition. The department houses a major
research project into high quality speech synthesis which is
funded by British Telecom Plc.

The organisation of French teaching within the department -
including the placement of students at French Universities,
monitoring their progress and making periodic contact visits -
is shared among the French staff and applicants must be willing
to take part in the associated administrative work. This post
will be an addition to the currents staffing of the department's
French section, which currently consists of two full-time
lecturers and one full-time language assistant. The annual
undergraduate intake of the department is between 50 and 55
students, of whom up to 30 will be specialising in French.

The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to
the general linguistics teaching of the department and to
participate in general tutorial teaching of linguistic theory,
socio-linguistics and psycho-linguistics. The precise duties of
the post will be by arrangement with the Head of Department.

The courses offered in the Department are described in the
enclosed brochures.

 III
The salary will be within the Lecturer A salary scale, currently
 13,611 to 17,827 per annum (pay award pending), according to
age, qualifications and experience.

The University will meet the full cost, within reason, of
removal of furniture and household effects within the United
Kingdom. The extent of payment of removal expenses of similar
members of staff coming from overseas is at the discretion of
the Vice-Chancellor. Three estimates of removal costs (one of
which should be from a York firm) must be obtained and the
University will meet the cost of the lower estimate.

 IV
Six copies of applications (one only from overseas candidates)
with full curriculum vitae and naming three referees, should be
sent by 13 July 1992 to Registrar's Department (Appointments),
University of York, Heslington, York YO1 5DD, UK. There are no
printed application forms.

June 1992
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