LINGUIST List 3.661

Wed 02 Sep 1992

Jobs: Postdoc in Germany; New Zealand

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  1. Erhard Hinrichs, postdoc opening
  2. Kon Kuiper, Job in New Zealand

Message 1: postdoc opening

Date: Mon, 31 Aug 92 17:34:23 +0postdoc opening
From: Erhard Hinrichs <>
Subject: postdoc opening

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Tuebingen is
solliciting applications for a


The fellowship is part of a federally-funded fellowship program in
Linguistics, Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and Computer Science at
the University of Tuebingen.

The fellowship offers a monthly stipend of at least 2500 German marks
(tax free). All requirements for the PhD degree must be completed at
the time of the appointment. The fellowship is available beginning
October 1st, 1992 and expires March 31st, 1995. However, appointments
for shorter periods are also possible.

Applications received by September 20th, 1992 will be given full
consideration. Interested parties should send a letter of
application, curriculum vitae, names of 2 referees and one
representative publication to:

Erhard W. Hinrichs
Graduiertenkolleg "Integriertes Linguistikstudium"
Seminar fuer Sprachwissenschaft
Wilhelmstr. 113
D-W-7400 Tuebingen

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Message 2: Job in New Zealand

Date: 02 Sep 1992 11:56:38 +1200Job in New Zealand
From: Kon Kuiper <>
Subject: Job in New Zealand

The University of Auckland, New Zealand

The University invites applications for A Lectureship in Linguistics, Dept
of English (Vacancy UAC.190)

Conditions of Appointment
Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree (or quivalent) and some experience of
university teaching. Applicants should be able to teach the phonology, syntax,
and semantics of English at undergraduate level, and should have an interest in
one or more of the following fields at advanced level: phonology, semantics/
pragmatics, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics. The ability to contribute
to English Department courses in fields additional to those specified may also
be an advantage.

The person appointed will be responsible to the Vice-Chancellor through the
Head of Department of English and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts for such
duties including teaching, examining, and research, as may be required by the
Head of Department. The person appointed will be expected to contribute to
graduate and undergraduate teaching, to initiate research programmes and
supervise graduate student research.

Commencing salary will be determined in accordance with qualifications and
experience within the scale for lecturers. The present scale is $NZ37,440
per annum rising to $NZ45,448 per annum by seven annual increments, then to
$NZ49,088, by a further three. In normal circumstances a lecturer whose
services have proved satisfactory may expect in due course to be given the
status of a Senior Lecturer, salary maximum $NZ60,044 pre annum, though this
may be increased to $NZ67,080 at the University's discression.

Date of Taking Up Duties:
The successful applicant should take up his or her duties as soon as

General Conditions:
Available from The Registrar, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019,
Auckland, New Zealand.

Closing Date:
22 september 1992

Further Information:
Head of Department Professor M.P. Jackson, Tel 64-9-373-7599 ex 7481,
Fax 64-9-373-7429, or e-mail W.S. Allan at

Method of Application:
Three copies of each application should be forwarded to reach the University
Auckland by the closing date stated. These should be forwarded to:

The Assistant Registrar (Academic Appointments)
The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
New Zealand.

Please quote the relevant vacancy number on your application.

Applicants in the UK, Europe or Africa at the time of application should
forward one further copy to:

The Secretary General
Association of Commonwealth Universities
36 Gordon Square
London, WC1H 0PF

The University of Auckland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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