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Mon 26 Oct 1992

Jobs: Syntax, German, Indonesian

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  1. Martha Ratliff, Wayne State: Syntax Job
  2. bert peeters, Jobs at University of Tasmania, Hobart (Australia)

Message 1: Wayne State: Syntax Job

Date: Thu, 22 Oct 92 15:54:28 EDWayne State: Syntax Job
From: Martha Ratliff <MRATLIFWAYNEST1.bitnet>
Subject: Wayne State: Syntax Job


Pending final authorization, the Wayne State University English Department and
Linguistics Program anticipate recruitment for a tenure-track position at the
rank of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning September 1993. We expect
to seek applicants whose research specialty is syntax, with related interests
in one or more of the following areas: semantics, morphology, language acquis-
ition, applied linguistics, language description. Teaching responsibilities
will include directing M.A. essays and teaching courses at the undergraduate
and graduate levels. Ph.D. required. The salary is negotiable, and will
depend upon accomplishments and experience. Applicants should send cv, samples
of work, and three letters of reference by December 1st 1992 to: Professor
Lesley Brill, Chair, Department of English, 51 W. Warren Ave., Wayne State
University, Detroit MI 48202. Wayne State University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action employer.

Martha Ratliff, Director
Linguistics Program
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Message 2: Jobs at University of Tasmania, Hobart (Australia)

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 92 17:32:31 +1Jobs at University of Tasmania, Hobart (Australia)
From: bert peeters <peeterstasman.cc.utas.edu.au>
Subject: Jobs at University of Tasmania, Hobart (Australia)


A. LECTURESHIP (LEVEL B - LECTURER) IN GERMAN

Applications are invited for a 4 yr contract lectureship in German
in the Department of Modern Languages, within the School of Humanities
and Social Sciences, commencing in February 1993.

The appointee will be required to teach courses in German language
and related subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels,
and may choose to teach relevant units in European Literature.

The appointee must possess or show significant progress towards obtain-
ing a PhD in German linguistics, literautre or a related field, and
have a proven research record and extensive experience in teaching
German at the tertiary (including postgraduate) level. Skills in course
design, implementation and administration are essential.

Salary will be in the Academic Level B range, AUD 41,000 - 48,688 per
annum.

Further information about the position may be obtained from the Head of
Department, Dr Maria Flutsch, on +61 02 20 2359, or fax +61 02 20 7813,
or from Dr Bert Peeters (e-mail: Bert.Peetersmodlang.utas.edu.au).

Closing date: 15 November 1992.

B. LECTURESHIP (LEVEL B - LECTURER) IN INDONESIAN - 2 POSITIONS

Applications are invited for one Lectureship in Indonesian in the
Department of Modern Languages - Hobart (Ref 97/92) and one Lecture-
ship in Indonesian in the Department of Humanities - Launceston (Ref
96/92) within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, commencing
as early as possible in 1993. The contracts will be up to 4 years.

The appointees will be required to implement and teach courses in
Indonesian language and related subjects under the direction of the
Head of Department at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

The appointees must possess a higher degree, or show good progress
towards a PhD, in Indonesian Linguistics, literature or a related field.
The appointees will have experience and a good record in teaching Indo-
nesian at the tertiary level in an Englsh-speaking country.

Salary will be within the Academic Level B range, AUD 41,000 - 48,688
per annum.

Further information about the positions may be obtained from the Head
of Department, Dr Maria Flutsch, on +61 02 20 2359, fax +61 02 20 7813,
or from Dr Bert Peeters (e-mail: Bert.Peetersmodlang.utas.edu.au).

Closing date: 25 November 1992. Late applications will be considered.


Position information and application forms are available from the Staff
Office Secretary, on +61 02 20 2013. Applications should reach the
Acting Staff Officer, University of Tasmania at Hobart, GPO Box 252C,
Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia, by the specified date.
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