LINGUIST List 7.1578

Thu Nov 7 1996

Jobs: Position in German Applied Linguisticsat U. of Alberta

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  1. Manfred Prokop, Position in German Applied Linguistics

Message 1: Position in German Applied Linguistics

Date: Wed, 06 Nov 1996 11:58:04 EST
From: Manfred Prokop <Manfred.ProkopUAlberta.CA>
Subject: Position in German Applied Linguistics


(Please forward this advertisement to friends and colleagues who
might be interested).

The official advertisement follows below, but informal enquiries
about the position may be sent to
(Divisional Coordinator) or to me at

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in German
applied linguistics, effective July 1, 1997, at or near the floor
of the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Modern
Languages and Comparative Studies at the University of
Alberta. The 1995-96 minimum salary for Assistant Professors is
CAN $39,230.

The successful candidate should be capable of teaching courses in
applied linguistics and German language and should have a
demonstrated strong commitment to research in the methodology of
second language teaching. An interest in German studies would be
an asset.

A completed PhD or equivalent and native or near-native
proficiency in German are required. Applications, including a
resume, copies of relevant publications, and three letters of
recommendation, should be sent by January 15, 1997, to
Dr. Richard A. Young, Chair, Department of Modern Languages and
Comparative Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,
T6G 2E6.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority
will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of
Canada. The University of Alberta is committed to the principle
of equity in employment. As an employer we welcome diversity in
the workplace and encourage applications from all qualified women
and men, including Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities,
and members of visible minorities. This appointment is subject to
available funding.
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