LINGUIST List 7.1608

Wed Nov 13 1996

Jobs: New Research Center/Vienna, Research Assistant/Leeds

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  1. Christoph Ludwig, Jobs in Vienna
  2. "J. KLEMOLA", Jobs: Research Assistant at Leeds

Message 1: Jobs in Vienna

Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 14:20:19 GMT
From: Christoph Ludwig <Christoph.Ludwigunivie.ac.at>
Subject: Jobs in Vienna
A New Research Center in Vienna: "Discourse, Politics, Identity"
is looking for linguists and social scientists for half/time and
full/time employment on a 2 year contract:

Net. Payment: incl. Austrian Social Security
Master's degree
20 hours: 10.630,-US$
40 hours:18.706,-US$
Doctorate degree
20 hours: 14.899,-US$
40 hours: 25943,-US$

Requirements for linguists:
University degree, experience in discourse analysis, media analysis
or political discourse, perfect knowledge of German and English,
knowledge of French and/or Spanish will be an advantage, PC
knowledge.

Requirements for social scientists:
University degree, experience in political discourse, theory of
organizations, especially within the European Union, perfect
knowledge of German and English, knowledge of French and/or Spanish
will be an advantage, PC knowledge.

Send applications including CV, Copy of Thesis, list of publications
to:
Dr. Ruth Wodak, Prof. of Linguistics
Berggasse 11/1/8
University of Vienna
Institute for Linguistics
A-1090 Vienna
Austria
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Message 2: Jobs: Research Assistant at Leeds

Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 09:53:01 GMT
From: "J. KLEMOLA" <engjkARTS-01.NOVELL.LEEDS.AC.UK>
Subject: Jobs: Research Assistant at Leeds
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

The above post is available from 1 January 1997, or as soon as
possible thereafter, for a fixed period of twelve months to work on
the Leeds Corpus of English Dialects project, funded by the Leverhul
me Trust. The aim of the project is to transcribe and edit for
publication the unique collection of the Survey of English Dialects
tape-recordings held at the School of English. The post may be held
either full-time, or on a job-share basis.

Applicants should have at least a higher degree in English Language
or Linguistics. Interest in Dialectology and Language Variation
studies, and basic computing skills are essential.

Salary will be stlg14,317 p.a. pro rata (under review) on the scale for
research staff grade 1B.

Application forms and further particulars may be obtained from Mrs
Sue Baker, Senior Administrative Officer, School of English, The
University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, tel 0113 233 4732. In all enqui
ries please quote the reference number 3/81.

Informal enquiries may be directed to Juhani Klemola,
e-mail: j.klemolaleeds.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications 4 December 1996.

The University of Leeds promotes an Equal Opportunities Policy.
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