LINGUIST List 7.1629

Wed Nov 20 1996

Jobs: Australian Aboriginal Lgs, Speech Pathology

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  1. Alan Dench, Job: Australian Aboriginal Languages (phonology/lexicography)
  2. Speech Therapy, Speech Pathology/Language Disorders - T.E.I. Patras

Message 1: Job: Australian Aboriginal Languages (phonology/lexicography)

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 1996 14:14:24 +0800
From: Alan Dench <>
Subject: Job: Australian Aboriginal Languages (phonology/lexicography)




Applications are invited for a Teaching and Research Fellowship
in the Faculty of Arts commencing on or before 31 July 1997. The
Fellowship is being offered for a period of 2 years. The
Fellowship may be held in any one of the following areas: Asian
Studies (focusing on society and/or culture); French Studies
(native proficiency in the French language required); Linguistics
(Australian Aboriginal languages). The successful applicant must
have completed a PhD by the time of taking up the appointment in
their chosen area. They must have a good record in research and
publishing commensurate with age and experience, have
demonstrated ability as a university teacher and the ability to
work in a collegial, academic environment. The ability to
supervise postgraduate research and honours students and the
ability to attract research funding are desirable attributes. The
appointees may be expected to teach and develop units at
different levels of the undergraduate curriculum including
honours, to supervise postgraduate students and to undertake
research. This Fellowship is made available through the
University's Quality Assurance Funds. Recipients will be expected
to undertake both teaching and research, but will not undertake
substantial administrative duties. Applicants with teaching
experience are requested to submit a teaching portfolio as part
of their application. For further information and copies of the
selection criteria please contact Associate Professor Beverley
Hooper on telephone 380 2121 or fax 380 1167 or email for Asian Studies or Professor John
Tonkin on telephone 380 2188, or fax 380 1182 or email for French Studies and Linguistics.

SALARY RANGE: Lecturer Level B $43,042 - $51,113 p.a.

CLOSING DATE: 6 January 1997

Benefits include superannuation, fares to Perth (if applicable)
for appointee and dependent family, removal allowance (if
applicable), study leave and long service leave. Conditions of
appointment will be specified in any offer of appointment which
may be made as a result of this advertisement.

Written applications quoting reference number, telephone number,
qualifications and experience and the names, addresses (including
Email) and fax/telephone numbers of 3 referees should reach the
Director, Human Resources, The University of Western Australia,
Nedlands WA 6907, by the closing date.


for more information about job vacancies and
conditions of employment at UWA see:

for the Centre for Linguistics at UWA see:

for the Faculty of ARTS at UWA see:
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Message 2: Speech Pathology/Language Disorders - T.E.I. Patras

Date: Sun, 17 Nov 1996 17:13:59 +0200
From: Speech Therapy <>
Subject: Speech Pathology/Language Disorders - T.E.I. Patras

The Department of Speech Therapy of the
Technological Educational Institute of Patras, Greece,

anticipates a tenure track position at the entry level (pending
financial approval.) The candidate should have a specialization
in Speech/Language Pathology and/or in Neurolinguistics, Language
Disorders or some related area of Cognitive Science. PhD on
route will be considered.

Responsibilities include teaching courses in Speech Pathology,
Language Disorders and Neurolinguistics and participating in
research projects and Institute activities.

The individual should send a letter in which it should be stated
how s/he meets the above description and the names of three
referees, a CV, and a sample of representative publications at:

Search Committee
Dept. of Speech Therapy
T.E.I. Patras
Meg. Alexandrou 1
Koukouli, Patras

The deadline is December 15th. If you need more information you can 
contact us by e-mail at:
or by fax at:
+30 61 329-943 
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