LINGUIST List 7.876

Tue Jun 11 1996

Jobs: Lectureship in Spanish, University of Salford, UK

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Message 1: Lectureship in Spanish, University of Salford, UK

Date: 11 Jun 1996 15:25:00
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Subject: Lectureship in Spanish, University of Salford, UK
Lectureship in Spanish (Vacancy No.: ML/177)

Department of Modern Languages, University of Salford, UK

The post is available from 1 September 1996 or as soon as possible
thereafter. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will have
a native or near- native command of Spanish, with an interest in, and
preferably experience of, teaching Spanish history and contemporary
society, and language at all levels from ab initio to postgraduate
level. He/she will also be actively involved in research in one of
the areas related to the centres of the European Studies Research
Institute (ESRI), viz. Contemporary History and Politics, LANGUAGE AND
LINGUISTICS, Literary and Cultural Studies. He/she will be expected
to participate fully in the teaching and administrative
responsibilities of the Spanish Section and the Department as a whole.

Salary scales (pending review):
Lecturer A: GBP15154-19848

Informal enquiries may be made to the Chairman of Department,
Professor Richard J Towell (Tel: +44 (0)161 745 5648, or to the Head of the Spanish
Section, Mr Malcolm Marsh, (Tel: +44 (0)161 745 5000 x4241,

Further details and application forms are available from the Personnel
Office, University of Salford, Salford M5 4WT, UK. Tel: +44 (0)161 745
5201 (24 hrs.). Completed forms to be returned to this office by 5
July 1996, quoting reference ML/177.

The University is committed to excellence in higher education,
teaching and research.

The University aims to ensure that no student, member of staff or applicant:

(a) receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender,
colour, ethnic or national origin, socio-economic background,
disability, religious or political beliefs, family circumstances,
sexual orientation or other irrelevant distinction;

(b) is shown to be disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which
cannot be shown to be justifiable.
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