LINGUIST List 8.208

Tue Feb 11 1997

Jobs: Phonology

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  1. M. Lynne Murphy, Phonologist for wits university

Message 1: Phonologist for wits university

Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 11:36:12 GMT + 2:00
From: M. Lynne Murphy <104LYNmuse.arts.wits.ac.za>
Subject: Phonologist for wits university

The following post, previously advertised here as 'pending approval'
is now confirmed. Please note that applications received after 28
February will not be considered and that the postal service usually
takes 2 weeks to deliver international mail here. I therefore
suggest that applicants use an express delivery service. Although
the ad doesn't mention this, ability to teach cognitive
science/psycholinguistics at the introductory level would recommend
a candidate. Address any e-mail queries about this position to me,
but address applications to the Head, as below.

Lynne Murphy (104lynmuse.arts.wits.ac.za)

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UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG
LECTURER IN LINGUISTICS

THe Department of Lingusitics, University of the Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg, announces a single vacancy for a Lecturer in Phonology
with a strong secondary interest in Sociolinguistics. The successful
candidate will have proven teaching ability and research interests
in Phonology and Sociolinguistics, with an emphasis on the former. A
Ph.D. should be in hand or close to completion Teaching is mainly at
the undergraduate level but will also involve post-graduate
supervision. In addition, staff members are expected to conduct
scholarly research and contribute to administration. Benefits
includes an annual bonus, generous leave, financial support for
research, funds for conference travel, pension, medical aid, and
housing subsidy and relocation allowance (if eligible). Duties
commence 1ST JULY 1997.

Submit letters of application giving research interests, teaching
experience and three letters of recommendation by 28 FEBRUARY to:

The Head
Department of Linguistics
University of the Witwatersrand
Private Bag 3
WITS 2050
SOUTH AFRICA
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