LINGUIST List 8.626

Tue Apr 29 1997

Jobs: syntax/semantics, discourse/socioling

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  1. James T. Myers, Two job openings at National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)

Message 1: Two job openings at National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)

Date: Tue, 29 Apr 1997 14:40:50 +0800 (CST)
From: James T. Myers <lngmyersccunix.ccu.edu.tw>
Subject: Two job openings at National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)


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 Two Open Rank Tenure Track Positions
 available at the
 Graduate Institute of Linguistics
 National Chung Cheng University

The Graduate Institute of Linguistics at National Chung Cheng University 
in Chia-yi, Taiwan, has two open rank tenure track positions available 
starting August 1, 1997. One position is in syntax/semantics; the other 
is in discourse/sociolinguistics. Candidates must have solid research 
records in Chinese linguistics. A background in corpus/computational 
linguistics is a plus. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in hand by June 1997 
in order to be appointed to either of the above positions by August 1, 
1997. Salary will be commensurate with rank and experience. The 
annual salary is about NT$936,000 for a first year assistant professor, 
NT$972,000 for a first year associate professor, and NT$1,144,000 for a 
first year full professor. (US$1.00 is approximately NT$27.00; previous 
teaching and research experience can be counted toward the salary 
scale in all of the three ranks.) Please send a letter of application,
along with a C.V., a statement of research goals, three letters of 
recommendation, and copies of major publications to:

James Tai, Professor and Director
Graduate Institute of Linguistics
National Chung Cheng University
Min-Hsiung, Chia-yi 621
Taiwan

Applications will continue to be accepted until the positions are filled, 
but preference will be given to applications received by May 31, 1997.
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