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Job Announcement: University of Stuttgart

English; General Linguistics; Phonetics: Part-time Lecturer, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

Employer: University of Stuttgart
Institut fuer Linguistik: Anglistik
Job Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Rank: Lecturer
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Specialty: English
LL Issue: 23.4573
Date Submitted: 31-Oct-2012
Job Description: The Institut für Linguistik: Anglistik at the University of Stuttgart is
looking for a part-time lecturer in English Linguistics
(wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, 50% TV-L 13). The position is permanent.

The teaching load is 4.5 hours per term, including "Phonetic Practice" and
introductory linguistics courses. The successful candidate is expected to
develop a curriculum for "Phonetic Practice" as a Blended Learning course
for students in the B.Ed. Programme (Lehramt). Furthermore, s/he will be in
charge of administrative tasks related to quality assurance in teaching.

Requirements for the post are a PhD or M.A. in English linguistics or a
similar suitable qualification, together with native competence in English.
Experience in undergraduate teaching would be an advantage. Qualification
towards a doctoral degree in the area of experimental phonology or second
language acquisition (phonology) is encouraged. Additional funding is
currently being explored.

We are looking for a highly motivated candidate who can work independently,
but will also enjoy being part of our team. The candidate should have a
professional working proficiency in German or is expected to acquire it
within two years.

For information on the department, see For
questions concerning the post, contact Prof. Sabine Zerbian.

Please send your application per email. Besides a CV, list of publications,
and names of two referees, it should include a concept for the course
"Phonetics Practice" (1 page) as well as an outline of a possible doctoral
thesis (2 pages).
Application Deadline: 21-Nov-2012
Application Email: click here to access email
Contact Information: Sabine  Zerbian
click here to access email
Phone: +49-711-68582985