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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
http://ifla.uni-stuttgart.de/index.php?article_id=1&clang=0
Job Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Rank: Lecturer
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Phonetics
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 http://ifla.uni-stuttgart.de. 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