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Job Announcement: Graduate Center, City University of New York

Phonetics: Post Doc, Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, USA

Employer: Graduate Center, City University of New York

Job Location: New York, USA
Title: Post-doctoral Fellow in Speech Production
Rank: Post Doc
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
LL Issue: 24.1387
Date Submitted: 22-Mar-2013
Job Description: The Graduate Center of the City University of New York is offering a full-time, 2 year post-doctoral position in speech production. Work will be done on the movement and coordination of speech articulators in first and second languages. Expertise in measurement systems for speech articulation is required. Experience with ultrasound is especially useful, as is familiarity with electromagnetic
articulometry. Duties will include assisting with the experiments described in the grant (recruitment, setup, analysis and write-up), coordinating with the PI on scheduling and maintenance of the Speech
Production Laboratory, and working on research projectís of the applicantís own design that advance the goals of the grant.

In addition to the performance of research, the chosen candidate will also be given the opportunity to participate in the educational activities of the graduate students in the Speech-Language-Hearing
Sciences and the Linguistics programs. Grant writing will be supported and encouraged.

A Ph.D. in a speech related field (Linguistics, Speech and Hearing, etc.) must be in hand before acceptance.
Application Deadline: 19-May-2013
Application URL: http://www.rfcuny.org/hr/pvn/cgi-bin/show_job.asp?pvn=REA-1566
Contact Information: Douglas H.  Whalen
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