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Sat May 20 2000

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Message 1: General Linguistics: GA at Kassel University (Germany)

Date: Sat, 20 May 2000 09:34:11 -0400
From: Joseph Wallmannsberger <wallmannHRZ.UNI-KASSEL.DE>
Subject: General Linguistics: GA at Kassel University (Germany)


Job: Graduate Assistant (Wiss. Mitarbeiter) in Linguistics, University
of Kassel

The English Department (Fachbereich 08: Anglistik) at the University
of Kassel has a vacancy for a Graduate Assistant (Wissenschaftliche
MitarbeiterIn, pay scale BAT-IIa, half time: very roughly DM 1800 a
month after tax (for a single person with no dependents, paid 13 times
a year)) in Linguistics.

The successful candidate will be a recent graduate in Languages,
Linguistics or a related field (Media Studies, Cognitive Science,
Communications, Computer Science) relevant for graduate studies in the
English Language Ph.D. Programme at Kassel University. A background in
CMC (computer-mediated communication), electronic corpus linguistics
or media studies would be welcome; experience in designing
WWW-applications a distinct advantage. There may be extra funding
available for a candidate qualified to also function as the
department's IT-manager.

The contract will be for a period of five years and candidates are
expected to have finished graduate school by the end of this period.

Closing date for applications will be June 1, 2000.

Enquiries and applications to:

Prof. Dr. Joseph Wallmannsberger
Professor of Linguistics
Fachbereich 08 - Anglistik
Universit´┐Żt Kassel
Georg-Forster-Strasse 3
D-34127 Kassel
GERMANY
E-mail: wallmannhrz.uni-kassel.de







Prof. Dr. Joseph Wallmannsberger
wallmannhrz.uni-kassel.de
Professor of Linguistics
Fachbereich 08 - Anglistik
University of Kassel
Georg-Forster-Strasse 3
D-34127 Kassel - Germany
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