LINGUIST List 15.3079

Sun Oct 31 2004

Jobs: Socioling/Phonology:(Senior) Lecturer,U/Canterbury

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        1.    Kate Kearns, General Ling/Socioling/Phonology: Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, University of Caterbury, New Zealand



Message 1: General Ling/Socioling/Phonology: Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, University of Caterbury, New Zealand

Date: 31-Oct-2004
From: Kate Kearns <kate.kearnscanterbury.ac.nz>
Subject: General Ling/Socioling/Phonology: Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, University of Caterbury, New Zealand


University or Organization: University of Canterbury 
 Department: Department of Linguistics
 Job Rank: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Linguistics  
 Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Phonology 
 
 
 Description:
 
 Applications are invited for a tenured position at the level of Lecturer/Senior
 Lecturer (Lecturer is equivalent to US Assistant Professor) in the Department of
 Linguistics at the University of Canterbury. The minimum qualification on
 appointment is a Ph.D. in linguistics and a strong research record or strong
 potential in research publication. Candidates should be excellent teachers at
 both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and be comfortable and effective
 with large as well as small classes. Preference may be given to applicants with
 teaching and research experience in sociolinguistics and/or phonology. Expertise
 in other areas of linguistics will also be welcome.
 
 The Department offers courses in the core areas of linguistics for the
 three-year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. Postgraduate
 teaching includes courses for the Bachelor of Arts Honours degree by coursework,
 and the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees by thesis.
 
 Further information about the Department is available at
 http://www.ling.canterbury.ac.nz.
 
 For academic enquiries please contact the Department Administrator, Mrs Emma
 Parnell, at emma.parnellcanterbury.ac.nz. Mrs Parnell will forward your enquiry.
 
 Further information for prospective staff (salary scales, information about
 Christchurch and the University of Canterbury, etc.) is at
 http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/hr/for/prospective.shtml
 
 Application details are available from: http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/hr/vacancies/
 
 Applications, including the Application Form, quoting the vacancy number
 LG12618/0205, must be sent to the address below (Ph: +64 3 364 2426, 
 Fax: +64 3 364 2683) or by email to hrarts.canterbury.ac.nz
 
 The University of Canterbury has a policy of equal opportunity in employment.
 
 
 Address for Applications:
  
  Human Resourses Administrator 
  College of Arts, University of Canterbury
  Private Bag 4800 
  Christchurch
  New Zealand
   
 Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2005 
 
 Contact Information:
 
  Mrs Emma Parnell 
  Email: emma.parnellcanterbury.ac.nz 
  Phone: +64 3 364 2089 
  Fax: +64 3 364 2969 
 
 
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