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LINGUIST List 17.3040

Tue Oct 17 2006

Jobs: English Ling: Asst Position in Teaching and Research, Ghent U

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        1.    Stef Slembrouck, English Linguistics: Assistant Position in Teaching and Research, Ghent University, Belgium

Message 1: English Linguistics: Assistant Position in Teaching and Research, Ghent University, Belgium
Date: 16-Oct-2006
From: Stef Slembrouck <Stef.SlembrouckUGent.be>
Subject: English Linguistics: Assistant Position in Teaching and Research, Ghent University, Belgium

University or Organization: Ghent University
Department: English Department
Web Address: http://www.English.UGent.be
Job Rank: Assistant Position in Teaching and Research
Specialty Areas: Discipline of Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)


The English Department of Ghent University (Belgium) seeks to hire a
full-time teaching assistant for a two-year period (renewable twice).
Applicants for this position should be prepared to teach a variety of
introductory courses in Linguistics and English Language Proficiency and
will be expected to dedicate half their working time to PhD research in an
area of English Language Studies.

Applicants should have a first degree in 'Language & Literature: Germanic
Languages (English)' or an equivalent degree (for international
applicants). A Master degree in Linguistics, TEFL or Applied Linguistics is
particularly welcomed.

See also http://aivwww.ugent.be/DPO/vacatures/AAPWP/LW11w.html

Salary: min. € 23,468.58 - max. € 39,716.10

Earliest possible starting date: 1 December 2006

Submit application by registered mail.

Address for Applications:
Directie Personeel en Organisatie
Rectoraat - Universiteit Gent
St-Pietersnieuwsstraat 25
Gent 9000

Application Deadline: 23-Oct-2006

Contact Information:
Prof. Stef Slembrouck
Email: Stef.SlembrouckUGent.be
Phone: +32-9-264-3794
Fax: +32-9-264-4179
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