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LINGUIST List 17.370

Fri Feb 03 2006

Jobs: German & Psycholing: Junior Prof, U of Goettingen

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        1.    Regine Eckardt, German & Psycholinguistics: Junior Professor, University of Goettingen, Germany

Message 1: German & Psycholinguistics: Junior Professor, University of Goettingen, Germany
Date: 02-Feb-2006
From: Regine Eckardt <regine.eckardtphil.uni-goettingen.de>
Subject: German & Psycholinguistics: Junior Professor, University of Goettingen, Germany

University or Organization: University of Goettingen
Department: German
Job Rank: Junior Professor
Specialty Areas: Syntax; Psycholinguistics
Required Language(s): German, Standard (deu)


The Department of German Language and Literature at the University of
Goettingen invites applications for a junior professorship "Deutsche
Philologie / Sprachwissenschaft (Deutsche Sprache)", opening October 1st,
2006. The position is a Juniorprofessur (W1 in the German salary ranking)
limited to three years, with an extension for another 3 years after
evaluation, and with a tenure track option (to German W2, BBesO).

The successful applicant has a training in German linguistics (present day
German) with a focus on formal syntax of modern German and/or
psycholinguistics. The department welcomes cooperation with neighboring
institutions and centers at the University of Goettingen, as well as active
participation in teaching the curriculae for undergraduate studies
(Lehramt, Magister, Diplom Wirtschaftspaedagogik, M.A./ B.A.) and at the
graduate level (Ph.D.). The application requires a finished Ph.D. degree.
Applicants from German universities should not have been occupied as
wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft or wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in for more
than six years (incl. Ph.D. studies) after having finished the first
degree. Only applicants who have not received their Ph.D. from Goettingen,
or who have done research outside Goettingen for at least two years after
their Ph.D. degree are eligible for tenure. (See §30 et al. of the
Niedersächsisches Hochschulgesetz; please feel free to contact the
department or Prof. Dr. Regine Eckardt, reckardtgwdg.de, for further

The University of Goettingen follows an equal opportunity policy.
Applications of disabled persons, as well as applications of women, are
particularly invited.

Please send your application, including a CV, copies of your degrees, list
of publications and teaching activities, before March 2nd, 2006 to
Dekan der Philosophischen Fakultaet der Georg-August Universitaet
Goettingen, Humboldtallee 17, D-37073 Goettingen, Germany.

Address for Applications:

Dekan Prof.Dr. Heinz-Guenther Nesselrath
Philosophische Fakultaet der Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen
Humboldtallee 17
Goettingen 37073

Application Deadline: 02-Mar-2006

Contact Information:

Prof. Regine Eckardt
Email: reckardgwdg.de
Phone: 0551397576

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