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LINGUIST List 17.550

Mon Feb 20 2006

Jobs: Faroese/Syntax: Researcher, U of Edinburgh

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        1.    Caroline Heycock, Modified: Faroese & Syntax: Researcher, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Message 1: Modified: Faroese & Syntax: Researcher, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Date: 09-Feb-2006
From: Caroline Heycock <C.Heycocked.ac.uk>
Subject: Modified: Faroese & Syntax: Researcher, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

University or Organization: University of Edinburgh
Department: Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences (LEL)
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Syntax; Syntax of Faroese
Required Language(s): Faroese (fao)


The School of Philosophy Psychology and Language Sciences (Linguistics and
English Language) is seeking to hire a Research Assistant to work on a
three year AHRC funded project on verb movement in Faroese, beginning
September 2006. The project requires the RA to develop materials for
experiments with native speaker subjects (adults and children); to travel
to the Faroe Islands to locate subjects, to run the experiments , and to
gather data of naturally-occurring speech between adults and children; and
to transcribe recorded material. The RA, who will be based in Edinburgh
when not conducting experiments and collecting data, will also be involved
in the analysis of the data and in writing up and presenting the results of
the research.

The successful applicant will have native or near-native competence in
Faroese, and some background in linguistics, ideally including experience
in working with syntactic data. Experience of experimental work is highly
desirable, or a willingness to learn the necessary techniques of
experimental design and data analysis. S/he will have completed at least a
BA in linguistics, Faroese language, or a related discipline.

The post is tenable from September 2006
The salary range is on the AR1A scale from £20,044 - £30,002, with a
maximum starting salary of £26,470.

Further particulars, including details of the application procedure, should
be obtained from http://www.jobs.ed.ac.uk The job is listed under
'Academic' or may be found by searching for the reference number. Note that
you may apply online, but that you must arrange for references to reach
Shirley Cairns at the address given, or at PPLSAppointmentsed.ac.uk, by
the deadline of 13 March 2006.

Please quote reference: 3005518

Address for Applications:

Mrs Shirley Cairns
School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences
7 George Square
Edinburgh EH8 9JZ
United Kingdom

Application Deadline: 13-Mar-2006

Contact Information:

Dr Caroline Heycock
Email: C.Heycocked.ac.uk
Phone: +44 131 650 3952
Fax: +44 131 650 6883
Website: http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk

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