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Wed Jun 27 2007
Jobs: French & General/French Linguistics: Lecturer, Ghent University
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French & General Lingusitics, French Linguistics: Lecturer, Ghent University, Belgium
Message 1: French & General Lingusitics, French Linguistics: Lecturer, Ghent University, Belgium
From: Dominique Willems <Dominique.WillemsUGent.be>
Subject: French & General Lingusitics, French Linguistics: Lecturer, Ghent University, Belgium
University or Organization: Ghent University
Department: French Department
Web Address: http://www.francais.ugent.be/
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; French Linguistics
Required Language(s): French (fra)
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy - a part-time (50%) vacancy as Professor in the
rank of Lecturer (docent) or Professor in the rank of Senior Lecturer
(hoofddocent) in the field of modern French Linguistics.
The faculty of Arts and Philosophy would like to invite applications for the
position of Lecturer (docent) or Senior Lecturer (hoofddocent) in the Department
of French, beginning February 1, 2008, until September 30, 2011. The position
is part-time (50%). The responsibilities of the successful applicant will
include: academic teaching (in French) and research in the field of modern
- on the day of application, candidates should hold a PhD degree with doctoral
thesis or a degree recognized as equivalent;
- candidates are required to have research experience in the field of modern
French linguistics (syntax, semantics, pragmatics), supported by outstanding
recent contributions to national and international peer reviewed journals;
- international mobility, through, for example, participation in research
programmes at research institutions not linked to the university where the
highest degree was obtained, would be an advantage;
- candidates are required to possess the necessary didactic, organizational and
communicative skills for teaching at an academic level.
Depending on the specific profile of the selected candidate, the degree of
Professor in the rank of Senior Lecturer or Professor in the rank of Lecturer
will be granted.
For further information about this vacancy, please contact prof. Dominique
Willems, head of the department.
Applications must be sent in duplicate by registered mail to the rector of Ghent
University at the address below, using the specific application forms Autonomous
Academic Staff ('ZAP'), including the necessary attestations of competence
(copies of degrees), the 31st of July 2007 at the latest.
The application forms for Autonomous Academic Staff (ZAP)
- can be obtained at Ghent University, Department of Personnel and Organization,
Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25, 9000 Gent.
- can be requested by phone: +32 (0) 9 264 31 29 or 264 31 30.
- can be downloaded from the internet:
Application Deadline: 31-Jul-2007
Mailing Address for Applications:
Rector Paul Van Cauwenberghe
Phone: 32 (0) 9.264.40.44
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