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Wed Aug 06 2008
Jobs: Italian Studies: Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney
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Italian Studies: Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney, Australia
Message 1: Italian Studies: Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney, Australia
From: YOLANDA RODRIGUEZ <YOLANDA_RODRIGUEZADENERGY.COM.AU>
Subject: Italian Studies: Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney, Australia
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University or Organization: The University of Sydney
Department: Department of Italian Studies
Job Location: Sydney, Australia
Web Address: http://www.usyd.edu.au/
Job Rank: Senior Lecturer
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Italian Studies
Required Language(s): Italian (ita)
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies
Department of Italian Studies, Faculty of Arts
Reference No. 136904
The School of Languages and Cultures in the Faculty of Arts is seeking to
appoint a Level B or Level C Lecturer (equivalent to US assistant professor
or associate professor) in Italian Studies from January 2009. Applicants
should hold a PhD degree or equivalent and have native or near-native
competence in Italian and English. The preferred applicant will have a
strong record of research, publication and teaching in a
research-university context, and be willing to participate in advanced
language teaching. Applicants at Level C should have a record of successful
grant applications and of Honours and Postgraduate supervision. Given the
Department's current staffing profile, preference may be given to a
specialist in Italian Literature before 1700.
The appointee will be required to work independently and collaboratively in
course design, development and coordination; teach senior-level units in
his or her area of Italian Studies; contribute to cross-discipline units at
undergraduate and postgraduate level; take an active role in
administration, including WebCT and teaching administration; and maintain
an active research profile. He or she will also work to maintain close
contacts already established between the Department and the wider community.
Applicants are invited to indicate areas in addition to language teaching
in which they are most equipped to contribute to the current and future
teaching of the Department.
The position is full-time and continuing (subject to the completion of a
satisfactory probation period) and is available from 1 January 2009.
Applicants should be available to commence teaching in Semester 1, 2009.
Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of
employment for new appointees.
Remuneration package: $86,731 - $122,395 p.a. (which includes a base salary
Lecturer Level B/C $73,289 - $103,519 p.a., leave loading and up to 17%
employer's contribution to superannuation).
For more information and to apply, please visit the application website
listed below. Specific enquiries about the role can be directed to the
Chair of Department, Professor Nerida Newbigin.
Application Deadline: 15-Sep-2008
Web Address for Applications: http://positions.usyd.edu.au/linguist1
Professor Nerida Newbigin
Phone: (02) 9351 3584
Fax: (02) 9036 7852
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