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Sat 14 Dec 1991

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  1. "Alison Flynn", Job Vacancy, Linguistics: University of Melbourne
  2. , Research Associate, University of Duesseldorf

Message 1: Job Vacancy, Linguistics: University of Melbourne

Date: 11 Dec 91 11:47:55 U
From: "Alison Flynn" <alison_flynnmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: Job Vacancy, Linguistics: University of Melbourne
REGARDING Job Vacancy, Linguistics
LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER (LIMITED TENURE) IN LINGUISTICS
Applications are invited for a Lectureship/Senior Lectureship in Linguistics in
the Department of Linguistics and Language Studies at the University of
Melbourne, Australia.
Applicants will have a PhD in Linguistics and teaching and research
specialisation in one or more of the central areas of Linguistics. Teaching
and/or research strength in Phonetics/Phonology will be an advantage, but
applications are welcomed from candidates with other areas of expertise. The
successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at a range of levels
from introductory to advanced, to supervise Honours and postgraduate students
and to participate fully in this dynamic Linguistics Programme.
The position is a limited tenure appointment of three years duration,
extendable to five years, and will commence in July 1992 or January 1993 by
arrangement with the candidate.
Salary is in the range:	$39,463 - $47,150 p.a (Lecturer)
				 $48,688 - $56,375 p.a.(Snr.Lecturer)
Further information about the programme and the position may be obtained from
Dr. Lesley Stirling, Linguistics Programme Coordinator (ph. 344 5192 or 344
5488).
Deadline for applications: January 25, 1992.
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Message 2: Research Associate, University of Duesseldorf

Date: Fri, 13 Dec 91 14:04:04 CET
From: <WIESEze8.rz.uni-duesseldorf.de>
Subject: Research Associate, University of Duesseldorf
 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
A half time position for a research associate at the University of Duesseldorf,
Germany, is available from March '92 to end of '93. The person hired will work
in a project on level-ordering within a larger group of projects on the theory
of the lexicon.
Specialisation and interest in the following areas:
 - Lexical Phonology,
 - morphological theory,
 - one or more non-Indoeuropean language.
Send letter of application to:
Richard Wiese
Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet
Universitaetsstr. 1
D-4000 Duesseldorf 1
FRG
e-mail: wiesedd0rud81.bitnet
 wieseze8.rz.uni-duesseldorf.de
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