LINGUIST List 21.1463

Thu Mar 25 2010

Jobs: Chinese; Translating & Interpreting: Lecturer, U of Salford

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        1.    Heather Craddock, Chinese; Translating & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom

Message 1: Chinese; Translating & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Date: 25-Mar-2010
From: Heather Craddock <hcraddockadsfab.com>
Subject: Chinese; Translating & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of Salford, United Kingdom
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University or Organization: University of Salford Department: Faculty of Arts, Media & Social Sciences Job Location: Manchester, United Kingdom Web Address: http://www.languages.salford.ac.uk/
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Translation; Interpreting

Required Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)

Description:

Faculty of Arts, Media & Social SciencesLecturer in ChineseRef: 1129723£36,715 - £43,840 PAPermanent Full time

The School of Languages seeks to make an established academic appointmentin Chinese language and translating & interpreting in order to support theSchool's existing taught PG programme in Chinese translating andinterpreting, to develop and expand ab initio Chinese within our portfolioof in-house and collaborative applied-language UG programmes, and toenhance the School's research profile in Translation and InterpretingStudies and/or Linguistics. The School aims to provide a stimulatingenvironment in (theoretical, applied or descriptive) linguistics andtranslation and interpreting studies while fostering the development ofcross-disciplinary work.

In teaching, the successful candidate will have expertise in teachingChinese-to-English translating and/or interpreting at UG and PG level, aswell as ab initio Chinese language. In research the successful candidateshould either already have an established profile (in terms of REFsubmission and PhD-student supervision) in an area relevant to theactivities of the Centre, or the potential to develop such a profile.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr Dongning Feng, Lecturer inChinese (0161 295 7069; d.fengsalford.ac.uk).

For more information and to apply for this vacancy please visit:http://www.hr.salford.ac.uk/CVs will not be accepted without an application form.

At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach topromoting equality and diversity. We aim to have a more diverse workforceat all levels of the institution and particularly welcome applications frompeople from minority ethnic backgrounds and people with disabilities, whoare under-represented in our workforce.

Application Deadline: 06-Apr-2010 Web Address for Applications: http://www.hr.salford.ac.uk
Contact Information:
Human Resources Human Resources Email: HRsalford.ac.uk
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