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Sun Feb 21 2010

Jobs: Romance Philology; Linguistics: PhD Position, U of Cologne

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        1.    Martin Becker, Romance Philology; Linguistics: PhD Position, University of Cologne, Germany

Message 1: Romance Philology; Linguistics: PhD Position, University of Cologne, Germany
Date: 19-Feb-2010
From: Martin Becker <martin.becker1uni-koeln.de>
Subject: Romance Philology; Linguistics: PhD Position, University of Cologne, Germany
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University or Organization: University of Cologne
Job Location: Cologne, Germany
Job Rank: PhD Position

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics; Romance Philology

Required Language(s): Romance

Description:

The Department of Romance Philology of the University of Cologne is looking
for a recent MA major in Romance Philology or General Linguistics or
Computational Linguistics with a keen interest in Corpus Linguistics.

Candidates should have a good experience in different operating
systems (Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft), in at least one programming or script
language (e.g. Perl) and they should be familiar with annotation and query
tools.

The position will be part-time (50%); salary and social benefits are
determined by the German public service pay scale (TVL-13). The teaching
load is two hours per week , which corresponds to one course per
semester. Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, academic
transcripts indicating their degrees and further detailed information on
their language competence, experience in corpus linguistics and programming
etc. to the email address below.

The position is limited, for the time being, to 2 years (but can be renewed for
a third year). It is available starting 1 April 2010 or soon thereafter.

Applications from severely handicapped people are welcome. Given equal
qualifications, severely handicapped applicants will be preferred.
Applications from women are particularly welcome. Given equal
qualifications, ability, and achievement, women will be preferred.

Application Deadline: 20-Mar-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Prof. Dr. Martin Becker
Universität zu Köln
Romanisches Seminar
Albertus-Magnus-Platz
Cologne/Köln 50923
Germany
Email Address for Applications: martin.becker1uni-koeln.de
Contact Information:
Prof. Dr. Martin Becker
Email: martin.becker1uni-koeln.de

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