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Jobs: English Linguistics: Associate Prof, U of Amsterdam
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From: A. Peters <>
Subject: English Linguistics: Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
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University or Organization: University of Amsterdam
Department: Faculty of Humanities
Job Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Web Address: http://english.uva.nl/start.cfm
Job Rank: Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics
Required Language(s): Dutch (nld)
The Department of English Language and Culture seeks an
Associate Professor in English Linguistics for 38 hours per week.
Vacancy Number: W12-083
This associate professorship is complementary to an existing full
professorship for English Linguistics (Prof. Dr Olga Fischer).
The teaching of the linguistics of English takes place in the BA
program of English Language and Culture and the MA program in
(English) linguistics. Research is embedded in the Amsterdam
Center for Language and Communication and could in principle
touch on all the issues that the research groups which form part of
the ACLC are concerned with.
The associate professor of English Linguistics will be embedded in
the School of Language and Literature. His/her research will be part
of the Amsterdam Center for Language and Communication (ACLC).
The Faculty's Bachelor programs are overseen by the College of
Humanities. Masters and Ph.D. education is overseen by the
Graduate School of Humanities.
The successful candidate will teach and develop teaching activities
both as part of and outside the programme of the Department of
English Language and Culture. He or she will (help) supervise both
(under)graduate and doctoral students. The candidate will
independently conduct research in the areas mentioned, resulting in
contributions to leading international publications. The candidate will
be expected to raise funds for and be involved in (international)
research projects. The candidate will be responsible, together with
the professor holding the Chair of English linguistics, for a large part
of the administrative duties both within and outside the department of
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in English Language/Linguistics,
have a strong background in discourse theory and pragmatics, and
have experience in the practical application of discourse models.
Ideally the applicant will have research and/or teaching experience
in language proficiency and/or sociolinguistics. The successful
candidate will be able to contribute substantively to theoretical
reflections on the study of English Linguistics in a broader sense, and
engage actively in empirical research. She/he will have a strong
international reputation, an excellent publication record, and a
proven track record of acquiring external research funding. The
successful candidate will have broad working experience - including
internationally - in university settings, and will have experience
supervising graduate students and doctoral candidates. She/he will
have an active international network. The candidate must have a
fluent command of both Dutch and English; any appointee lacking
this level of linguistic competence will be expected to acquire it within
two years of taking up the post. In keeping with university policy,
candidates should preferably have international teaching
experience, preferably at different academic levels. It is crucial that
applicants have broad experience in the academic and
administrative duties required at university level.
Please submit a letter of application in Dutch or English,
accompanied by a CV and list of publications. The application has to
be received by us 5 May 2012 at the latest. The application should be
sent to the application address below. The top left-hand corner of the
envelope should be marked with the vacancy number and the words
Application Deadline: 05-May-2012
Mailing Address for Applications:
Prof. dr. F. van Vree
Amsterdam 1012 VT
Web Address for Applications: http://www.uva.nl/vacatures/vacatures.cfm/39FF6C5C-2264-4667-80820A08870AD835
Drs. A. Peters
Phone: +31 20 525 4428
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