LINGUIST List 31.3367
Tue Nov 03 2020
Jobs: Romance; French; Syntax: Researcher, University of Zurich
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Romance; French; Syntax: Researcher, University of Zurich, Switzerland E-mail this message to a friend
University or Organization: University of Zurich
Department: Romanisches Seminar
Job Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Web Address: https://www.rose.uzh.ch/de.html
Job Title: Research Assistant in French Linguistics
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Syntax
Required Language(s): French (fra)
Institute of Romance Studies
Research assistant (50%)
French linguistics (chair of Prof. Elisabeth Stark)
- The position includes 1 course (2 hours/week) of teaching per year (introductory courses, BA level), collaboration in preparing courses of the chair as well as intense collaboration in international research projects and publications.
- 40% of your working time are assigned for your own research.
The candidate must hold an MA in linguistics (phonology, morphology or syntax, focus on French) and have an excellent knowledge of French (teaching language) and good language knowledge of German (administrative language). Knowledge of other Romance languages as well as basic skills in statistics and programming are assets.
What We Offer:
The possibility of doctoral or postdoctoral qualification, involvement in teaching, inclusion in international research projects, stimulating team collaboration.
Place of Work: Zurich, Switzerland
Start of Employment:
February 1st 2021, for 3 years (renewable up to six years in total).
Applicants should send their cover letter, CV, list of puplications and teaching in one pdf document no later than December 11 to Elisabeth Stark at the application mailing address or application email address provided below.
For further information please contact Elisabeth Stark at the contact information provided below.
Application Deadline: 11-Dec-2020
Mailing Address for Applications:
Romanisches Seminar, Zürichbergstr. 8,
Email Address for Applications: estark
Professor Elisabeth Stark
Page Updated: 03-Nov-2020