LINGUIST List 4.1020

Wed 01 Dec 1993

Jobs: Phonetics/phonology, General, Applied, Multimedia

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  1. "Claudia Brugman", Job: Phonetics/Phonology
  2. Peter Peterson, General Linguistics
  3. Jon Jonz, Applied Linguistics/ESL
  4. , Director of Foreign Languages Multi-media Center and Asst. Professor

Message 1: Job: Phonetics/Phonology

Date: 30 Nov 1993 10:57:01 GMT+1Job: Phonetics/Phonology
From: "Claudia Brugman" <CBrugmangandalf.otago.ac.nz>
Subject: Job: Phonetics/Phonology

 University of Otago
 Te Whare Wananga o Otago
 Dunedin, New Zealand

Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the
Linguistics Section of the School of Languages, University of Otago.
[Lecturer is equivalent to US Assistant Prof.; Sr. Lecturer is equivalent
to US Associate Prof.] Candidates should have a completed PhD in linguistics,
and teaching experience at tertiary level. The successful applicant will be
responsible for teaching core courses in phonetics and phonology and
should have a demonstrated commitment to research in these areas.
Secondary research or teaching expertise in one or more of the following
areas will be an advantage: applied linguistics, educational linguistics,
language acquisition, psycholinguistics, or second language teaching.
Field experience or specialization in a particular language or language
family will be an additional advantage, and candidates should specify
which language or language families they have worked on. The appointee
will also play an active role in the future deveopment of the linguistics
programme.

Appointment will be limited to three years in the first instance [i.e.
is expected to be converted to a permanent position], and will be at an
appropriate step on the lecturer's scale $NZ37,440 - 45,448 per annum,
or senior lecturer's scale, $NZ52,000 - 60,994 p/a. The position is
available from 1 Feb. 1994.

Specific inquiries may be directed to Prof. A. G. Fox, Head, School of
Languages, University of Otago (Fax: (64) (3) 479-2305; Internet
agfoxgandalf.otago.ac.nz) and further information is available from the
Registrar, Mr D. W. Girvan, University of Otago, PO Box 56, Dunedin, NZ
(Fax: (64) (3) 474- 1607).

Applications quoting reference number A93/134 close with the Registry on
28 January 1994.

Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.

A complete description of the conditions of employment and the structure of
the linguistics programme at the University of Otago are available from Prof.
Fox at the address above; or email me with your postal address at the Internet
address below.
Claudia Brugman
English Dept. and Linguistics Programme
University of Otago
PO Box 56
Dunedin, New Zealand
cbrugmangandalf.otago.ac.nz
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Message 2: General Linguistics

Date: Tue, 30 Nov 1993 14:21:41 General Linguistics
From: Peter Peterson <LNPGPcc.newcastle.edu.au>
Subject: General Linguistics


The Department of Linguistics at the University of Newcastle, Australia,
is seeking to fill two positions at the level of Associate Lecturer
(commencing salary in the range $A28700 - $A38950). The positions are
both tenurable, to start as early as possible in 1994.
Applicants must have a substantial background in general linguistic theory,
a higher degree in Linguistics (preferably a PhD), demonstrated research
potential, and good communication skills. Experience in teaching at the
tertiary level is desirable. Preference may be given to applicants with
strengths in one or more of the following areas: semantics, phonetics,
language acquisition, neurological foundations of language. However,
applications are welcome from all qualified persons.
Further information about the poositions may be obtained from
Dr Peter Peterson, Head, Department of Linguistics, The University of
Newcastle, New South Wales 2308, Australia. FAX: (61)49 216933.
Email: LNPGPcc.newcastle.edu.au
Applications should be sent to the same address, by Friday 21 January
1994.
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Message 3: Applied Linguistics/ESL

Date: Wed, 01 Dec 93 09:23:29 -0Applied Linguistics/ESL
From: Jon Jonz <JONZETSUACAD.ETSU.EDU>
Subject: Applied Linguistics/ESL


East Texas State University. Applied Linguistics/ESL. Assistant
Professor, tenure-track starting August 22, 1994, to teach and
advise graduate and undergraduates in general linguistics,
structure and history of English, language acquisition and
processing, sociolinguistics, ESL principles and practices, and
direct theses. Courses in Commerce and Dallas. Required:
doctorate by June 1994 in Applied Linguistics or related field;
teaching experience; demonstrated research commitment.
Desirable: experience with in-service and pre-service teacher
preparation; ability and experience in teaching English
composition, or literature surveys, or introductory philosophy,
or French. Submit letter of application, c.v., transcripts,
three letters of recommendation, and supporting documents to
Gerald Duchovnay, Head, Dept. Lit. and Langs., East Texas State
University, Commerce, TX 75429. Open until filled. AA/EO
Employer. Qualified women, minorities, and disabled persons are
encouraged to apply.
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Message 4: Director of Foreign Languages Multi-media Center and Asst. Professor

Date: Wed, 01 Dec 1993 11:06:22 Director of Foreign Languages Multi-media Center and Asst. Professor
From: <DEDDINGTONACAD1.MTSU.EDU>
Subject: Director of Foreign Languages Multi-media Center and Asst. Professor

Director of Foreign Languages Multi-media Center and Assistant
Professor (position number 124110). Doctorate in a foreign
language or in foreign language educational technology. Doctorate
required by appointment date. This tenure-track position begins
August 1994. Responsibilities: to manage the daily operations of
our Department's Multi-media Center, to supervise student workers,
to assist faculty and students in the use of equipment and
software, to assist in the acquisition and use of the most current
hardware and software; teaching duties include a foreign language
and/or methods courses on technology in foreign language education.
The successful candidate will have a knowledge of and expertise in
CAI, multi-media, and other technologies for language learning and
assist faculty in incorporating these into the foreign language
learning experience. A commitment to innovative teaching, program
development, research, and service is expected. Submit an
application letter (referencing the above position number), resume,
transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:

Chair, Search Committee
Multi-media Center Director
Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures
Middle Tennessee State University Box 79
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Review of applications will begin January 1, 1994, and will
continue until the position is filled.

MTSU is an equal opportunity, non-racially identifiable educational
institution which does not discriminate against individuals with
disabilities.
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