LINGUIST List 7.610

Wed Apr 24 1996

Jobs: Lectureship in Italian, Technical job at Georgia

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  1. P.A.Rowlettmod-lang.salford.ac.uk, Lectureship in Italian, University of Salford, UK
  2. "William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.", Technical job at Georgia

Message 1: Lectureship in Italian, University of Salford, UK

Date: 24 Apr 1996 14:22:00
From: P.A.Rowlettmod-lang.salford.ac.uk <P.A.Rowlettmod-lang.salford.ac.uk>
Subject: Lectureship in Italian, University of Salford, UK

Lectureship in Italian (Vacancy No.: ML/176)

Department of Modern Languages, University of Salford, UK

The post is available from 1 October 1996, or as soon as possible
thereafter. It is anticipated that the successful candiate will be a
native speaker of Italian, with an interest in, and preferably
experience of, teaching Italian history and contemporary society, and
language at all levels from ab initio to degree level, including
translation from English into Italian. The successful candidate will
also be research-active in any area of Italian Studies appropriate to
any of the centres of the European Studies Research Institute, viz
Literary and Cultural Studies, LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS, Contemporary
History and Politics. The successful candidate will be expected to
participate fully in the teaching and administrative responsibilities
of the Italian section and the Department as a whole.

Salary scales (pending review): Lecturer A: 15154-19848 Lecturer B:
20677-29532 Senior Lecturer: 27747-33898

Informal enquiries can be made to the Chairman of Department,
Professor Richard J Towell (Tel: +44 (0)161 745 5648,
R.J.Towellmod-lang.salford.ac.uk) or to the Head of the Italian
Section, Dr Susan A Hill (Tel: +44 (0)161 5000 x4914,
S.A.Hillmod-lang.salford.ac.uk).

Application forms are available from the Personnel Office, University
of Salford, Salford M5 4WT, UK. Tel: +44 (0)161 745 5400 Fax: +44
(0)161 745 5885
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Message 2: Technical job at Georgia

Date: Wed, 24 Apr 1996 10:08:52 EDT
From: "William A. Kretzschmar, Jr." <billkatlas.uga.edu>
Subject: Technical job at Georgia
The Department of English, University of Georgia, seeks to hire an
academic professional for network support and development to begin 1
July 1996. The successful applicant will have an appropriate terminal
degree and strong academic background in the humanities together with
substantial, demonstrable experience in computing and networking on
Unix, Novell, DOS/Windows, and Mac platforms. Job responsibility will
include administration of the departmental servers and network system,
oversight of end-user problems, evaluation of equipment needs,
assistance in preparation of grant proposals, and the offering of
in-service training workshops. This position is a new line within the
Department; while not tenure track, it offers the professional
reasonable expectation of regular reappointment.
 
In addition, the academic professional (AP) will assist in
instructional design and the planning and implementation of
educational technologies. The AP will help the faculty to acquire
information for their teaching and research by electronic means. The
AP will aid the faculty in developing and using appropriate systems
for maintenance, presentation, and analysis of the information for
teaching and research. The AP will contribute to the construction and
maintenance of the department's Internet/Web presence. The AP may
teach one course per year in computer-mediated communication depending
upon qualifications, may supervise research assistants, and, in sum,
should take the opportunity to help the faculty to reinvent the
teaching of English.
 
Twelve-month starting salary is $35,000.

The Department encourages applications from women and minorities.
 
Initial applications and any questions should be submitted
electronically to: techjobenglish.uga.edu (ASCII text,
sixty-character line, no attachments), with follow-up hard copy
postmarked no later than 24 May 1996 to: Prof. Nelson Hilton /
Academic Professional Search / Department of English / Athens GA,
30602.

AA/EOE
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