LINGUIST List 8.1254

Tue Sep 2 1997

Jobs: Phonology & Socio-Ling, Chinese Ling

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  1. Dominique Estival, 2 Positions at the University of Melbourne
  2. linguist, Job Announcement

Message 1: 2 Positions at the University of Melbourne

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 10:15:34 +1000
From: Dominique Estival <D.Estivallinguistics.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: 2 Positions at the University of Melbourne

Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

1. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Phonetics/Phonology

The University, recognised internationally for excellence in teaching and
research, is located centrally in Melbourne, a vibrant centre of Australian
intellectual and cultural life.


The Position

Located in the Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Faculty
of Arts, and reporting to the Head of Department, the successful applicant
will teach and supervise research in phonetics and phonology, teach
introductory linguistics; continue a strong record of research,
publication and grant-getting in phonetics/phonology; supervise and develop
the phonetics laboratory, and carry out administration at an appropriate
level.


The Person

You must have a PhD in a relevant area, and a proven track record in the
areas specified above. In addition, the ability to contribute to teaching,
research and postgraduate research in areas forming part of the
Department's strategic foci would be an advantage. These include applied
phonetics / phonology; field linguistics; linguistics of English; and
cognitive science; and Applied Linguistics.


The Benefits

Salary $44,764 - 53,158 (Lecturer Level B), or $54,835 - 63,229 (Senior
Lecturer Level C) plus 17% employer superannuation contributions and car
parking.


Duration

This is a continuing position, available from 1 January 1998.


Contact

For further information and a position description, contact Christine
McKeown, Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Tel.: +61 3
9344 5394; fax +61 33 9344 8990; email c.mckeownunimelb.edu.au.


Application to

Director, Human Resources, The University of Melbourne, Parkville,
Victoria, 3052, AUSTRALIA. fax +61 3 9344 4694 by 30 September 1997.
Quote position number XXXXX and include the names (with phone and
facsimile numbers) of three referees in your application.



2. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sociolinguistics/English Language

The University, recognised internationally for excellence in teaching and
research, is located centrally in Melbourne, a vibrant centre of Australian
intellectual and cultural life.


The Position

Located in the Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Faculty
of Arts, and reporting to the Head of Department, the successful applicant
will teach and supervise research in sociolinguistics and/or English
language, teach introductory linguistics; continue a strong record of
research, publication and grant-getting in sociolinguistics and/or English
language; and carry out administration, in particular of the English
Language interdepartmental program, at an appropriate level.


The Person

You must have a PhD in a relevant area, and a proven track record in the
areas specified above. In addition, the ability to contribute to teaching,
research and postgraduate research in areas forming part of the
Department's strategic foci would be an advantage. These include
descriptive linguistics, applied phonetics/phonology; field linguistics;
cognitive science; and Applied Linguistics.


The Benefits

Salary $44,764 - 53,158 (Lecturer Level B), or $54,835 - 63,229 (Senior
Lecturer Level C) plus 17% employer superannuation contributions and car
parking.


Duration

This is an limited tenure position, available from 1 January 1998 until 31
December 2000.


Contact

For further information and a position description, contact Christine
McKeown, Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Tel.: +61 3
9344 5394; fax +61 33 9344 8990; email c.mckeownunimelb.edu.au.


Application to

Director, Human Resources, The University of Melbourne, Parkville,
Victoria, 3052, AUSTRALIA. fax +61 3 9344 4694 by 30 September 1997.
Quote position number XXXXX and include the names (with phone and
facsimile numbers) of three referees in your application.
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Message 2: Job Announcement

Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 10:06:06 +0800
From: linguist <linguistgate.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: Job Announcement

 
September 2, 1997

 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


 INSTITUTE OF LINGUISTICS, PREPARATORY OFFICE, ACADEMIA SINICA

 The Institute of Linguistics (Preparatory Office), Academia Sinica
invites applications from citizens of the Republic of China for research
positions leading toward tenure track posts. Currently, one tenure-track
position is open, but non-tenure track post-doctoral positions pending
budgetary approval are also available. The area of specialization is open,
but preference will be given to those in the following fields: phonology
(and phonetics), semantics, Min and Hakka dialects, Chinese dialect studies,
Austronesian languages minority languages in China and cognitive linguistics.

 Applicants already holding a Ph.D. will be considered for the position
of Assistant Research Fellow (equivalent to Assistant Professor) or
Post-doctoral Research Specialist. These are purely research positions and
no teaching is required. The minimum salary is NT818,040 (about
US$29,747)/yr for Assistant Research Fellow, plus bonuses.

 Applicants should send a vitae, transcripts from graduate school, an
abstract of the dissertation (including the title, chapter by chapter
summary, methodology, materials, and main conclusions), and three letters of
recommendation to

 Dr. Paul Li, Director
 Institute of Linguistics, Preparatory Office
 Academia Sinica
 Nankong, Taipei 115, Taiwan

 The deadline for receipt of these materials is October 31, 1997.
Applicants will be notified of our preliminary decision around the beginning
of December, 1997; those notified of preliminary acceptance would then be
expected to send the complete text of dissertation by the end of January,
1998 for evaluation.

 For more information, applicants should write to the address above or
send e-mail to IN%"linguistgate.sinica.edu.tw" or fax: 886-2-6523162.
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