LINGUIST List 9.1490

Sat Oct 24 1998

Jobs: Computational LIng, Socio Ling or Phonology

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  1. Carl Vogel, Lectureship in Computational Linguistics, Trinity College, Dublin
  2. James P. Lantolf, Spanish Socioling or Phonology; Penn State

Message 1: Lectureship in Computational Linguistics, Trinity College, Dublin

Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 18:52:23 +0100
From: Carl Vogel <vogelcs.tcd.ie>
Subject: Lectureship in Computational Linguistics, Trinity College, Dublin



Lecturer in Computational Linguistics 
Computer Science 
University of Dublin, Trinity College
 
Applications are invited for the following appointment in the
Department of Computer Science at Trinity College, Dublin. The
appointment will be tenable from the earliest convenient date.

The person appointed to this post will be committed to research and
teaching. The principal lecturing duties will be associated with the
degree in Computer Science, Linguistics and a Language. Candidates
should be prepared to teach a comprehensive course in natural language
processing, as well as contribute to courses in other areas such as
artificial intelligence, logic and complexity, formal semantics and
statistical methods.

The appointment will be made on contract for two years within the
salary range 15,531-21,915 per annum (Lecturer Grade II) at a point
commensurate with qualifications and experience to date.


Application form and further particulars relating to this post may be
obtained from:

Establishment Officer 
Staff Office 
Trinity College 
Dublin 2 
Tel: 608-1678 
Fax: 677-2169 
e.mail:recruittcd.ie 

Electronically available application forms:
http://www.tcd.ie/Staff_Office/app.rtf

The closing date for receipt of completed applications will be Friday,
6th November, 1998

TRINITY COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER 

Further particulars are available from the Staff Office, but
I'll be happy to field informal queries (vogeltcd.ie). Applicants
to previous posts should definitely consider reapplying.


Ref: 655(iv)/98 
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Message 2: Spanish Socioling or Phonology; Penn State

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 10:12:01 -0400
From: James P. Lantolf <jpl5cornell.edu>
Subject: Spanish Socioling or Phonology; Penn State

The following is to replace the job announcement posted on Sept. 22, 1998

Rank Open: Spanish Sociolinguistics or Phonology

Subspecialization in one or more the following areas: language contact,
bilingualism, dialectology, Spanish in the U.S., second language phonology.
Tenured or tenure-track, depending on qualifications and experience. Ph.D.,
near native proficiency in Spanish and English, and commitment to research
required. Responsibilities include teaching graduate seminars, supervising
graduate students, and teaching undergraduate courses in areas of
specialization. Send complete dossier to:

Terry J. Peavler, Interim Head,
Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Pennsylvania State University
N-352 Burrowes Buildilng, Box 2
University Park, PA 16802


Applications received by November 30, 1998 will be assured of
consideration. However, the search will continue until the position is
filled. Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity
and the diversity of its workforce. 
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