Temporary (two year) Lectureship in Russian (Ref: 3149)

Dr Dunstan Brown d.brown at SURREY.AC.UK
Thu Nov 8 15:25:45 UTC 2001

University of Surrey
School of Language, Law and International Studies
Temporary (two year) Lectureship in Russian (Ref: 3149)
Salary: £20,267 - £32,215 per annum, according to qualifications and experience

Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Russian, made possible by funding from the ESRC (Research Fellowship to a member of the Surrey Morphology Group). This two-year post will involve teaching Russian at various levels, including ab initio language, and some examining, administrative and pastoral responsibilities. There will be the opportunity to carry out research within the Surrey Morphology Group. The appointment is intended to provide the chance for an appropriate candidate to develop his or her career within a strong Russian section.
Candidates should have an excellent knowledge of Russian, both active and conceptual. Expertise in typology or morphological theory would be advantageous.
Details of the Russian Section can be found at:
Details of the Surrey Morphology Group can be found at:
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Greville Corbett (g.corbett at surrey.ac.uk).
For an application pack, please contact Sue Grover by telephone on 01483 686200, by e-mail at sllis-recruitment at surrey.ac.uk or via post to Sue Grover, School Office, School of Language, Law and International Studies, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH or download application documents from www.surrey.ac.uk ‘Employment Opportunities’. Please supply your postal address and the reference number 3149. Please do not submit any documentation until you have received this pack. The closing date for written applications is Friday 7 December 2001. It is intended to interview shortlisted candidates during week commencing 17 December 2001. Funding is available from 1 January 2002, but a later starting date may be agreed.
The University is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy.

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