Lecturer positions at U of Manchester

Dan Everett dan.everett at MAN.AC.UK
Fri Jun 27 08:36:30 UTC 2003


I am forwarding to you an announcement recently posted to the 
LinguistList, concerning positions at the University of Manchester.

The position described below is a permanent appointment. There is also 
a one-year sabbatical-replacement position advertised. In addition, the 
University is advertising for a Lecturer in Portuguese Syntax. For 
further information on any of these positions, please contact either 
Martin Barry or Nigel Vincent.

Please excuse multiple copies due to multiple postings.

Dan Everett

> From: martin.barry < martin.barry at man.ac.uk >
> Subject: Any Branch of Linguistics: Lecturer, The University of
> Manchester, UK
> University or Organization: The University of Manchester, UK
> Department: Department of Linguistics
> Rank of Job: Lecturer
> Specialty Areas: Language Endangerment, Language Change, Field
> Linguistics
> Description:
> The University of Manchester invites applications for the post of
> Lecturer in Linguistics which is tenable from 1 September 2003.
> Applications will be considered from those specializing in any
> branch of linguistics; preference may be given to candidates whose
> research relates to one or more of the following: language
> endangerment, field linguistics, language change. Salary will be on
> the Lecturer A scale, £22,191 to £25,451 p.a.
> Candidates should have:
> (A. Essential)
> 1. outstanding research potential and the proven capacity to
> contribute to a department of international research excellence.
> 2. a robust research plan up to and beyond the next RAE (Research
> Assessment Exercise).
> 3. a completed (or about to be completed) PhD in any area of
> linguistics.
> 4. a strong commitment to high-quality, research-led teaching.
> (B. Desirable)
> 1. a research record and plans which relate to one or more of the
> following: language endangerment, field linguistics or language
> change.
> 2. excellent presentational skills necessary for lectures, seminars
> and small group teaching.
> 3. good organizational skills appropriate to departmental teaching and
> administration.
> 4. good IT skills.
> The appointed candidate will be expected to contribute to research and
> teaching (both undergraduate and postgraduate) in the Department of
> Linguistics, and to undertake such administrative, pastoral, and other
> duties as may be assigned.
> Applications should be returned by Monday 14th July 2003.
> Applications should quote reference number 506/03 and contain the
> names of three referees. Those invited for interview will be asked to
> give a presentation of their work to members of the Department.
> Interested applicants are invited to make informal contact with either
> Prof Nigel Vincent (mailto: nigel.vincent at man.ac.uk ,
> +44-(0)161-275-3194/ 3187) or the Chair of the Department, Martin
> Barry (mailto: martin.barry at man.ac.uk , +44 (0)61-275-3250/ 3187).
> Address for Applications:
> Attn: Director of Personnel
> The University of Manchester
> Oxford Road
> Manchester, M13 9PL
> United Kingdom
> Applications are due by 14-Jul-2003
> Contact Information:
> Martin Barry
> Email: martin.barry at man.ac.uk Tel: +44 161 275 3250
> Fax: +44 161 275 3187
> Website: http://ling.man.ac.uk/

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