14.1073, Jobs: French/Spanish/Italian: Lecturer, U/of Exeter

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Subject: 14.1073, Jobs: French/Spanish/Italian: Lecturer, U/Exeter

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Date:  Wed, 09 Apr 2003 10:58:29 +0000
From:  a.b.coveney at ex.ac.uk
Subject:  French/Spanish/Italian: Lecturer, University of Exeter (England)

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 09 Apr 2003 10:58:29 +0000
From:  a.b.coveney at ex.ac.uk
Subject:  French/Spanish/Italian: Lecturer, University of Exeter (England)

University or Organization: University of Exeter (England)
Department: Modern Languages
Rank of Job: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: French or Spanish or Italian


University of Exeter (England)
School of Modern Languages

Lecturer in French (Reference: 6452)
Lecturer in Hispanic Studies (Reference: 6453)
Lecturer in Italian (Reference: 6454)

The University is seeking to appoint three permanent lectureships in
Modern Languages from 1 September 2003. For all three posts, the
successful candidates will have at least near-native command of the
language concerned, including the ability to teach non-language
courses through the medium of that language and English. They will
have proven research interests and outstanding research potential and
have completed, or be close to completing, a PhD or its

For the French post, applications are invited from candidates with
research specialisms which complement and strengthen French's existing
profile; for Hispanic Studies, preference will be given to candidates
offering specialisms in medieval or Golden Age literature; for
Italian, the requirement is for twentieth-century Italian Studies,
within which a specialism in film would be particularly welcome. For
each post the starting salary will be between £23,296 and £26,270.
For an information pack www.ex.ac.uk/admin/personnel/vacancies;
j.e.orr at ex.ac.uk; fax 01392 263122.  Closing date for all posts is 25
April 2003.  Equal opportunities employer.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: J. E. Orr
	Personnel Division
	University of Exeter
	Exeter, EX4 4QJ
	United Kingdom

	Applications are due by 25-Apr-2003

Contact Information:
	Ms. J. E. Orr
	Email: j.e.orr at exeter.ac.uk
	Tel: 01392 263103
	Fax: 01392 263122
	Website: http://www.ex.ac.uk/

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