17.3622, Jobs: Synchronic English Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Mannheim

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Subject: 17.3622, Jobs: Synchronic English Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Mannheim

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Date: 06-Dec-2006
From: Dieter Thoma < thomad at uni-mannheim.de >
Subject: Synchronic English Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Mannheim, Germany 

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Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 10:34:19
From: Dieter Thoma < thomad at uni-mannheim.de >
Subject: Synchronic English Linguistics: Lecturer, University of Mannheim, Germany 

University or Organization: University of Mannheim 
Department: English Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.anglistik.uni-mannheim.de/linguistik/
Job Rank: Lecturer  
Specialty Areas: Synchronic English Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)


The Chair for English Linguistics at the University of Mannheim (Germany)
has an opening for the position of a: 

Lecturer in Synchronic English Linguistics

The position is at the rank of a part-time (50%) 'Wissenschaftlicher
Mitarbeiter'. The salary is determined by the German civil servants
standard (Vergütungsgruppe EG 13) and amounts to approximately 40,000 Euro
(salary and benefits) per year. The position is preliminarily terminated to
one year. Teaching will start February 2007.

Duties for this post include teaching in synchronic English Linguistics and
co-supervising BA and MA theses. The teaching load is two courses (90
minutes per week each) per semester.

Successful candidates should 
- possess an excellent MA or equivalent,
- have the motivation and the ability for superior teaching,
- have excellent language skills for teaching classes in English,
- enjoy working in a team and support a close connection between teaching
and research.

Taking a PhD is possible but it is not a necessary condition.

Applications received by December 31, 2006 will receive full consideration
although interviews may start at any time and will continue until the
position has been filled. 

Disabled applicants will be preferred when having the same qualification.
The University of Mannheim strives to increase the proportion of women in
research and teaching, and therefore encourages qualified female scientists
to apply.

Further information about the chair can be found at
http://www.anglistik.uni-mannheim.de/linguistik. Applications should
include a CV and an outline of teaching/ research experience/ interests.
Applications should be sent by mail or email to the address below.

Address for Applications:
	Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Tracy 
	Universität Mannheim, Anglistische Linguistik 
	Attn. Dieter Thoma 
	Schloss EW 266 
	Mannheim 68131 
Application Deadline: 31-Dec-2006 (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
	Dieter Thoma 
	Email: thomad at uni-mannheim.de

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