23.1758, Jobs: Morphology; Typology: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey

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Subject: 23.1758, Jobs: Morphology; Typology: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey

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Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 11:16:44
From: Matthew Baerman [m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk]
Subject: Morphology; Typology: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom

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University or Organization: University of Surrey 
Department: Surrey Morphology Group
Job Location: Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom 
Web Address: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/englishandlanguages/research/smg/index.htm
Job Rank: Lecturer  

Specialty Areas: Morphology; Typology 


School of English and Languages 
Surrey Morphology Group 

Salary up to £39,257 per annum   


Senior Lecturer 
Salary up to £46,846 per annum  

(Ref: 8696) 

The School of English and Languages is seeking to appoint an 
academic to a permanent position in the Surrey Morphology Group 
at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. Depending on the role and 
experience level, the successful applicant will be an active 
researcher with an international profile and experience in managing 
large research projects, or have demonstrated potential in these 
areas. The postholder will in due course take a leadership role within 
the Group, and contribute to the running of current projects and 
developing future funded projects. S/he will also contribute to the 
research culture of the School of English and Languages, to the 
postgraduate research culture of the School, to administration within 
the School, and to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching within 
the disciplines of English and Communication. 

The Group's current work ranges from fieldwork (on Daghestanian, 
Oto-Manguean, Slavonic and Papuan languages) to morphological 
theory (especially Network Morphology), typology (including 
Canonical Typology) and computational modelling. At School level, 
the School of English and Languages offers a collaborative and 
successful research environment, and within this, the Surrey 
Morphology Group has research projects funded by the European 
Research Council (Advanced Grant on Morphological Complexity), 
the ESRC and the AHRC (including the EuroBABEL scheme). 

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Diane Watt 
(d.watt at surrey.ac.uk), Dr Matthew Baerman 
(m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk), or Professor Greville Corbett 
(g.corbett at surrey.ac.uk). 

Expressions of interest for a higher appointment, from academics 
with an exceptional international research reputation, will also be 

Closing date for applications: 3rd May 2012 

To apply on line, please visit http://www.surrey.ac.uk/vacancies. 

If you are unable to apply online, please contact Mrs. Rebecca 
Varcoe via e-mail on r.varcoe at surrey.ac.uk or by telephone on + 
44(0)1483 686255 quoting reference 8696. 

We acknowledge, understand and embrace cultural diversity.

Application Deadline: 03-May-2012 
Web Address for Applications: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/vacancies 
Contact Information:
	Matthew Baerman 
	Email: m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk 

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