23.1761, Jobs: English Lang and Communication: Lecturer, U of Hertfordshire

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Subject: 23.1761, Jobs: English Lang and Communication: Lecturer, U of Hertfordshire

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Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 11:39:10
From: Christina Schelletter [c.schelletter at herts.ac.uk]
Subject: English Language and Communication: Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

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University or Organization: University of Hertfordshire 
Department: School of Humanities - SBU
Job Location: Hertfordshire, United Kingdom 
Job Rank: Lecturer  

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; English Language and Communication

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

University of Hertfordshire- School of Humanities 

SBU: Humanities

Lecturer in English Language and Communication Part-time (0.5 fte)

Salary:  £30,122 - £35,938 pro rata per annum

The School of Humanities is seeking to appoint a 0.5 Lecturer in 
English Language and Communication in the area of 
Sociolinguistics and/or Second Language Learning and Teaching 
from September 2012.

As well as carrying out undergraduate teaching in the areas 
specified, the successful candidate will be expected to undertake 
supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate projects on topics 
related to the areas specified above. The successful candidate will 
hold a PhD in Sociolinguistics or Second Language Learning and 
Teaching, have a good research profile and experience of teaching 
in these areas as well as core areas of English Language, such as 
Grammar and Phonetics/Phonology. The ability to work 
independently and as part of a team is an important requirement of 
this post.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr. Christina Schelletter, e-mail 
c.schelletter at herts.ac.uk, tel + 44 (0) 1707 285690.

Closing Date: 20 April 2012

Interview date: 22 May 2012

Reference Number: 006809LIN

Apply online at the application URL below. 

Under current UKBA regulations, the University is unlikely to be able 
to get a work permit in respect of this post. We can therefore only 
accept applications from people who will have the right to work in the 
UK for at least one year from the date of appointment.


Application Deadline: 20-Apr-2012 
	  
Web Address for Applications: http://go.herts.ac.uk/jobs 
Contact Information:
	Dr Christina Schelletter 
	Email: c.schelletter at herts.ac.uk 





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