23.426, Jobs: Spanish Linguistics: Professor, Ghent University

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Subject: 23.426, Jobs: Spanish Linguistics: Professor, Ghent University

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Date: 26-Jan-2012
From: Stefaan Slembrouck [stef.slembrouck at ugent.be]
Subject: Spanish Linguistics: Professor, Ghent University, Belgium


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Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2012 10:23:25
From: Stefaan Slembrouck [stef.slembrouck at ugent.be]
Subject: Spanish Linguistics: Professor, Ghent University, Belgium

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University or Organization: Ghent University 
Department: Department of Linguistics
Job Location: Ghent, Belgium 
Web Address: http://www.taalkunde.ugent.be/
Job Rank: Professor  

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Description:

The Faculty of Arts & Philosophy invites applications for the full-time 
position of professor in the rank of Lecturer (Tenure Track system) in the 
Department of Linguistics, taking effect on October 1, 2012. Responsibilities 
will include academic teaching, research, and service in the field of Spanish 
linguistics.

Profile:
-  On the day of application, candidates are required to hold a PhD with a 
doctoral thesis in the field mentioned (or equivalent thereof)
-  Candidates are required to have at least two years of postdoctoral 
experience on October 1, 2012
-  Candidates are required to have research experience in the field of 
Spanish linguistics, as is evident from contributions to international 
conferences and recent publications in international books and/or peer-
reviewed journals
-  Candidates are required to possess an excellent oral and written 
knowledge of Spanish
-  Candidates are required to possess the necessary didactic, 
organizational and communicative skills for teaching Spanish Linguistics 
and Spanish Language Proficiency in an academic context
-  An international 'profile' gained, for instance, through participation in 
research programmes at institutions other than one's own, will be 
considered an asset

Candidates are required to show their willingness to learn Dutch (insofar as 
they do not speak this language on the day of application).

Method of Application:
The candidates are required to submit:
-  An outline (max. 1500 words) explaining their views on research, 
teaching and administrative duties in relation to this vacancy
-  The required transcripts (copies of degrees)

Selection Procedure:
-  Candidates will be short-listed on the basis of their curriculum vitae, 
bibliography, and the outline
-  Short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview and required to 
present a short class (of twenty minutes), on the basis of which the final 
selection will be made

This full-time position is a tenure-track appointment for a period of five 
years, at the end of which a tenure decision will be taken, depending on an 
overall evaluation.

For further information about this vacancy, applicants are welcome to 
contact Professor Renata Enghels, (tel: +32 (0)9 264 40 50 and 
Renata.Enghels at ugent.be) and/or Professor Stef Slembrouck, Head of 
Department (tel: +32 (0)9 264 37 94 and email: 
Stef.Slembrouck at ugent.be).

Applications should be sent in duplicate, and by registered mail to the 
application address below. The standard application forms for Autonomous 
Academic Staff ("ZAP") should be used, with required transcripts (copies of 
degrees) attached. Applications must be sent no later than March 2nd, 
2012.

The application forms for Autonomous Academic Staff ("ZAP") can be 
downloaded from the following URL: 
http://www.ugent.be/nl/werken/aanwerving/formulieren/zap/formulier.doc/view


Application Deadline: 02-Mar-2012 
Mailing Address for Applications: 
	The Rector of Ghent University  
	Rectoraat 
	Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25 
	B-9000 Gent  
	Belgium  
Contact Information:
	Stefaan Slembrouck 
	Email: stef.slembrouck at ugent.be 




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