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Subject: 26.1940, Jobs: General Linguistics: Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Date: Sat, 11 Apr 2015 15:45:52
From: Terje Lohndal [terje.lohndal at ntnu.no]
Subject: General Linguistics: Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

University or Organization: Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
Department: Departmnet of Language and Literature
Job Location: Trondheim, Norway 
Web Address: http://www.ntnu.edu/isl
Job Title: Associate Professor in Linguistics
Job Rank: Associate Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 


Applications are invited for a tenure-track Associate Professorship in
Linguistics at the Department of Language and Literature at the Norwegian
University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim.

To be eligible for this position, candidates’ research should be within
formal/generative grammar with an empirical focus on English and/or
Scandinavian languages. Candidates who specialize in
syntax/semantics/morphology with a focus on comparative grammar, acquisition,
or heritage languages are encouraged to apply. 

The successful candidate must have an outstanding research portfolio, publish
papers in leading journals, and attend major conferences within the field. It
is expected that the successful candidate will submit grant applications to
the Research Council of Norway and the European Research Council (Starting
Grant) prior to being evaluated for tenure.

The appointee will teach courses in English and/or Scandinavian linguistics,
depending on language specialization. The appointee will be jointly
responsible for academic matters together with other academic staff in the

The appointee will be given the opportunity to recruit a Ph.D. student to a
three-year full-time doctoral stipend within two years of appointment.

Information about the Department can be found at http://www.ntnu.edu/isl. The
position is part of the Onsager Fellowship Program; see
http://www.ntnu.edu/research/onsager-fellowship for more information and
conditions for the position. The full announcement can be viewed at the
application website below.

Associate Professor positions are remunerated according to the Basic
Collective Agreement for state employees, pay framework 57-77 in the national
salary scheme, of which 2 per cent is deducted for the State Pension scheme.
This position will normally be placed at salary level 67-72, at the time NOK
580 000-639 200.

The following material must be submitted electronically:

- CV including a list of publications
- Doctoral dissertation
-A maximum of five peer-reviewed papers/book chapters that the candidate
considers his/her best work
- A five page research program statement outlining the major research
question(s) that the candidate has, including an outline of the candidate’s
research plans for the next five years.

For further information, candidates are invited to contact Professor Terje
Lohndal (email below). 

The application must be sent electronically through the website Jobbnorge
(below), and be marked with the file number for the position (HF 15-007).

Application Deadline: 25-May-2015 
Web Address for Applications: http://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/112604/associate-professor-in-linguistics 
Contact Information:
	Professor Terje Lohndal 
	Email: terje.lohndal at ntnu.no 

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