Tartu Ülikooli soome-ugri professor

Tõnu Seilenthal tonu.seilenthal at ut.ee
Mon Mar 1 07:40:29 UTC 2010

*Tartu �likooli soome-ugri professori ametikoht v�lja kuulutatud.


*Structural unit:* Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics*
Duties and responsibilities:* Introduction of Finno-Ugric studies 
lecture courses integrating contemporary knowledge of Finno-Ugric 
studies; lectures and practical works in Finno-Ugric languages for 
students at the Bachelor', Master's and Doctoral levels; development of 
a Doctoral Thesis Program in Uralic languages and Master�s Programs in 
Finno-Ugric languages; supervising Master's and Doctoral theses; 
conducting international level scientific research and tutorial 
activities. See also Job Description - Professor <http://www.ut.ee/111565>.
*Work load:* Full-time (40 hours per week). Class work: up to 128 
academic hours per calendar year.
*Term of contract:* 01.09.2010�31.08.2015
*Current position holder: *New position.
*Salary:* The professorship is co-financed by the European Social Fund 
programme DoRa.
*Required qualifications:* PhD conferred in Estonia or another academic 
degree of an equivalent level. See also: requirements for the position 
of Professor <http://www.ut.ee/111566>
*Required experience:* Internationally recognized research in the fields 
of Finno-Ugric studies; a University level teaching experience; 
successful supervising the Master�s and Doctoral thesis; proved ability 
of acquiring research grants; integration into international research teams.
*Required language skills: *Fluency in English, basic knowledge of 
Estonian, and at least two more Finno-Ugric languages
*For further information, contact:* akad_sekr at ut.ee
Closing date for submission of documents*: *26 March 2010*.
Application documents and notification of results <#1>

T�psemalt vt.: http://www.ut.ee/80018#3

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