Postdoctoral Research Associate - Manchester
Daniel L. Everett
dan.everett at MAN.AC.UK
Tue May 11 19:03:02 UTC 2004
The University of Manchester
Faculty of Arts
School of English and Linguistics
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the
documentation and description of an endangered Amazonian language. This
post is sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council of the UK
under research grant held by Professor Daniel L. Everett. The ideal
candidate will have a strong record of linguistics field research and
theoretical linguistics and will be expected to contribute to the
research profile of the new Department of Linguistics and English
Language and to present papers at departmental seminars and
conferences. There may also be opportunities to be involved in
workshops and intensive training courses. Fluency in Brazilian
Portuguese is desirable.
Salary is in the range £18,893 - £21,010 per annum. This is a 3 year
post starting as soon possible after 10 June 2004.
For informal enquiries about the fellowship, please contact Professor
Daniel L. Everett, Professor of Phonetics and Phonology, Department of
Linguistics and English Language, The University of Manchester,
Manchester, M13 9PL, UK. E-mail: dan.everett at man.ac.uk
Closing date: 28 May 2004, Interviews are expected to be held on 7 June
2004. Please quote the appropriate reference number 518/04.
Application forms and further particulars for all posts can be obtained
from the Office of the Director of Personnel, the University of
Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL. Tel: +44-161-2752028; Fax
+44-161-275-2471; Minicom: (for the hearing impaired):
+44-161-275-7889; email: Web site: http://www.man.ac.uk
The University will actively foster a culture of inclusion and
diversity and will seek to achieve true equality of opportunity for all
members of its community.
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