- UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
College of Humanities and Social Science
RUSSIAN FOREIGN LANGUAGE ASSISTANT
The Division of European Languages and Cultures, SCHOOL of LITERATURES, LANGUAGES and CULTURES seeks to recruit a Russian Foreign Language Assistant.
You will be a native speaker of Russian with a relevant Degree qualification and will
have teaching experience, preferably at higher education level. Extensive knowledge of Russian literature, Culture, Linguistics or Translation Studies would be a distinct advantage.
The post is fixed-term (9 months) from 1 September 2005 to 30 June 2006, with a possibility of renewal.
Salary: AT1F (£17,926 pro rata).
Applications, accompanied by C.V. and names and addresses of two referees should be sent to:
Dr Lara Ryazanova-Clarke, DELC (Russian), David Hume Tower, Edinburgh EH8 9JX
Closing date for applications is Tuesday, 19 April 2005.
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- The department of Linguistics and English Language at the University of Edinburgh is seeking to appoint two lecturers: one in Theoretical Phonology and one in Sociolinguistics. (These are full-time, permanent positions, equivalent to Assistant Professor in the American system.)
The application deadline is in one month. Please pass on the information to any potentially interested candidates and/or apply yourself.
Brief details follow below. For full details, go to the following website, click on 'Academic vacancies' and then search for Vacancy Reference 010983:
A contact email is given below - this should be used for all official enquiries, but I would be happy to answer informal queries (patrick.honeybone@...).
Vacancy Ref: 010983
Closing Date: 22-Mar-2013
Contact Person: Shirley Kirkaldy
Contact Email: PPLSAppointments@...
Contact Number: (0131) 651 1684
The position is aimed to complement our already-existing strengths in closely related areas, including the acquisition of phonology, computational phonology, historical phonology, phonological dialectology, the phonology of English, laboratory phonology, phonetics and sociophonetics. The successful candidate will bring a focus in synchronic phonological theory and will offer courses at both UG and MSc level and will be expected to supervise and recruit PhD students.
Current strengths in the department related to sociolinguistics include sociophonetics, language variation and change, language and identity, language and politics, language attitudes, applied linguistics and English dialectology. The department is interested in building on its existing strengths and in expanding the range of research areas that are currently taught and researched. Applicants are encouraged to indicate in their covering letter how their research programme would add to these current areas of focus. Experience in research with a quantitative orientation, and the ability to teach the use of statistics in research in the language sciences, will be a plus. The successful candidate will offer courses at both UG and MSc level and will be expected to supervise and recruit PhD students.
The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.