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Mon Oct 10 2011
Jobs: French/Conversation Analysis: PhD Position, U of Applied Sciences
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1. Esther Gonzalez Martinez ,
French; Conversation Analysis: PhD Position (100%), University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Message 1: French; Conversation Analysis: PhD Position (100%), University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
From: Esther Gonzalez Martinez <esther.gonzalezmartinezunifr.ch>
Subject: French; Conversation Analysis: PhD Position (100%), University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
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University or Organization: University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland
Department: Haute école de santé Arc
Job Location: Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Web Address: http://www.hes-so.ch/default.asp?Language=EN
Job Rank: 1 PhD Position (100%)
Specialty Areas: Sociolinguistics; Conversation Analysis
Required Language(s): French (fra)
Haute école de santé Arc - University of Applied Sciences Western
Switzerland is accepting applications, in its Research Unit (Neuchâtel
campus), for one PhD position (100%).
Activities and responsibilities:
The doctoral candidate will complete his or her thesis in the framework of the
project New on the job: relevance-making and assessment practices of
interactional competences in young nurses' hospital telephone calls. This
study involves longitudinal analysis of new nursing graduates' interactions
during their first six months of work at a hospital and aims to examine the
practices through which the nurses are socialized professionally. The doctoral
candidate will also prepare presentations and publications based on the
research results and help organize the team's administrative tasks and
This position was created in the framework of the Sinergia project
Interactional competences in institutional practices: young people between
school and the workplace (IC-You), which is supported by the Swiss National
Science Foundation. It offers a particularly stimulating interdisciplinary work
environment as well as a complete postgraduate program (doctorate in
sociology at the University of Fribourg).
- Licence or master's degree in social sciences, human sciences or nursing
- Strong interest in scientific research in the area of talk-in-interaction in
institutional settings (conversation analysis, multimodal analysis,
- Mastery of French and English (oral and written)
- Ability to use IT and audiovisual tools
- Sense of initiative, good organizational skills and ability to work on a team
January 1st, 2012. The contract will cover a maximum period of three years.
Interested persons are invited to submit an application dossier consisting of
an application letter, a curriculum vitae with full contact information, copies of
diplomas, academic transcripts and a list of references (all in pdf format) to
Prof. Esther González Martínez at the email address below, as well as to
contact her for any additional information. The review application will begin on
October 17th, 2011 and continue until the position is filled.
Application Deadline: 17-Oct-2011 (Open until filled)
Email Address for Applications: esther.gonzalezmartinezunifr.ch
Esther Gonzalez Martinez
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