LINGUIST List 5.1152

Thu 20 Oct 1994

Jobs: Phonology, Lexicographer, Japanese, Pathology

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  1. John Bro, Job: Phonology/SLA
  2. Jock McNaught, English-Speaking Lexicographer in Paris
  3. Tsuyoshi Ono, Japanese Studies
  4. Stuart Rosen, Speech and Language Pathology

Message 1: Job: Phonology/SLA

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 1994 10:50:39 Job: Phonology/SLA
From: John Bro <>
Subject: Job: Phonology/SLA


 The University of Florida, Gainesville, has an opening for:

 Assistant Professor of Linguistics.

 Applications sought from specialiists in

 Phonology and/or Second Language Acquisition

 (preferably both) with a strong teaching record
 and a well-defined research program.

 Salary range: $ 32K-38K based on experience

 Please send dossier and an informative application letter to

 Dr. Marie Nelson, Chair,
 Linguistics Search Committee
 112 Anderson Hall
 Univ. of Florida
 Gainesville FL 32611

 by Jan 15, 1995.

 Tel: (904)392-0639
 Fax: (904)392-8480

 UF is an EO/AA employer.
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Message 2: English-Speaking Lexicographer in Paris

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 94 16:03:14 BSEnglish-Speaking Lexicographer in Paris
From: Jock McNaught <>
Subject: English-Speaking Lexicographer in Paris


GSI-Erli, part of a large group of software companies, is one of the leading
language engineering companies in Europe.

To manage and develop our lexical knowledge bases for English, we are seeking a
native English speaker with a strong lexicographic background and familiarity
with state-of-the-art computational linguistics.

Fluency in French is a prerequisite and competence in a third European
language would be a definite advantage.

This position will become available during the first quarter of 1995.

To apply, please forward (by post or fax only) your CV and contact telephone
number, quoting reference EN/L/9501, to:

Edwige Heinry
1, Place des Marseillais
F-94227 Charenton-le-pont CEDEX

Fax: +33 1 43 75 79 79

GSI-Erli is located in the south-eastern suburbs very close to Paris, easily
accessible by public transport. The working environment is modern,
comfortable and friendly and is enlivened by GSI-Erli's involvement in numerous
international projects. R&D is carried out on a range of state-of-the-art
platforms, by staff who reflect a mixture of computer scientists,
computational linguists and linguists working in an interdisciplinary

An equal opportunity employer.
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Message 3: Japanese Studies

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 1994 18:27:58 Japanese Studies
From: Tsuyoshi Ono <>
Subject: Japanese Studies

UNIV. OF ARIZONA, TUCSON. The Department of East Asian Studies invites
applications and nominations for an Assistant Professor's position
(tenure track) in Japanese Studies. Teaching responsibilities will be
divided between undergraduate and graduate courses. We especially
welcome applications in classical literature, including poetry and
theater, and in 2nd language acquisition/language pedagogy, but
applications in other fields concerned with Japanese cultural studies or
the Humanities will be considered. An exceptionally strong language
background is required. The appointment is to begin Fall 1995, by which
time the appointee is to have the Ph.D. in hand. Salary is competitive.
Send a letter of application, vita, and 3 letters of recommendation to
Brian E. McKnight, Chair, Department of East Asian Studies, Franklin 404,
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. Search will remain open until
position is filled; however, the search committee will begin reviewing
applications on Dec. 1, 1994. The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA/ADA
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Message 4: Speech and Language Pathology

Date: Thu, 20 Oct 1994 10:21:32 Speech and Language Pathology
From: Stuart Rosen <>
Subject: Speech and Language Pathology

 Tenure Track Position in Speech and Language Pathology
 Northwestern University

 Applications are invited for a tenure track position at the Assistant
 Professor level in the Speech and Language Pathology Program, Department
 of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Northwestern University.
 Specialty area in speech science: speech perception, speech acoustics
 and/or speech production. Responsibilities: teaching undergraduate and
 graduate courses and seminars in acoustic phonetics, electronic
 instrumentation, and computer-aided electronic instrumentation, supervision
 of independent graduate projects, direction of doctoral research and
 maintaining an active research program. Salary: Negotiable, depending on
 qualifications and experience. Qualifications: Ph.D. required, an
 established record of research and publication, and a commitment to
 excellence in teaching. Position begins September, 1995. In order to
 ensure full consideration, application must be received by Jan. 15, 1995.
 Send letter of application, vita, copies of publications and at least three
 letters of recommendation to: Charles R. Larson, Ph.D., Chair of Search
 Committee, Speech and Language Pathology, 2299 North Campus Drive,
 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208 (Phone: 708-491-2424; email: Review of applications begins immediately.
 Northwestern University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
 Employer. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United
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