Lecturer below the bar in Sociolinguistics
Social Sciences and Social Care,Sociology,Languages, Literature and Culture,Linguistics
Short info about job
£35,322.34 to £48,562.23 converted salary* p.a.
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1344 8894500
Fax: +44-1389 1266418
Detail information about job Lecturer below the bar in Sociolinguistics. Terms and conditions vacancy
The University of Limerick (UL) with over 13,000 students and 1,300 staff is an energetic and enterprising institution with a proud record of innovation and excellence in education, research and scholarship. The dynamic, entrepreneurial and pioneering values which drive UL’s mission and strategy ensures that we capitalise on local, national and international engagement and connectivity. We are renowned for providing an outstanding student experience and conducting leading edge research. Our commitment is to make a difference by shaping the future through educating and empowering our students. UL is situated on a superb riverside campus of over 130 hectares with the River Shannon as a unifying focal point. Outstanding recreational, cultural and sporting facilities further enhance this exceptional learning and research environment.
Applications are invited for the following position:
Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics
Lecturer below the bar in Sociolinguistics – Specific Purpose Contract
Salary Scale: €38,348 - €52,722 p.a.
Further information for applicants and application material is available online from:
The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, 22nd September 2017.
Applications must be completed online before 12 noon, Irish Standard Time on the closing date.
Please email [email protected] if you experience any difficulties
Applications are welcome from suitably qualified candidates.
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