PhD fellowship in Corpus Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition

The Centre for English Corpus Linguistics has an opening for a PhD fellowship for a total period of four years, starting as of October 2018 (later is also a possibility).

The position is part of the UCLouvain FSR-funded research project Particle placement and genitive alternations in EFL learner spoken syntax: core probabilistic grammar and/or L1specific preferences? (Promotor: Dr. Magali Paquot). The project stems from collaborative work between the promotor, Prof. B. Szmrecsanyi (KU Leuven) and Dr. J. Grafmiller (University of Birmingham) (e.g. Paquot, Grafmiller & Szmrecsanyi (2017)).

The PhD student will investigate the extent to which English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners share a core probabilistic grammar (cf. Bresnan, 2007) with users of first and second language varieties of English by analyzing variation in grammatical constraints on the particle placement alternation (for transitive phrasal verbs) and the genitive alternation in corpora of EFL learner spoken language. Methodologically, the candidate will build on annotation guidelines developed by Szmrecsanyi, Grafmiller and colleagues to describe the predictors that may influence speakers’ choice governing the alternations; s/he will also be expected to use a range of variationist analysis techniques.

Job description:

The research project is a joint venture between the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics (CECL) at the UCLouvain and the Quantitative Lexicology and Variational Linguistics (QLVL) group at the KU Leuven. The candidate will be affiliated to the Institut Langage et Communication (ILC, UCLouvain) and will also prepare a joint UCLouvain-KU Leuven PhD in Linguistics.

Activities that the candidate will perform include:

–        develop and implement (i) theoretical concepts in line with the focus of the research project and (ii) appropriate methodological procedures for investigating these concepts;

–        conduct corpus-based analyses of L1 and L2 writing and spoken samples;

–        interpret the results of the analyses and report on the project in conference presentations and academic publications;

–        carry out a research stay at the University of Birmingham (to work in close collaboration with Dr. J. Grafmiller too);

–        by the end of the four-year term, submit and defend a PhD dissertation based on the project.

Requirements and profile:

–    Master degree in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Language & Literature, Natural Language Processing or in Language Learning and Teaching;

–    excellent record of BA and MA level study;

–    excellent command of English.

–    excellent and demonstrated analytic skills;

–    ability to work with common software packages (including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint);

–    basic knowledge of corpus-linguistic techniques is a requirement

–    knowledge of statistics and statistical software is an asset;

–   programming skills in Perl, Python or R are also an asset;

–    excellent and demonstrated self-management skills, ability and willingness to work in a team;

–    willingness to live in or near Louvain-la-Neuve and to travel abroad (for short-term research stays and to attend international academic conferences).

 

Terms of employment:

–    The contract will initially be for one year, three times renewable, with a total of four years.

–    The candidate receives a doctoral fellowship grant (starting at approx. EUR 1900 net per month) and full medical insurance.

–    The candidate will be expected to apply for a FNRS position after the first year.

–    The position requires residence in Belgium.

–  Applicants from outside the EU are responsible for obtaining the necessary visa or permits, with the assistance of UCLouvain staff department.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin on 20 August 2018, and continue until the position is filled

Please include with your application:

–     a cover letter in English, in which you specify why you are interested in this position and how you meet the job requirements outlined above;

–    a curriculum vitae in English;

–     a concise academic statement in English in which you outline your expectations about and plans for graduate study and career goals;

–    a copy of BA and MA diplomas and degrees;

–    a copy of your master thesis and academic publications (if applicable);

–    the names and full contact details of two academic referees.

 

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview (in situ or via video conferencing) in September 2018 (or later).

 

Applications (as an email attachment) and inquiries should be addressed to:

Dr. Magali Paquot

Centre for English Corpus Linguistics

Université Catholique de Louvain

Email: magali.paquot@uclouvain.be

 

References

Bresnan, J. (2007). Is syntactic knowledge probabilistic ? Experiments with the English dative alternation. In S. Featherston and W. Sternefeld (eds). Roots: Linguistics in Search of its Evidential Base. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 75-96.

Paquot, M, Grafmiller, J. & B. Szmrecsanyi (2017).Particle placement alternation in EFL learner speech vs. native and ESL spoken Englishes: core probabilistic grammar and/or L1-specific preferences? Paper presented at the 4th Learner Corpus Research Conference, 5-7 October 2017, Bolzano, Italy.

Marie Curie Individual Fellowship (postdoc): Joint application at the University of Granada. Learner Corpora, SLA, anaphora resolution

Please advertise among colleagues/students who may be interested. Por favor, anunciar entre académicos/colegas que pudieran estar interesados. Gracias. Cristóbal

https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/hosting/msca-if-joint-application-university-granada-department-english-and-german-philology

MSCA-IF: Joint application at the University of Granada. Department of English and German Philology.


  • OFFER DEADLINE
    01/09/2018 12:00 – Europe/Brussels
  • EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
    H2020 / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
  • LOCATION
    Spain, Granada
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    International Research Projects Office
  • DEPARTMENT
    Promotion and Advisory Unit
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Professor Cristóbal Lozano, from the Department of English and German Philology at the University of Granada, welcomes postdoctoral candidates interested in applying for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF) in 2018 at this University. Please note that applicants must comply with the Mobility Rule (more information: http://sl.ugr.es/09Qg).

Brief description of the institution:

The University of Granada (UGR), founded in 1531, is one of the largest and most important universities in Spain. It serves more than 60000 students per year, including many foreign students, as UGR is the leader host institution in the Erasmus program. UGR, featuring 3650 professors and more than 2000 auxiliary personnel, offers a total of 75 degrees through its 112 departments and 28 centers.

UGR is also a leading institution in research, located in the top 5/10 of Spanish universities by a variety of ranking criteria, such as national R&D projects, fellowships awarded, publications, or international funding. UGR is one of the few Spanish Universities listed in the Shanghai Top 500 ranking (http://www.arwu.org/), and it is also well recognized for its web presence (http://www.4icu.org/top200/).

Internationally, we bet decidedly by our participation in the calls of H2020, both at partner and coordination. For the duration of the Seventh Framework Programme, the UGR has obtained a total of 66 projects, with total funding of 17.97 million euros, and for H2020, until 2015, more than 25 projects with total funding of more than 6 million euros. Our more than 3,000 researchers are grouped into 365 research groups covering all scientific fields and disciplines.

Brief description of the Centre/Research Group

Research group members: The researh group is made of a group of linguists, mostly based at the Universidad de Granada, while the rest are in different European universities. A few postgraduate students (MAs and PhDs) also participate in the project.

· Universidad de Granada (UGR) team:

Madrid team (UAM: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid): Amaya Mendikoetxea (PhD): learner corpora, SLA, generative grammar.

· Balearic team (UIB: Universidad de las Islas Baleares): Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes (PhD): SLA.

· Bremen team (University of Bremen, Germany): Marcus Callies (PhD): Learner corpora and SLA.

· Thessaloniki team (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): Despina Papadopoulou (PhD): SLA, learner corpora and psycholinguistics.

· PhD students Granada: there are currently 3 PhDs working on topics related to the project (Teresa Quesada, UGR; Fernando Martín-Villena, UGR; Kim Collewaert, VUB-UGR)

Project description

 

Research project title: ANACOR (A corpus-based approach to anaphora resolution in second language acquisition: beyond the interfaces).

Research project length: Jan 2017 – Dec 2020

Main goals: To understand how learners of a second language (L2) use anaphoric forms (overt/null pronouns, and also NPs) to refer to their antecedents in previous discourse. We will use large corpora and fine-grained annotation to investigate this in several language combinations: L1 English/Greek/Japanese – L2 Spanish as well as L1 Spanish/German – L2 English. Our ultimate goal is (i) to better understand the mechanisms underlying the language of adult bilingual learners of a second language (in relation to anaphora resolution); (i) to create new electronic resources (corpora) like COREFL (L1 Spanish/German-L2 English) and enlarge existing corpora like CEDEL2 (L1 English/Greek/Japanese/German-L2 Spanish) to investigate anaphora resolution.

Candidate’s profile: The candidate will be working in the following lines of research within the project:

  • Second Language Acquisition (SLA) / Bilingualism
  • Learner corpora
  • Anaphora resolution

Project website and details: https://www.researchgate.net/project/ANACOR-A-corpus-based-approach-to-anaphora-resolution-in-second-language-acquisition-beyond-the-interfaces

Corpora of the research team: http://www.learnercorpora.com

 

Research Area

  • Economic Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities (ECO-SOC)

For a correct evaluation of your candidature, please send the documents below to Professor Cristóbal Lozano (cristoballozano@ugr.es ):

  • CV
  • Letter of recommendation (optional)

 


A fully-funded PhD studentship in Linguistics at Lancaster University

We are pleased to announce that a full funding is available for a three-year PhD in Linguistics at Lancaster University, beginning in October 2018 on the topic of “Phraseological competence in spoken L1 and L2 English: Using corpus methods to inform language testing”.

 

The PhD studentship is funded by the ESRC North West Social Science Doctoral Training Centre (NWSSDTP) and will be undertaken in collaboration between Lancaster University (the Department of Linguistics and English Language) and Trinity College London. The studentship covers full-time academic fees and provides a yearly stipend (£14,553). It also includes access to a Research Training Support Grant (RTSG) for reimbursement of research related expenses including – but not limited to – conference attendance and training courses. The PhD studentship offers an excellent opportunity to work with a team of experts at a world-leading Linguistics department.

The application deadline is 9th April 2018.

To read more about the project, the eligibility criteria and the application process, please visit http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/phd-studentship/

PhD fellowship in Corpus Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (L2 French)

The Centre for English Corpus Linguistics has an opening for a PhD fellowship for a total period of four years, starting February – June 2018.

The position is part of the FNRS-funded research project entitled Lexicogrammatical complexity in French as a Foreign Language: the impact of mode. The project is supervised by Magali Paquot (UCLouvain), with Alex Housen (VUB) as co-supervisor.

The project is part of a larger research programme that aims to define and circumscribe the linguistic construct of lexicogrammatical complexity, i.e. the complexity that arises from the (native-like) preferred co-selection of syntactic structures and lexical items in language use, within the framework of usage-based theories of language, and to theoretically and empirically demonstrate its relevance for L2 complexity research, and more generally for theories of L2 use and development (see Paquot, 2017; in press).

The main objective of the PhD project is to investigate the impact of mode (speech vs. writing) on lexicogrammatical complexity, with a focus on L2 French performance data.

Job description:

The research project is a joint venture between the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics (CECL) at the UCLouvain and the Center of Linguistics at the VUB. The candidate will be affiliated to the Institut Langage et Communication (ILC, UCLouvain) and will also prepare a joint UCLouvain-VUB PhD in Linguistics.

Activities that the candidate will perform include:

  • develop and implement (i) theoretical concepts in line with the focus of the research project and (ii) appropriate methodological procedures for investigating these concepts;
  • conduct corpus-based analyses of L1 and L2 French writing and spoken samples;
  • interpret the results of the analyses and report on the project in conference presentations and academic publications;
  • by the end of the four-year term, submit and defend a PhD dissertation based on the project.

Requirements and profile:

  • Master degree in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Language & Literature, Natural Language Processing or in Language Learning and Teaching, with a master thesis on a topic relevant to the project (note: a degree in French Linguistics is an asset, not a requirement);
  • excellent record of BA and MA level study;
  • excellent command of French, very good command of English.
  • excellent and demonstrated analytic skills;
  • ability to work with common software packages (including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint);
  • basic knowledge of corpus-linguistic techniques is a requirement
  • knowledge of statistics and statistical software is an asset;
  • programming skills in Perl or Python are also an asset;
  • excellent and demonstrated self-management skills, ability and willingness to work in a team;
  • willingness to live in or near Louvain-la-Neuve and to travel abroad (for short-term research stays and to attend international academic conferences).

Terms of employment:

  • the contract will initially be for one year, three times renewable, with a total of four years.
  • the candidate receives a doctoral fellowship grant (starting at approx. EUR 1868 net per month) and full medical insurance.
  • the position requires residence in Belgium, preferably in or near Louvain-la-Neuve
  • applicants from outside the EU are responsible for obtaining the necessary visa or permits, with the assistance of UCLouvain staff department.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin on 1 February 2018, and continue until the position is filled

Please include with your application:

  • a cover letter in English, in which you specify why you are interested in this position and how you meet the job requirements outlined above;
  • a curriculum vitae in English;
  • a concise academic statement in French, in which you outline your expectations about and plans for graduate study and career goals;
  • a copy of BA and MA diplomas and degrees;
  • a copy of your master thesis and academic publications (if applicable);
  • the names and full contact details of two academic referees.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview (in situ or via video conferencing) in the second half of February 2018.

Applications (as an email attachment) and inquiries should be addressed to:

Dr. Magali Paquot

Centre for English Corpus Linguistics

Université Catholique de Louvain

Email: magali.paquot@uclouvain.be

References

Paquot, M. (2017). The phraseological dimension in interlanguage complexity research. Special issue of Second Language Research on ‘Multiple approaches to L2 Complexity’ (guest editors: Alex Housen and Bastien De Clercq). 10.1177/0267658317694221

Paquot, M. (in press). Phraseological competence: a useful toolbox to delimitate CEFR levels in higher education? Insights from a study of EFL learners’ use of statistical collocations. Special issue of Language Assessment Quarterly on ‘Language tests for academic enrolment and the CEFR’.

Postdoc position at the University of Utah

The Second Language Teaching and Research Center (L2TReC: http://l2trec.utah.edu) at the University of Utah invites applications for 1-year full-time post-doctoral position in Corpus Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition. L2TReC is a vibrant hub for faculty and students with research interests in Second Language Acquisition and L2 pedagogy. It coordinates research based on data generated by the State of Utah’s ambitious Dual Language Immersion Program (http://www.utahdli.org), directs a large-scale project to collect and analyze proficiency data on L2 learners of several languages at the college level, delivers intensive language courses to military personnel, provides support and training for L2 instructors at all levels, and administers the high school portion of Utah’s Dual Immersion Program (http://l2trec.utah.edu/bridge-program/index.php).

We are seeking a post-doctoral fellow with a background in corpus linguistics, preferably with hands-on experience in corpus building. The successful applicant will be expected to oversee continued development of the Center’s Multilingual Corpus of Second Language Speech. A pilot version of the corpus has been built, consisting of spoken samples from 3rd grade DLI students in Chinese, French and Spanish. Samples have been transcribed and tagged according to CHILDES protocols. There is no expectation that applicants will have had prior experience working with CHILDES, but the successful candidate is expected to gain the requisite expertise upon joining our team. It will be the responsibility of the successful applicant to assess efficacy of the corpus design and functionality to date, propose and implement any desirable changes, and then lead further additions to the corpus. This will require training and supervising a cadre of student research assistants in the corpus languages (Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish). The ideal candidate will have native or near-native proficiency in one of the corpus languages as well as English. Applicant must be self-motivated, resourceful, very organized, able to multi-task and prioritize and possess strong quantitative and analytic skills. Strong writing ability is required as applicant will be expected to contribute to grant writing efforts in support of corpus development.

Required Qualifications:

PhD in related field.

Sound knowledge of corpus linguistics (annotation, corpus queries) and quantitative analysis of corpus data.

Ability to acquire new technical and/or theoretical knowledge as needed.

Native or near-native proficiency in spoken and written English and a high level of proficiency in one of the corpus languages (Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish).

Ability to coordinate day-to-day business with the PIs to ensure that project goals and deadlines are met.

Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team.

Desirable qualifications:

Sufficient structural knowledge to perform analytical and corpus-based work in one or more additional languages in the corpus.

Desired starting date November 1, 2017 (flexible). Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Please apply online at http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/69035

Review of applications begins on October 15, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should provide a cover letter, CV, and a writing sample. Applicants should identify three references on their CV who may be contacted to provide letters of recommendation.

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

If you have questions about this position, please contact Dr. Jane F. Hacking: j.hacking@utah.edu.

The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in its workforce. In compliance with applicable federal and state laws, University of Utah policy of equal employment opportunity prohibits discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran’s status, status as a qualified person with a disability, or genetic information. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law.

To inquire about this posting, email: employment@utah.edu or call 801-581-2300. Reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation or for further information about University AA/EO policies, please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581-8365 (V/TDD), email: oeo@umail.utah.edu.

This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check and/or drug screen.

 

PhD fellowship in Corpus Linguistics available, focusing on the application of corpora in the teaching of English. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences – Hamar

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences – Hamar is currently looking to recruit a PhD research fellow in Corpus Linguistics (three years), focusing on the application of corpora in the teaching of English. The application deadline is 01 September 2017.

Details are found here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/140082/research-fellow-in-corpus-linguistics-focusing-on-the-application-of-corpora-in-the-teaching-of-english

PhD fellowship in Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and the Université Catholique de Louvain (UC Louvain) – new application deadline

The Center for Linguistics (CLIN) of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) has an opening  for a PhD fellowship for a total period of four years, starting September – November 2017.

The position is part of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO)-funded research project entitled Lexicogrammatical complexity: a missing construct in L2 research. The project is supervised by Alex Housen (VUB), with Magali Paquot (UCLouvain) as cosupervisor.

The project is concerned with the complexity and learning difficulties that arise at the lexicon-grammar interface in the process of second language acquisition, with a focus on Dutch as a second/foreign language.

Job description:
The research project is a joint venture between the Center of Linguistics at the VUB and
the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics (CECL) at the UCLouvain. The candidate will
be affiliated to the Center of Linguistics (CLIN) at the VUB and the Centre for English
Corpus Linguistics (CECL) at the UCLouvain, and will prepare a joint VUB-UCLouvain
PhD in Linguistics.

Activities that the candidate will perform include:

  • develop and implement (i) theoretical concepts in line with the focus of the research project and (ii) appropriate methodological procedures for investigating these concepts;
  • conduct corpus-based analyses of L1 and L2 Dutch writing samples;
  • interpret the results of the analyses and report on the project in conference
    presentations and academic publications;
  • by the end of the four-year term, submit and defend a PhD dissertation based on the project.

Requirements and profile:
– Master degree in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Language & Literature, Natural
Language Processing or in Language Learning and Teaching, with a master thesis on
a topic relevant to the project;
– excellent record of BA and MA level study;
– excellent command of Dutch, very good command of English. Knowledge of French
is an asset;
– excellent and demonstrated analytical skills;
– ability to work with common software packages (including MS Word, Excel and
PowerPoint);
– knowledge of inferential statistics and statistical software (e.g. SPSS, R) is an asset;
– basic knowledge of corpus-linguistic techniques is a requirement;
– programming skills in Perl or Python are also an asset;
– excellent and demonstrated self-management skills, ability and willingness to work in
a team;
– willingness to live in or near Brussels and to travel abroad (for short-term research
stays and to attend international academic conferences).

Terms of employment:
– the contract will initially be for one year, three times renewable, with a total of four
years;
– the candidate receives a doctoral fellowship grant (starting at approx. EUR 1900 net
per month) and full medical insurance;
– the position requires residence in Belgium, preferably in or near Brussels;
– applicants from outside the EU are responsible for obtaining the necessary visa or
permits, with the assistance of the International Office of the VUB.
Application Deadline: 31 August 2017
Please include with your application:
– a cover letter in English, in which you specify why you are interested in this position
and how you meet the job requirements outlined above;
– a curriculum vitae in English;
– a concise academic statement in Dutch, in which you outline your plans for graduate
study and career goals;
– a copy of BA and MA diplomas and degrees;
– a copy of your master thesis and academic publications (if applicable);
– the names and contact details of two academic referees.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview (in situ or via video conferencing) in
August and/or September 2017.

Applications (as an email attachment) and inquiries should be addressed to:
Prof. dr. Alex Housen                                                        Dr. Magali Paquot
Dept. of Linguistics and Literary Studies (LIST)         Centre for English Corpus Linguistics
Vrije Universiteit Brussel                                                  Université Catholique de Louvain
Pleinlaan 2                                                                           Place Blaise Pascal 1, bte L3.03.31
B-1050 Brussels, Belgium                                                 B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Email: alex.housen@vub.be                                             Email: magali.paquot@uclouvain.be

PhD in (learner) corpus research at Hedmark University of Applied Sciences

The Faculty of Education and Natural Sciences at Hedmark University of Applied Sciences (HUAS) is advertising a temporary 100% recruitment position for a research fellowship in English, related to the research field of corpus linguistics and focusing on foreign language didactics and educational applications of corpus linguistics.

https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/129115/research-fellowship-in-english

JOB OPENING: PHD STUDENT / RESEARCHER IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS

We are inviting applications for a three-year 0,5 PhD student position (E 13 TV-L on the German salary scale) in the English linguistics section at Bremen University, one of eleven “Universities of Excellence” in Germany that compete internationally in top-level research. The position should be filled by 1 October 2016.

Applicants have an MA in English (Applied) Linguistics (or a teacher degree with a focus on and final thesis in English linguistics) and a strong background and interest in either varieties of English, (learner) corpus research or Second Language Acquisition. Successful applicants are expected to carry out research on a dissertation in (applied) English linguistics. The teaching load comprises 2 hours per semester.

Further information about the research unit can be found online at http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/linguistik/default.aspx. For further enquiries write to the e-mail address specified below.

Non-native speakers of German should have at least a working knowledge of German. Detailed information about the German salary scale can be found here: http://www.uni-bremen.de/en/international/ways-to-the-university-of-bremen/welcome-centre-international-researchers/useful-information/financing.html

Applications deadline: 01 September 2016

Mailing address for applications (e-mail applications with letter of motivation, dissertation proposal, CV, and diplomas attached as a single PDF are preferred):

Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies
University of Bremen, Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Studies
English-Speaking Cultures
Bibliothekstraße 1, GW 2
D-28359 Bremen
callies@uni-bremen.de

Research Assistant (Part Time, Fixed Term)

Salary: £25,023-£28,982

Adverbs in spoken language: A corpus-based analysis of learner and native-speaker language and its pedagogical implications

We are looking for a Research Assistant (0.6 fte) to work on the above research project which is funded by the Cambridge Humanities Research Grant scheme.

You will facilitate the analysis of corpus data in the context of the project; assist in language corpus data processing and analysis; assist in literature review analysis; and assist in preparation of a research publication, along with other duties in support of the project.

You will need an undergraduate degree in applied linguistics or related discipline; knowledge of corpus linguistics and language frequency data interpretation, and of applied linguistics and learner language research fundamentals.  You will also be able to work independently and will be able to conduct literature review analysis.  A knowledge of W-matrix and Sketch Engine is desirable.

For full details of the person specification, and the duties of the post please see the further particulars.

To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/10522.

This will take you to the role on the University’s Job Opportunities pages. There you will need to click on the ‘Apply online’ button and register an account with the University’s Web Recruitment System (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Pascual Pérez-Paredes (pfp23@cam.ac.uk)

We hope to hold interviews on 26 or 27 July 2016.

Please quote reference JR09264 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

Closing date: 30 June 2016


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Pascual Pérez-Paredes
University Lecturer
Research in Second Language Education (RSLE)
Faculty of Education
University of Cambridge