Fixed-term Lecturer position in SLA at Newcastle

  • 07 Jun 2022 14:49
    Message # 12808430

    The School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics wishes to appoint an outstanding teacher and scholar as a full-time, fixed-term Lecturer in Second Language Acquisition, starting 01 September 2022.

    You will have a completed PhD in Linguistics or a related discipline and have experience in teaching second language acquisition at undergraduate level. Proficiency in the collection, handling and analysis of second language data is essential. You will have an excellent publication record for your career stage, and should also be able to demonstrate clear potential for making a strong contribution to the School’s and Faculty’s collaborative teaching and research culture. You will be an active member of the Language Evolution, Acquisition and Development research group.

    For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Professor Jo Robinson, Head of School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics (, or Dr Heike Pichler, Head of the English Language and Linguistics subject group (

    To view the Candidate Information Pack click here.

    Closing date: 4 July 2022

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