Manchester Metropolitan U: Linguistics/Applied Linguistics (UK)

“JobProfessor of Linguistics or Applied Linguistics, Languages, Information & Communications, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK. Deadline: 2 June 2019.

Providing inspiring academic leadership and research coordination to your colleagues not only in Linguistics and TESOL, but also across the wider department, you will make a strong contribution to the research culture, including at least one specialist areas: Applied Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Forensic Linguistics, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, and/or TESOL. You will bring a proven ability to generate significant external income through the submission of relevant bids, and ensure a steady pipeline of publications that achieve internationally excellent and world-class recognition. Holding a doctoral qualification or equivalent, you will be able to provide outstanding personal research and leadership whilst leading your team and managing projects involving academic institutions and other partners as well as community organisations.

You will also be able to demonstrate active involvement in relevant national and international networks. In particular, you will be familiar with presenting your work at conferences and symposia as well as within communal and creative spaces, and you will be experienced in supervising postgraduate student work through to doctoral completion. Naturally, your personal research will be at a high level of academic distinction, as recognised by the REF and elsewhere.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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