The UCLA Department of Linguistics anticipates making one full time appointments at the rank of Lecturer starting Fall 2018. The appointee will teach courses in the areas of phonetics, phonology and general linguistics. The teaching load for the positions will be six courses per year spread over three quarters of teaching.
Fall 2018 instruction will begin in the last week of September 2018. Salary will be based on the current UCLA lecturer salary scales. Further information will be provided at the time of hire.
Applicants should make use of UCLA’s job application link below to submit the following:
- cover letter (Required)
- curriculum vitae (Required)
- three letters of recommendation, ideally including letters discussing the applicant’s teaching record
- statement of teaching philosophy (Optional)
- copies of teaching evaluations or other evidence of teaching effectiveness (strongly encouraged)
Degree: Ph.D. desirable
The deadline of applications is June 17, 2018 but we will continue to accept applications till the positions are filled.
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Web Address for Applications:
Phonetics, Phonology and General Linguistics: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03731
Application Deadline: 17-June-2018
Academic Personnel Officer Nancy Gutierrez
Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Statement of Teaching Philosophy (Optional)
Copies of teaching evaluations - or other evidence of teaching effectiveness (strongly encouraged)
- 0-3 letters of reference required