Senior Lecturer / Reader in Applied Linguistics

Glasgow, Glasgow City (GB)
08 Feb 2018
End of advertisement period
12 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

The University of Glasgow, College of Arts

The University of Glasgow, a world top-100 University and member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research-intensive universities, is making a substantial investment in its College of Arts. Teaching and research in Arts and Humanities have been at the centre of the University since 1451. 

The College of Arts is home to four Schools, housing a vibrant and diverse community of undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff from across the world. Based in one of the most friendly cities in the UK, and with access to the internationally significant Hunterian collections via the new Kelvinhall facilities, Glasgow offers a stimulating and exciting environment for our research and teaching appointments.

School of Critical Studies

Senior Lecturer / Reader in Applied Linguistics    
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Salary: Grade 9: £50,618 – £56,950

Leading the University’s research and teaching in Applied Linguistics within English Language & Linguistics, you will specifically lead, design, and convene a new international Masters programme in Applied Linguistics and an associated international Summer School. You will also undertake and promote international research within the College of Arts and play a vital role in leading the agenda of the School of Critical Studies and the College of Arts, in line with the University, College and School strategic objectives.

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Closing date: 12 March 2018

It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. 

We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity. Applications are therefore particularly welcome from women and other under-represented groups. 

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