The Institute of Scandinavian Studies, Frisian Studies and General Linguistics at Kiel University (Scandinavian Linguistics, Prof. Dr. Steffen Höder), invites applications for two
1 March 2020, for a fixed-term period of three years.
positions are part-time (65 %, currently 25,155 hours/week) of level TV-L
13 of the federal wage agreement scheme
(Tarifvertrag der Länder).
positions are part of the research project Grammatical
Areality in the Nordic Countries and Northern Germany (GrammArNord).
The project investigates linguistic areality in
North German and Scandinavian varieties from both a dialectological
and an areal typological perspective, with a focus on dialects and
other non-standard varieties. A central
task is the development of a digital language atlas covering relevant
candidates hold an outstanding university degree (MA, MEd or
equivalent) in Scandinavian Linguistics,
German Linguistics, General Linguistics or a similar field.
They are able to read linguistic literature in German, English, and
Continental Scandinavian, and have strong English communication
knowledge of additional Scandinavian languages as well as experience
in dialectology, areal linguistics, or typology would be an asset.
University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to
increasing the proportion of female scientists in research and
teaching, and strongly encourages female applicants. Women will be
given preference in case of equal suitability, competence, and
University is also committed to the employment of disabled person,
and such individuals will be accorded preference if suitable.
by people with a migration background are particularly welcome.
address your application (cover letter, CV, certificates of academic
degrees; if available: list of publications) to Prof.
Dr. Steffen Höder(before 15
November 2019), both
via e-mail and via mail. For additional information, please contact
Prof. Dr. Steffen Höder
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Institut für Skandinavistik, Frisistik und Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
+49 431 880-4587