Lecturer for French University of Tübingen, Faculty of Arts, Romanesque Seminar Germany

Lecturer / lecturer for French (up to TV-L E 13, 50%)

Faculty of Arts, Romanesque Seminar

The Romanische Seminar of the University of Tübingen is looking for a / n as of 01.04.2018
Lektorin / Lektor for French (50% to TV-L E 13).

The position is limited to 2 years.

The tasks of the position holder are the organization and implementation of teaching events as well as corresponding examination activities in the area of oral as well as written foreign language skills. A further focus of the teaching will be on the Landeskunde / Kulturwissenschaft.

Prerequisites for placement are: native French, a high-level academic degree in French / Lettres modern / Linguistique du français / FLE or a relevant humanities or cultural sciences. It is also necessary to have very good knowledge of German, which enables you to take part in translating into French at all levels. Experience in the teaching of the French language, as far as possible at the university level, and the ability to teach the reception and production of different, also scientific texts. The fee is 8 semester weeks.

People with disabilities are given preference for the same suitability. The University of Tübingen strives to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore asks qualified women scientists about their application.

Applications with the usual documents (curriculum vitae, testimonials, list of publications, subjects of lectures held so far) can only be submitted by October 29, 2017 to the Managing Director of the Romanesque Seminar at the University of Tübingen, Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Döhla, secretariat.matzat [at] uni-tuebingen.de .

The recruitment takes place through the central administration of the University of Tübingen.

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