See below for an announcement of two research associate positions (fixed term 5 
years) at the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social 
Science<> at Lancaster University. Please feel free to 
circulate; apologies for any cross posting! – best, Andrew.

2 x Senior Research Associates - ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social 
Salary:   £33,518 to £38,832
Closing Date:   Friday 16 March 2018

The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University 
seeks to appoint two Senior Research Associates to work full time for 5 years 
in the ESRC Research Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science. The 
Centre, which was founded in 2013 and awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for 
Further and Higher Education in 2015, has obtained funding for a further 5 
years from April 2018 to March 2023. This funding will enable the Centre to 
extend the facilitative and transformative power of corpus methods to urgently 
needed research into health(care) communication.

You will have a PhD in Linguistics or a related area, a track-record of 
conference presentations and publications commensurate with your career stage, 
and experience both in the linguistic study of health(care) communication and 
in the use of corpus methods in the analysis of language and texts. You will be 
part of an interdisciplinary team that includes academics from the Departments 
of Linguistics & English Language, Politics, Philosophy & Religion, History, 
Psychology, and the Institute for Health Research.

You will conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses on a range of different 
types of corpus data relating to health(care) (including mental health, 
obesity, chronic pain and language assessment for the healthcare profession), 
and present the results of the analyses to both academic and non-academic 
audiences through different media.

You must also include a cover letter/statement in support of your application 
(maximum 500 words), including your rationale for applying for this post and 
how your research fits with the aims and objectives of the Centre to which this 
post is attached.

These are full-time fixed-term posts commencing 1 April 2018 for a period of 5 

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Elena Semino, Principal 
Investigator. Email:<>

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

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