LINGUIST List 10.1068

Wed Jul 14 1999

Jobs: ESL/EFL, Associate Lecturers in English

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  1. Jong Kun Lee, ESL/EFL Position in South Korea
  2. gregory, Associate Lecturers in English

Message 1: ESL/EFL Position in South Korea

Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 17:28:07 -0700
From: Jong Kun Lee <jkleechungkye.mokpo.ac.kr>
Subject: ESL/EFL Position in South Korea

The Foreign Language Center of Mokpo National University seeks a
qualified ESL/EFL instructor. 

 Mokpo National University, founded in 1946, is located in Mokpo and
Muan, the southwest part of Korea, and has some 7,000 students. The
Foreign Language Center offers a variety of conversational English
courses at beginning and intermediate levels. 

 CONTRACT PERIOD 
 The contract period is for one year, from September 1, 1999 to August
31, 2000. Contract may be renewed upon the agreement of both parties. 

 DUTIES 
 There are 20 teaching hours per week, Monday through Friday. Overtime
hours may be allocated at the discretion of the Director of the Foreign
Language Center. These will be compensated at standard overtime rate. 

 QUALIFICATIONS 
 A native speaker of English. M.A.in TESOL/ESL/EFL degree required (No
exception). Two or more years' teaching experience preferred but not
necessary. 

 SALARY AND BENEFITS 
 2,000,000 WON (approximately 1,680 U.S. dollars) per month. Return air
fare (up to 1,000,000 WON) and a bonus equivalent to one month's salary
will be paid upon successful completion of the contract. Benefits
include subsidized Korean Health Insurance, an office with a personal
computer, guaranteed six weeks' paid vacation and a furnished apartment. 

 In spite of Korea's current economic difficulties, the university
salary is sufficient to sustain a comfortable life as well as permit
travel around Asia. 

 Please send a cover letter and resume to the following e-mail address
by July 23, 1999: jkleechungkye.mokpo.ac.kr 

 If you need further information, please feel free to ask. 
 My name is Jong Kun Lee. My e-mail address is
 jkleechungkye.mokpo.ac.kr 
 and my fax number is +82-636-450-2124.
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Message 2: Associate Lecturers in English

Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 12:41:41 +0900
From: gregory <gregorygol.com>
Subject: Associate Lecturers in English

Kwansei Gakuin University's School of Policy Studies announces two
positions (EFL/EAP) for Associate Lecturers in English (ALEs),
beginning in March 2000. This 3-year contract position is renewable
for a 4th year. The School of Policy Studies is on the Kobe-Sanda
campus, located in the Kansai area of Japan, approximately one hour
from the centers of Kobe and Osaka. Salary and benefits are highly
competitive.

DUTIES
The ALE coordinates one or two courses per semester which involves:

* developing or improving the course syllabus to meet the needs of the
 students within the overall program goals;
* involving the teachers of the coordinated course in decisions;
* creating new and improving existing material;
* providing those materials to the other teachers in a timely manner


The ALE teaches eight 90-minute classes per week (Tuesday-Friday),
some of which are coordinated by other ALEs. The ALE is involved in
entrance exams, the grading process, and participates in meetings
directly related to the courses and the program. Attendance at other
campus events is rarely required.

QUALIFICATIONS
As a successful candidate you would have
* native-like competence in English;
* an MA in a relevant discipline such as TEFL/TESL or Applied Linguistics;
* solid teaching experience in university EAP;
* experience coordinating other teachers or working in a coordinated program;
* experience in curriculum and materials development;
* a demonstrated ability to function well as part of a team;
* a commitment to further professional development.

We are working to create a challenging and motivating EAP program for
our students. Ideally, you would have a strong commitment to teaching
and a desire to work as part of a team to constantly develop and
improve our program. Your theoretical grounding in SLA would inform
your decisions in the classroom, curriculum design, and materials
development. You would be able to identify student needs and
implement constructive responses to them. You would be interested in
the goals of the program and be able to see the role of a course
within the overall program goals. Finally, you would approach your job
with energy and enthusiasm. As we seek to diversify our staff, we
encourage women and people of color to apply.

APPLICATION PROCESS
If you meet these criteria and are interested in becoming involved in
an exciting and challenging program, please send only your CV; a cover
letter describing the contributions you could make to our program; and
three letters of recommendation by September 1, 1999 to

James Riedel
Coordinator, English Language Program
School of Policy Studies
Kwansei Gakuin University
Gakuen 2-1, Sanda-shi
Japan 669-1337

Candidates placed on a short list will be asked to answer
specific interview questions on video.



Gregory G. Anderson
La Foret 306
9-16 Yokoyama
Sanda shi 669-1534
Hyogo, Japan

home tel 0795-63-3064
fax (at Kansei Gakuin University's School of Policy Studies)
0795-65-7605
cell 090-1965-7271

gregorygol.com
gregoryksc.kwansei.ac.jp
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