LINGUIST List 10.1484

Fri Oct 8 1999

Jobs: Applied&Socioling, EFL

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  1. Luis Lopez-Carretero, Applied&Socioling-Assoc or Full(2 positions) at U of Illinois,Chicago
  2. Kim, Jong-Bok, EFL-Kyung Hee University at Seoul, Korea

Message 1: Applied&Socioling-Assoc or Full(2 positions) at U of Illinois,Chicago

Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 14:13:43 -0500
From: Luis Lopez-Carretero <luislopeuic.edu>
Subject: Applied&Socioling-Assoc or Full(2 positions) at U of Illinois,Chicago

U of Illinois at Chicago
Spanish, French, Ital, & Port, Chicago Illinois 60607

Associate or Full Professor in Spanish Applied Linguistics

Associate or Full Professor in Spanish Applied Linguistics, beginning Fall
2000 to direct a large lower-division Spanish language program, train the
Spanish teaching assistants and teach in the undergraduate and graduate
programs. The Language Program Director will have a course reduction and
will work in conjunction with a full-time assistant and other course
coordinators. Ph.D. in Spanish linguistics with specialization in first-
and second-language acquisition; native or near-native fluency in Spanish;
demonstrated excellence in teaching; evidence of scholarly distinction.
Expertise in language curriculum development, materials' preparation,
language testing and educational management and administration. For full
consideration, applications must be received by November 12, 1999. Send
application letter, CV, sample of scholarship, and three letters of
reference to Professor Luc�a El�as-Olivares, Acting Head, Dept. of
Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese (M/C 315) 601 South Morgan Street,
Chicago,IL 60607-7117. The University of Illinois is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



U of Illinois at Chicago
Spanish, French, Ital, & Port, Chicago Illinois 60607

Associate or Full Professor in Spanish Sociolinguistics

Associate or Full Professor in Spanish Sociolinguistics, beginning August
2000 to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels with an
opportunity to direct graduate research in a growing doctoral program in
Hispanic Linguistics. Ph.D. in Spanish linguistics; native or
near-native fluency in Spanish; demonstrated excellence in teaching;
evidence of scholarly distinction. Any research area will be considered,
but focus on U.S. Spanish an advantage. For full consideration,
applications must be received by November 12, 1999. Send application
letter, CV, sample of scholarship and three letters of reference to
Professor Luc�a El�as-Olivares, Acting Head, Dept. of Spanish, French,
Italian and Portuguese (M/C 315) 601 South Morgan Street, Chicago,IL
60607-7117. The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action


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Message 2: EFL-Kyung Hee University at Seoul, Korea

Date: Wed, 06 Oct 1999 13:17:10 +0900
From: Kim, Jong-Bok <jongboknms.kyunghee.ac.kr>
Subject: EFL-Kyung Hee University at Seoul, Korea


[EFL Teachers Wanted]

Kyung Hee University at Seoul, Korea, is seeking several qualified EFL
teachers (for the information about the university, refer to
http://www.kyunghee.ac.kr/ and http://iie.kyunghee.ac.kr/ ).

Qualifications: MA in Linguistics, Creative Writing, TESOL or closely
related field; experience in teaching English as a Second Language
and/or experience with TESOL education preferable. BA in one of these
fields with an MA or MS degree also qualified. Interested applicants are
asked to send a letter of application, curriculum vitae (with a photo
attached), a list of three references, and copies of transcripts and
diploma, a writing sample (if available) to:

EFL Coordinator
Institute of International Education
Kyung Hee University
1 Hoegi-dong, Dongdaemun-gu
Seoul, Korea 130-701

The successful candidates will be appointed for the term of one year
beginning March 1, 2000, renewable on good standing for the term of two
years. Primary responsibilities include teaching 15 hours of English
conversation and composition classes per week and coordinating EFL
activities in the institute. Monthly salary will be approximately
2,000,000 won. Other benefits include 8 week vacations, health
insurance, and a studio apartment with minimum rental fees.

DEADLINE for receipt of the materials is November 13, 1999. Inquiries
should be directed to phone: +82-2-961-0892/0788,
fax: 959-9018, email: jongboknms.kyunghee.ac.kr.

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