LINGUIST List 10.1567

Wed Oct 20 1999

Jobs: TESOL, Lang Development/Speech Perception

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  1. Jaehyun Bae, TESOL: Teachers/ at ESL International, Korea
  2. Michael Brent, Lang Development/Speech Perception: Research/St. Louis, MO

Message 1: TESOL: Teachers/ at ESL International, Korea

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 14:04:43 -0400 (EDT)
From: Jaehyun Bae <>
Subject: TESOL: Teachers/ at ESL International, Korea

Rank of Job: 1
Areas Required: teaching english
Other Desired Areas: Pusan Korea
University or Organization: ESL International
Department: consultant 
State or Province: Korea
Country: Korea
Final Date of Application: September 23, 2010
Contact: Jaehyun Bae

Address for Applications:
4/5 47-3 Onchen 1 Dong, Dongrae-Gu
korea 607-061
South Korea

Dear prospective Teacher,

We are ESL International. We are looking for English Teachers to fill
positions in public schools, private institutions, public & private
colleges and universities, and for various corporations.

Candidates must hold an authentic 4 year or higher degree in any field
or an authentic 2 year degree in the field of English or English

Contracts are for one to two years (The majority of contracts are for
one year),
the average contracts offer 1.6 million won(Korean money) per month for
a 30 hour Monday through Friday work week.(Some contracts require work
on Saturday). Any overtime pay would be for the amount of 15,000 won per
hour. If you finish your contract in good faith you will be eligible for
severance pay.(One month salary for each full contract you complete)

Most offer round trip air fare from your location to Korea. The return
ticket is conditional on your completion of your contract in good

All contracts provide some arrangement for your accommodation (you would
be responsible for the basic utilities, phone bill, food, etc )

All contracts offer national health insurance.

If you are interested in teaching in Korea, please send us a resume, a
cover letter, copy of your transcrips, and copy of your passport.
We'll help you in the process of obtaining your teaching visa.
For more information, please visit or 


James Brown
ELS International 

Tel : 82-51-746-5769
Fax : 82-51-743-5769
Address : 4/5 47-3 Onchen 1Dong
 Dongrae-Gu, Pusan 607-061
 South Korea
E-mail : 
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Message 2: Lang Development/Speech Perception: Research/St. Louis, MO

Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 13:19:29 -0500
From: Michael Brent <>
Subject: Lang Development/Speech Perception: Research/St. Louis, MO

Research Assistant / Lab Manager / Technician
Language Development & Speech Perception

$11-$13/hr for 25-40 hours per week
Bachelor's Degree Required

The Brent lab at Washington University seeks a part- or full- time
research assistant. The project involves recording spontaneous spoken
interactions between parents and young children, transcribing the
recordings, annotating the transcripts, and measuring children's
vocabulary growth. In addition, the responsibilities of the position may
eventually involve preparing stimuli for and running speech perception
experiments using adult subjects.

The successful candidate should hold a bachelor's degree and have
coursework in psychology, linguistics, speech pathology, audiology,
signal processing, or related disciplines. The position involves
spending a substantial amount of time working with both computers and
audiovisual equipment, so applicants should enjoy learning new technical
skills. Responsibilities may include recruiting and interacting with
subjects, so applicants should be outgoing and personable. Finally,
responsibilities will include a limited amount of lab management, such
as ordering supplies and possibly supervising other part-time research

0For more information about my interests and projects, see
(though it's a bit out of date).

To apply, please send a resume, a cover letter stating your reasons for
wanting the position, and contact information for two references to:

Professor Michael Brent
Campus Box 1045
Washington University
St. Louis, MO 63130

email: Mobile phone: 917-287-6088

Work Home
Ph: 314-935-6621 Ph: 314-361-4440
Fx: 314-935-7302 Fx: 314-361-3418

Dept. of Computer Science 4605 Lindell Blvd, #1604
Washington University, 1045 St. Louis, MO 63108
St. Louis, MO 63130
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