LINGUIST List 10.1642

Sun Oct 31 1999

Jobs: Content Specialist, Socioling./ESL

Editor for this issue: Naomi Ogasawara <naomilinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Linda S. Leppig, ESL, Spanish, French, Italian: Content Specialist at The Learning Company, Tennessee USA
  2. Hikaru Kitabayashi, Socioling or ESL: Lecturer at Daito Bunka University, Tokyo Japan

Message 1: ESL, Spanish, French, Italian: Content Specialist at The Learning Company, Tennessee USA

Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 14:45:18 -0400 (EDT)
From: Linda S. Leppig <lleppiglearningco.com>
Subject: ESL, Spanish, French, Italian: Content Specialist at The Learning Company, Tennessee USA


Rank of Job: Content Specialist
Areas Required: ESL, Spanish, French, Italian
Other Desired Areas: Applied Linguistics, SLA
University or Organization: The Learning Company
Department: N/A
State or Province: Tennessee
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: December 15, 1999
Contact: Linda S. Leppig lleppiglearningco.com

Address for Applications:
314 Erin Drive
Knoxville
TN 37919
USA

The Learning Company's Foreign Language Division seeks Content 
Specialists with outstanding written and oral skills in English and 
one or more other languages. Ability to work successfully in a 
development-team environment, write engaging, pedagogically sound 
content within parameters set by others, and work with outside 
developers and translators. Responsible for accuracy and cultural 
appropriateness of all spoken and onscreen content and peripheral 
publications. Good working knowledge of Windows, databases and 
educational software. M.A. or higher in Education, ESL, a language 
other than English, or related field. Strong interest in FL pedagogy 
and familiarity with current trends. Minimum of 3 years teaching 
experience. The Learning Company, a leading publisher of educational 
software, is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering competitive 
salaries and incentives. Address resum�s to Melissa Roberts at 
The Learning Company, 314 Erin Drive, Knoxville, TN 37919. Please 
indicate plans to attend ACTFL or MLA.
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Message 2: Socioling or ESL: Lecturer at Daito Bunka University, Tokyo Japan

Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 07:55:53 -0400 (EDT)
From: Hikaru Kitabayashi <hkitabayashinetscape.net>
Subject: Socioling or ESL: Lecturer at Daito Bunka University, Tokyo Japan


Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Socio-linguistics or TEFL/TESL
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Daito Bunka University
Department: English
State or Province: Tokyo
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: November 20, 1999
Contact: Hikaru Kitabayashi hkitabayashinetscape.net

Address for Applications:
1-9-1 Takashimadaira
Itabashi-ku
Tokyo 175-8571
Japan

The Department of English of Daito BunkaUniversity, a private university
in Tokyo, is seeking two native English-speaking contract lecturers (one
with a doctoral degree in socio-linguistics and the other with a
doctoral degree in TEFL/TESL) to begin work as of April 2000. The
contract is to be for two years, and may be extended for two one-year
terms. Duties involve maintaining office hours five days aweek, teaching
eight 90-minute English lessons per week, providing a native check of
English documents written by Japanese-speaking staff, and
undertaking other matters related to English teaching. The annual
starting slary will be between 3,500,00 to 5,250,000 yen, depending on
experience and age, with annual salary increases scheduled. Japanese
health insurance and other benefits will be provided. The deadline for
receiving applications is November 20, 1999. To apply, send either by
e-mail, fax, or snail mail a resume, a copy of relevantpublications,
reference(s), a photo and a cover letter to: Prof. ShunjiYamazaki,
Chair, Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages, DaitoBunka
University, 1-9-1 Takashimadaira, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 175-8571. E-mail
maybe sent to hkitabayashinetscape.net and faxes to +81-3-5399-7373.
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