LINGUIST List 10.1718

Thu Nov 11 1999

Jobs: TESOL, EFL/Linguistics

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  1. Graham Thurgood, TESOL: - Tenure-Track/ California State U, USA
  2. Michio FUNAKI, EFL/Linguistics: Teaching/ Shizuoka Univ, Japan

Message 1: TESOL: - Tenure-Track/ California State U, USA

Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 21:06:24 -0800
From: Graham Thurgood <gthurgoodcsuchico.edu>
Subject: TESOL: - Tenure-Track/ California State U, USA

CORRECTED AD:
Tenure-Track Position in Applied Linguistics/TESOL

The English Department at California State University, Chico seeks to
fill a tenure-track position in Applied Linguistics/TESOL with an
emphasis on Second Language Acquistion theory and methods. Teaching
responsibilities include introduction to SLA theories and methods, a
graduate seminar on Second Language Acquisition Theory, and English
for Academic Purposes. The position also involves advising ESL
students, pursuing research and publication, and providing service to
the University community. As a university that educates students of
various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, we value a diverse faculty
and staff and seek to create as diverse a pool of candidates as
possible. A Ph.D. in applied linguistics or TESOL (with strong
linguistics background). Teaching experience in EAP (English for
Academic Purposes) programs in the US and in ESL in a non-US setting,
or ESL/bilingual programs in K-12 schools in the U.S. and demonstrated
excellence in teaching and research are required. Rank and salary are
based on qualifications and experience. Position begins Fall 2000.
To ensure full consideration, application must be received by November
29, 1999. Send letter, dossier and recs. to Karen Hatch, Chair.,
English Dept., California State University, Chico,
CA. 95929-0830. Chico is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.

Note that this ad contains the corrected description of the CSU Chico
job opening.
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Message 2: EFL/Linguistics: Teaching/ Shizuoka Univ, Japan

Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 13:56:28 +0900
From: Michio FUNAKI <funakiipc.shizuoka.ac.jp>
Subject: EFL/Linguistics: Teaching/ Shizuoka Univ, Japan

Call for Applications for one FOREIGN PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH


1. POSITION
 Foreign Professor of English (Gaikokujin kyoushi)
2. DEPARTMENT
 Faculty of Education, Department of English
3. QUALIFICATIONS
 A native-speaker of English with an M.A. in one of the following areas:
Linguistics, English Education, English and/or American Literature. (A
candidate with qualifications which can be deemed at least the equivalent of
the above will also be considered).
4. TEACHING/ADVISING ASSIGNMENTS
 English Composition, English Conversation, English Pronunciation (theory
and practice), English as a general education requirement, graduation thesis
guidance. (Changes in teaching assignments are possible with each academic
year.)
5. TEACHING LOAD
 Eight 90-minute classes per week. (16 hours)
6. PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT
 Two years, from April 1, 2000 to March 31, 2002. However, it is possible
to renew the position, the maximum total of years being six.
7. SALARY
 Based on the Mombusho scale and the candidate's years of experience, and
decided by the president of Shizuoka University.
8. HOUSING
 The university will provide accomodations. Utilities, however, will be the
responsibility of the foreign professor.
9. DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
(1) a resume (CV)
(2) a list of publications
(3) copies of three articles, or books, and a 200-word English abstract of each
(4) for those candidates currently residing in Japan, proof of current
resident status and period of residence (copies of appropriate passport
pages)
(5) a photograph
Note: There will be an interview for finalists. Also, the successful
candidate will be required to submit a copy of a recent physical
examination.
10. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS
 Wednesday, January 5, 2000
11. DATE EMPLOYMENT BEGINS
 Saturday, April 1, 2000
12. SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS
(1) Mail to
 Dean, Faculty of Education
 Shizuoka University
 Ohya 836
 Shizuoka City 422-8529
 JAPAN
(2) On the front of the envelope, write "Application for Foreign Professor
position," and send by registered mail.

 For further inquiries, please contact Professor Michio Funaki.
 Telephone: (054) 238-4289, 4291
 Fax: (054) 238-4291
 E-mail: funakiipc.shizuoka.ac.jp

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