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Wed Dec 1 1999

Jobs: French Linguistics/Asst Prof/U of Toronto

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Message 1: French linguistics job in Toronto

Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 11:24:46 -0500
From: Elizabeth Cowper <cowperscar.utoronto.ca>
Subject: French linguistics job in Toronto



FRENCH
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO AT SCARBOROUGH
Applications are invited for a tenure-stream position, Assistant or
Associate Professor, in French, Division of Humanities, University of
Toronto at Scarborough. Qualifications: Ph.D. in French with
specialization in linguistics/applied linguistics and second language
teaching/learning, and a strong record of teaching and research.
Applications are welcomed from candidates qualified to carry out
research and to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Applicants should be prepared to develop and teach undergraduate courses
in all areas of French linguistics and language structure, as well as
more general language practice courses, and to play a major role in a
significant curriculum planning and renewal exercise that will determine
the future level and direction of programs in French at the University
of Toronto at Scarborough. Familiarity with technology-based approaches
to learning will be considered an asset. Salary commensurate with
experience and qualifications. Send letter of application and curriculum
vitae, along with evidence of scholarly and teaching ability, to
Professor Elizabeth Cowper, Chair, Division of Humanities, University of
Toronto at Scarborough, 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, Ontario M1C
1A4, and arrange for three letters of reference or confidential dossier
to be sent directly to the same address. Appointment commences July 1
2000. Applications arriving after January 31, 2000 may be too late. In
accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. In
accordance with its Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto
encourages applications from qualified women or men, members of visible
minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.

FRAN�AIS
UNIVERSITE DE TORONTO A SCARBOROUGH
La Division des Etudes Humaines � L'Universit� de Toronto � Scarborough
cherche � pourvoir un poste en Fran�ais au rang de professeur(e)
adjoint(e) ou agr�g�(e), menant � la permanence. Nous recherchons
quelqu'un qui poss�de un doctorat en fran�ais, avec sp�cialisation en
linguistique ou en linguistique appliqu�e, qui s'interesse
particuli�rement � l'apprentissage de la langue seconde, et qui puisse
offrir un excellent dossier en mati�re de recherche et d'enseignement.
Le/la candidat(e) devra �tre pr�t(e) � poursuivre des recherches et �
d�velopper des cours de 2e et de 3e cycle portant sur la langue et la
linguistique. Il/elle sera �galement appel�(e) � assurer un r�le de
premier plan dans le renouvellement de notre curriculum, processus qui
d�terminera et la direction et le niveau de nos futurs programmes en
fran�ais. Des connaissances et une certaine exp�rience de CALL seront
aussi des atouts souhaitables. La r�muneration sera � la mesure de
l'exp�rience et des qualifications pr�sent�es. Envoyer toute demande,
avec curriculum vitae et preuves d'expertise en recherche et en
enseignement, � l'adresse suivante: Professeure Elizabeth Cowper,
Directrice, Division of Humanities, Universit� de Toronto � Scarborough,
1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, ON M1C 1A4. Faire parvenir directement
� la m�me adresse trois lettres de r�f�rence. Date d'entr�e en fonction:
1er juillet 2000. Pour �tre prises pleinement en consideration les
demandes devront �tre re�ues le 31 janvier 2000 au plus tard.
Conform�ment � la l�gislation canadienne en mati�re d'immigration, cette
annonce s'adresse aux citoyen(ne)s canadien(ne)s et au r�sident(e)s
permanent(e)s du Canada. L'Universit� de Toronto suit une politique
d'�quit� en mati�re d'emploi. Toutes les personnes qualifi�es, femmes et
hommes, membres de groupes minoritaires et des premi�res nations,
personnes handicap�es, sont encourag�es � se porter candidat(e)s.

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Elizabeth A. Cowper
Chair, Division of Humanities tel: 416-287-7127
University of Toronto at Scarborough fax: 416-287-7116
1265 Military Trail cowperscar.utoronto.ca
Toronto, ON M1C 1A4
Canada
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