LINGUIST List 10.583

Thu Apr 22 1999

Jobs: General Linguistics, Japanese Language

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  1. Otelemate G. Harry, General Linguistics; Asst Lecturer at U.W.I. Mona
  2. Yuki Johnson, Japanese Language; Lecturer position at University of Michigan

Message 1: General Linguistics; Asst Lecturer at U.W.I. Mona

Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 17:32:03 -0400
From: Otelemate G. Harry <ogharryminotaur.uwimona.edu.jm>
Subject: General Linguistics; Asst Lecturer at U.W.I. Mona

The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, advertises the following post:

Lecturer / Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics,
Department of Language, Linguistics & Philosophy, Mona

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of
Lecturer / Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics, Department of Language,
Linguistics & Philosophy, the University of the West Indies, Mona.
Applicants should have postgraduate qualificiations, a record of research
and the ability to teach at postgraduate level in at least two of the
following:

a. Language Variation
b. Creole Linguistics
c. Language Acquisition
d. Phonology
e. Syntax

In addition, the applicant should be able to teach at the undergraduate
level in at least one additional area, either from the preceding list or
from the following:

f. Discourse Analysis
g. Semantics
h. Computational Linguistics

Duties to be assumed by August 1, 1999, or as soon as possible thereafter.

Detailed applications (two copies) giving full particulars of
qualifications and experience, marital status, date of birth and the names
and addresses of three referees should be sent by May 30, 1999, to:

 The Campus Registrar
 Attention: Senior Assistant Registrar, Appointments
 The University of the West Indies
 Mona
 Kingston 7
 Jamaica

Allow appr. 2 weeks for mail

Fax number: + (1) (876) 977 3794

Further particulars are available from the same source.

In order to expedite the appointment procedure, applicants are advised to
ask their referees to send confidential reports direct to the University
without waiting to be contacted.

NB Only suitable applications will be acknowledged.

For more information on the Department of Language, Linguistics &
Philosophy, visit our web-site, which can be found through www.uwimona.edu.jm.
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Message 2: Japanese Language; Lecturer position at University of Michigan

Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 02:51:37 -0500
From: Yuki Johnson <yukijohnumich.edu>
Subject: Japanese Language; Lecturer position at University of Michigan


University of Michigan
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
seeks Candidates for
Japanese Language Lecturer

 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, invites applications for one
lecturer position in Japanese language beginning September 1, 1999. This
is a one-year appointment. Native or near-native fluency in Japanese and
excellent command of English are required. Preference is given to
applicants with an M.A. Degree in Linguistics, Foreign Language Education,
or TESOL/TESL, and with experience at the college level teaching Japanese
to English-speaking students using various teaching techniques. Candidates
with experience teaching at a variety of levels and with knowledge of
proficiency-oriented instruction are especially welcome, as are those with
ability or experience in Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) and/or
computer programming.
 We seek energetic, collaborative candidates with innovative ideas
about teaching language in a large university setting. Since this is an
urgent search, interested candidates should send a letter of application,
CV, and three names of reference no later than May 1st, 1999 to:

Search Committee,
Japanese Language Program,
Asian Languages and Cultures,
University of Michigan
3070 Frieze Bldg.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

For detailed information, contact Yuki Johnson.
E-mail: yukijohnumich.edu
Phone: 313-647-2091

For the three professional references, please include the e-mail
address and telephone numbers at which each person can most
conveniently be reached.
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