LINGUIST List 11.1244

Fri Jun 2 2000

Jobs: Chinese/Japanese Lecturers, U of Canterbury

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  1. Liz Velde, Chinese/Japanese Lecturers at U of Canterbury, New Zealand

Message 1: Chinese/Japanese Lecturers at U of Canterbury, New Zealand

Date: Fri, 02 Jun 2000 16:02:32 +1200
From: Liz Velde <L.Velderegy.canterbury.ac.nz>
Subject: Chinese/Japanese Lecturers at U of Canterbury, New Zealand


New Zealand
Department of Asian Languages: Senior Lecturer or Lecturer - equivalent to
 US Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.

Chinese: Vacancy No. AL121. Applications are invited for this tenured
 position from persons who possess, or who are close to completing, a
 Ph.D degree in an area of Chinese Studies, and whose present research
 interests are also in Chinese Studies. Applicants should have native
 or near-native fluency in both modern standard Chinese (Mandarin) and
 English. A significant component of teaching duties will be in
 teaching Chinese as a second/foreign language. Preference may be given
 to applicants also qualified to teach one or more of the following:
 classical Chinese, Chinese civilisation, traditional Chinese thought
 and philosophy. Appropriate prior teaching experience at the tertiary
 level and an appropriate publications record are sought.

Japanese:Vacancy No. AL123. Applications are invited for this tenured
 position from persons with a higher degree in an area of Japanese 
 Studies;
 preference will be given to applicants who possess, or who are very 
 close to completing, a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in an area of 
 Japanese studies, and whose present research is in that area. 
 The appointee's principal teaching duties will be in teaching 
 Japanese as a second or foreign language.
 Applicants should have native fluency in modern Japanese and should 
 also be able to communicate effectively in English. Some prior 
 experience of teaching Japanese as a second language at the tertiary 
 level, and an appropriate record of publications, are desirable. 
 Candidates for appointment at Senior Lecturer level should already 
 hold a Ph.D degree or equivalent, and have both substantial 
 appropriate tertiary teaching experience and publications record.

Full details for both positions from: hrregy.canterbury.ac.nz, the address
below or http://www.canterbury.ac.nz 
Applications, quoting the relevant Vacancy, close on 31 July 2000 with 
 the Human Resources Manager, 
 University of Canterbury, 
 Private Bag 4800, Christchurch. 
The University has a policy of equality of opportunity in employment.

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