LINGUIST List 11.1458

Mon Jul 3 2000

Jobs: Ling/TEFL/Eng Instructor, Kitakyushu Univ Japan

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  1. Akira Ito, Linguistics/TEFL Instructor at KItakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan
  2. Sinichiro Noriguchi, English Instructor at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Message 1: Linguistics/TEFL Instructor at KItakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Date: 29 Jun 2000 08:21:03 -0000
From: Akira Ito <a-itokitakyu-u.ac.jp>
Subject: Linguistics/TEFL Instructor at KItakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan


Rank of Job: instructor
Areas Required: linguistics or TEFL
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Kitakyushu University
Department: Department of Foreign Studies
State or Province: Fukuoka
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: September 30, 2000
Contact: Akira Ito a-itokitakyu-u.ac.jp

Address for Applications:
4-2-1, Kitagata, Kokuraminami-ku
Kitakyushu City
Fukuoka 802-8577
Japan

The English Section of the Department of Foreign Studies at Kitakyushu
University is seeking one native English speaking instructor starting
April 1, 2001 to serve on a one-year renewable contract for a maximum
total of 5 years. Duties include teaching speech, debate, conversation
and writing. Nine classes weekly, including two evening classes.

Applicants should have an M.A. or Ph.D. in linguistics or TEFL or its
equivalent, with relevent teaching experience. Must be competent in
conversational Japanese. Applicants should have received their B.A.
degree within 8 years of April 1, 2001. Apply with C.V., a list of
publications, including the topics of the M.A. thesis or Ph.D.
dissertation, a maximum of 3 academic papers or books (photocopies
acceptable), certificates of B.A., M.A., and/or Ph.D. degrees, by
September 30, 2000. 

Indicate on the envelope in red "application for the position of
English Instructor in the English Section of the Department of Foreign
Studies. 

Akiko Noji, Kyomuka (Academic Affairs Section), 
Kitakyushu University 
4-2-1, Kitagata, 
Kokuraminami-ku, 
Kitakyushu City 802-8577 Japan 
Tel: 093-964-4031 Fax: 093-964-4020 E-mail: a-itokitakyu-u.ac.jp
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Message 2: English Instructor at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

Date: 29 Jun 2000 08:30:11 -0000
From: Sinichiro Noriguchi <snorikitakyu-u.ac.jp>
Subject: English Instructor at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Japan


Rank of Job: instructor
Areas Required: English:speech, debate, conversation and academic paper
writing
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Kitakyushu University
Department: Department of Foreign Studies
State or Province: Fukuoka
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: September 30, 2000
Contact: Sinichiro Noriguchi snorikitakyu-u.ac.jp

Address for Applications:
4-2-1, Kitagata, Kokuraminami-ku
Kitakyushu City
Fukuoka 802-8577
Japan

Kitakyushu University is seeking one native English speaking instructor
starting April 1, 2001 to serve on a one-year renewable contract for a
maximum total of 5 years. Department of International Relations. One
instructor of English: speech, debate, conversation and academic paper
writing. Nine classes weekly, including two evening classes. 

Applicants should have an M.A. in linguistics or TEFL or its
equivalent, with some knowledge about International Relations. Must be
competent in conversational Japanese. As of April 1, 2001, the number
of years after taking a bachelor's degree should be within 8
years. Apply with C.V., a list of publications, including the topics
of the M.A. thesis. A few major academic papers or books (photocopies
acceptable), certificates of B.A., and M.A. degrees, by September 30,
2000. 

Indicate on the envelope in red "application for the position of
English Instructor in the Department of International Relations. 

Akiko Noji, Kyomuka (Academic Affairs Section), 
Kitakyushu University 
4-2-1, Kitagata, 
Kokuraminami-ku, 
Kitakyushu City 802-8577 
Japan 
Tel: 093-964-4031 Fax: 093-964-4020 E-mail: snorikitakyu-u.ac.jp
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