LINGUIST List 11.1664

Mon Jul 31 2000

Jobs: Bilingual Education and ESL

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  1. Yoon, Keumsil, Bilingul/ESL: Asst Prof Emergency hiring at William Paterson U.

Message 1: Bilingul/ESL: Asst Prof Emergency hiring at William Paterson U.

Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 13:00:26 -0400
From: Yoon, Keumsil <YoonKwpunj.edu>
Subject: Bilingul/ESL: Asst Prof Emergency hiring at William Paterson U.

Position Announcement
September 2000

Assistant Professor/ Instructor, Bilingual/ESL Program. The Department
of Languages and Cultures at William Paterson University has a
one-year, full-time position for an Assistant Professor or Instructor
in the Bilingual/ESL program beginning September 2000. The major
responsibilities of the position will be to teach graduate courses in
Methods, Materials and Assessment in TESOL, Contrastive Linguistics,
Bilingual Education in Content Areas, and other undergraduate and
graduate courses as needed, to assist in coordinating
community-outreach initiatives with local school districts, and to
advise students. Qualifications include: earned doctorate (or ABD for
instructor) in Applied Linguistics or a related area. Ability to
teach a basic foreign language (Spanish preferred) courses. Teaching
experience in ESL, Foreign Language, and/or Bilingual Education.
Please send a letter of application, curriculum vita, and names,
addresses and phone numbers of three reference immediately to:

	Dr. Bruce Williams
	Department of Languages and Cultures
	William Paterson University
	Wayne, New Jersey 07974
	973-720-3035
	973-720-2955 FAX

Initial inquiry and c.v. can be sent via fax or e-mail: Williamsbwpunj.edu

The William Paterson University is a comprehensive public university
situated on a suburban campus twenty miles west of New York City. The
University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
dedicated to the goals of educational excellence, cultural and
intellectual diversity and a reciprocal relationship with the region.
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