LINGUIST List 11.1837

Wed Aug 30 2000

Jobs: Japanese Lang Lecturer, U of Washington

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  1. Kaoru Ohta, Japanese Lang Lecturer at University of Washington

Message 1: Japanese Lang Lecturer at University of Washington

Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2000 13:18:32 -0700
From: Kaoru Ohta <>
Subject: Japanese Lang Lecturer at University of Washington

I'm pleased to post the following job announcement from the University of

Lecturer in Japanese

The Department of Asian Languages and Literature seeks to appoint a
full-time lecturer of Japanese. The initial appointment, starting
Autumn Quarter 2001, is for up to three years, with the possibility of
renewal, subject to the availability of funding. Applicants should
have at least the M.A. degree in Japanese, Language Pedagogy, Applied
Linguistics, or relevant fields with proficiency-based language
teaching experience. Applicants should be capable of teaching modern
Japanese at any level, and be willing to train and evaluate graduate
student teaching assistants as well as develop new curricula and
classroom materials. 

Send applications, including a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching
interest, sample teaching video tape demonstrating ability, and three
letters of recommendation to:
	Chair, Japanese Search Committee,
	Department of Asian Languages and Literature, 
	Box 353521, University of Washington, 
	Seattle, Washington, 98195-3521. 

Priority will be given to applications received before October 15,
2000. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse
faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and minority
candidates. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. ***********************

Please note that the date of October 15th is not a strict deadline,
but the committee would like to receive applications as early as
possible. The committee will continue accepting applications until
the position is filled. If you have questions regarding the
application process, please contact the search committee chair, 
Amy Snyder Ohta, at <>.
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