LINGUIST List 11.266

Mon Feb 7 2000

Jobs: General Ling, TESOL/TEFL

Editor for this issue: James Yuells <jameslinguistlist.org>


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  1. Tom J.F. Tillemans, General Ling: Prof/ Univ of Lausanne, Switzerland (deadline extension)
  2. Saeko Urushibara, TESOL/TEFL:Part-time Lecturer at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Pref, Japan

Message 1: General Ling: Prof/ Univ of Lausanne, Switzerland (deadline extension)

Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 20:48:08 +0100
From: Tom J.F. Tillemans <ttillemabluewin.ch>
Subject: General Ling: Prof/ Univ of Lausanne, Switzerland (deadline extension)


The deadline for applications for the post of Full Professor of English
Language and Linguistics at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, has
been extended to Feb. 20, 2000. See the earlier announcement (Jan. 13) on
this list.

Best wishes,
Tom Tillemans
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Message 2: TESOL/TEFL:Part-time Lecturer at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Pref, Japan

Date: 7 Feb 2000 13:50:53 -0000
From: Saeko Urushibara <saekokitakyu-u.ac.jp>
Subject: TESOL/TEFL:Part-time Lecturer at Kitakyushu University, Fukuoka Pref, Japan


Rank of Job: Part-time lecturer
Areas Required: TESOL/TEFL
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Kitakyushu University
Department: Faculty of Humanities
State or Province: Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Pref.
Country: JAPAN
Final Date of Application: February 16, 2000
Contact: Saeko Urushibara saekokitakyu-u.ac.jp

Address for Applications:
4-2-1 Kitagata, Kokura-minami-ku
Kitakyushu
Fukuoka 802-8577
JAPAN

Courses to be taught: English conversation & composition
 (freshmen & sophomores)
Class schedule: 2 courses/semester 
 Wednesday 12:50-2:20 & 2:30-4:00
Class size: 35-40 students/class
Contract: 1 year (Apr. 2000 - Mar. 2001), renewable, 
 with possible changes in number and schedule of 
 classes
Compensation: starts at \8980/class
 (depending on educational/teaching backgrounds)
Transportation: all covered (except for Shinkansen)
Qualification: Master's degree (preferably in TESOL/TEFL
 or related area)
 Native speaker of English
 Teaching experience at Japanese colleges/univs.
 preferred

Contact Saeko Urushibara (associate professor, Faculty of Humanities,
Kitakyushu University, saekokitakyu-u.ac.jp) for
details.
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