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Fri Mar 17 2000

Jobs: Arabic Ling:Lecturer at Bayreuth University,DE

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  1. Dr.Udo Jung, Arabic Ling:Lecturer at Bayreuth University,Bayreuth,Germany

Message 1: Arabic Ling:Lecturer at Bayreuth University,Bayreuth,Germany

Date: 16 Mar 2000 14:10:37 -0000
From: Dr.Udo Jung <udo.junguni-bayreuth.de>
Subject: Arabic Ling:Lecturer at Bayreuth University,Bayreuth,Germany


Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Arabic language teaching
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Bayreuth University
Department: Arabic
State or Province: Bayreuth
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: May 31, 2000
Contact: Dr. Udo Jung udo.junguni-bayreuth.de

Address for Applications:
Language Center, Bayreuth University
Bayreuth
 95440
Germany

The Language Center of Bayreuth University announces an opening for a
Lecturer in: 
Arabic 
beginning on 1 September, 2000 

Qualifications: Arabic native language (dialect plus Standard Arabic),
University
degree. A degree in Linguistics or Linguistics-related specialty,
experience in teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language and knowledge of
German is preferred. 

Duties: Arabic language courses and courses on
Arabic culture. The candidate will be expected to have or acquire a
basic knowledge of computer and multi-media competence. Teaching load
is 16 hours per week within a total 40 hour work week. Salary is
determined by the BAT IIa scale (national employees scale). The
contract is for two years with the possibility of a three year
extension. 

Bayreuth University seeks to increase the percentage of
female employees and therefore specifically encourages women to apply.
Given equal qualification, handicapped applicants will be given
preference. 

Applications with resume, copies of academic
qualifications, evidence of teaching experience (if any), references,
and picture should be sent to: 

The Director, Language Center
Dr. Udo Jung	
Bayreuth University	 
D-95440, Bayreuth	 
Germany 

by May 31, 2000.
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