LINGUIST List 12.119

Thu Jan 18 2001

Jobs: TEFL/TESOL: Visiting Lecturer, Kyushu U, Japan

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  1. Kazuaki Ota, TEFL/TESOL: Visiting Lecturer at Kyushu U, Fukuoka, Japan

Message 1: TEFL/TESOL: Visiting Lecturer at Kyushu U, Fukuoka, Japan

Date: 18 Jan 2001 01:15:28 -0000
From: Kazuaki Ota <>
Subject: TEFL/TESOL: Visiting Lecturer at Kyushu U, Fukuoka, Japan

Rank of Job: Visiting Lecturer
Areas Required: TEFL/TESOL
Other Desired Areas: English Language/Literature, Communication/Speech,
Cultural Studies
University or Organization: Kyushu University
Department: Faculty of Languages & Cultures
State or Province: Fukuoka
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: February 28, 2001
Contact: Kazuaki Ota

Address for Applications:
Ropponmatsu 4-2-1, Chuo-ku
Fukuoka 810-8560

 University Job Opening / Visiting Lecturer

Kyushu University, a Japanese national university, is seeking a
qualified native English speaker for the position of visiting lecturer
in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL), beginning October 1,

The ideal candidate should be 39 years old or younger and possess a
Ph.D. degree in either TEFL/TESOL, English Language and Literature,
Communication/Speech studies, Cultural studies or other related areas
with a few years of teaching experience. However, candidates
possessing only an M.A. degree but with a strong teaching background
will also be considered.

Responsibilities: Teach seven weekly English classes (90 minutes each)
per semester (primarily first- and second-year students), maintain
office hours, and act as a staff informant.

Salary: Ranging from approximately 5,460,000 yen to 6,980,000 yen
annually depending on age and experience.

Contract: Two years with a possible extension of one year maximum.

Benefits: Full travel expenses and baggage allowance (self and
family), research budget, a fully furnished residence for 33,600 yen

All applicants are requested to send their curriculum vitae with a
list of publications, two samples of their written work, a cassette
tape-recorded self-introduction, and a written professional
self-introduction of 500 words or less. Applicants should also
include two references. Selection will be made on a competitive
basis. Announcement of appointment will be made by April 30, 2001.

Send applications to: Professor Kazuaki Ota
 Chairman, English Department
 Faculty of Languages and Cultures
 Kyushu University
 Ropponmatsu 4-2-1, Chuo-ku
 Fukuoka 810-8560 JAPAN
 Tel/Fax 81-92-726-4706
No E-mail applications will be accepted.
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