LINGUIST List 12.1889

Tue Jul 24 2001

Jobs: TEFL, Lecturer/Asst Professor, Japan

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  1. Professor Alan Knowles, Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Koushi (Lecturer/Assistant Professor) at Aomori University of Health and Welfare, Aomori Prefecture Japan

Message 1: Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Koushi (Lecturer/Assistant Professor) at Aomori University of Health and Welfare, Aomori Prefecture Japan

Date: 23 Jul 2001 04:16:42 -0000
From: Professor Alan Knowles <a_knowlesauhw.ac.jp>
Subject: Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Koushi (Lecturer/Assistant Professor) at Aomori University of Health and Welfare, Aomori Prefecture Japan

	
	Rank of Job: Koushi (Lecturer/Assistant Professor)
	Areas Required: Teaching English as a Foreign Language
	Other Desired Areas: Research interests in a relevant field
	University or Organization: Aomori University of Health and Welfare
	Department: Faculty of Health Sciences, Division of Human Sciences
	State or Province: Aomori Prefecture
	Country: Japan
	Final Date of Application: 31st August 2001
	Contact: Professor Alan Knowles a_knowlesauhw.ac.jp
	
	Address for Applications:
	Professor T. Hanyu, Head of the Division of Human Sciences, Aomori
	University of Health and Welfare, Mase 58-1, Hamadate
	Aomori-shi
	Aomori-ken 030-8505
	Japan
	
	The Division of Human Sciences, Aomori University of Health and Welfare,
	a public university established by the government of Aomori Prefecture
	in 1999 to educate nurses, physiotherapists and social welfare
	specialists, is offering a position beginning in April 2002 to help
	students gain communicative competence in English. This position is
	offered on a continuing basis, subject to satisfactory performance.
	
	Applicants should have English as their mother tongue, a masters degree
	or higher in EFL, ESL, linguistics, or another related area, and a
	record of successful teaching experience at the tertiary level, and
	should be prepared to work as a member of a teaching team with other
	speakers of English. Initially, knowledge of Japanese is not a
	requirement, but the successful candidate will be positively inclined
	towards Japanese language and culture. 
	
	For further details of this post please see:
	
			http://www.auhw.ac.jp/e-auhw/koushi.html
	
	For information about Aomori and Aomori University of Health and
	Welfare, please see:
	
			http://www.pref.aomori.jp/home-e.html
			http://www.jomon.ne.jp/~affairj/english/index.htm
			http://www.auhw.ac.jp/e-auhw/index_e.html
	
	Applications will be closed on 31 August 2001.
	
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