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Thu Sep 6 2001

Jobs: AssocProf at Univ of New South Wales, Australia

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Message 1: Japanese Studies: AssocProf at Univ of New South Wales, Australia

Date: 6 Sep 2001 07:18:00 -0000
From: Acting Dean: Neillinguistlist.org, Harpleylinguistlist.org;A/Prof.Olaf Reinhardt <n.harpleyunsw.edu.au;o.reinhardtunsw.edu.au>
Subject: Japanese Studies: AssocProf at Univ of New South Wales, Australia


Rank of Job: Associate Professor of Japanese Studies
Areas Required: Japanese Studies: in an area of Japanese linguistics or
language education
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: The University of New South Wales
Department: Department of Japanese and Korean Studies
State or Province: N.S.W.
Country: Australia
Final Date of Application: 3 October, 2001
Contact: Acting Dean: Neil Harpley; A/Prof.Olaf Reinhardt
n.harpleyunsw.edu.au; o.reinhardtunsw.edu.au

Address for Applications:
UNSW
Sydney
N.S.W. 2052
Australia

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
School of Modern Language Studies

Associate Professor of Japanese Studies

Applications are invited for appointment as Associate Professor of
Japanese Studies. The successful applicant will be expected to promote
the Department of Japanese and Korean Studies, the School and the
discipline of Japanese Studies within the university and wider
community.

The Department of Japanese and Korean Studies at UNSW has one of the
largest and most highly respected Japanese programs in Australia with
a full-time staff of twelve teaching over 1500 students. It is
committed to a wider range of teaching and research areas, as well as
to a diversity of approaches to its disciplines. Its language teaching
program is widely regarded as very successful, with a unique structure
enabling students to learn at the most appropriate level and progress
rapidly. A program in Japanese Studies is being developed.

Essential criteria: a PhD or equivalent in an area of Japanese
linguistics or language education; native or near native speaker
competence in written and spoken Japanese and English; a record of
effective academic leadership; and excellent record of research and
publication; a strong record of attracting competitive research grant
funding; a record of excellent achievement in teaching, supervision,
and courseware development at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; a
record of achievement in administration in tertiary institution or
equivalent; a record of successful interaction with the local Japanese
community, and diplomatic and government/business authorities in
Australia, Japan and other countries; experience in implementing
equity and diversity policies and programs.

Desirable criteria: experience in administering a large and diverse
program; some familiarity with Korean.

The salary range for Associate Professor is A$76,956 to A$84,780 per
year depending on qualifications and experience.

Suitably qualified women and people from EEO groups are encouraged to
apply. The University reserves the right to fill the position by
invitation or not to fill the position.

The position is full-time (continuing).

Members of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition
of employment for this position.

Enquiries regarding the position may be directed to Neil Harpley,
Acting Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, on telephone: (02)
9385 2339; or email: n.harpleyunsw.edu.au or Associate Professor Olaf
Reinfardt, Head of School, on telephone (02) 9385 2326; or email:
o.reinhardtunsw.edu.au

An information package is available from Amanda Ayling, Recruitment
Officer, Human Resources Department, UNSW, Sydney 2052, on telephone
(02) 9385 3123; facsimile (02) 9662 2832; or email:
a.aylingunsw.edu.au

Visit UNSW's website at: http://www.unsw.edu.au/ and the department's
website at http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/languages/japan/japan.html

Applications close 3 October 2001.
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