LINGUIST List 12.2286

Mon Sep 17 2001

Jobs: Applied Ling, French: Asst Prof, Canada

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  1. Alain Thomas, Applied Ling, Translation, Frech: Assistant Professor, Canada

Message 1: Applied Ling, Translation, Frech: Assistant Professor, Canada

Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 11:24:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: Alain Thomas <>
Subject: Applied Ling, Translation, Frech: Assistant Professor, Canada

Alain Thomas
U. of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

French Language, Applied Linguistics and French Translation

The D�partement d'�tudes francaises (School of Languages and
Literatures) of the University of Guelph invites applications for a
tenure-track position in French Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor
beginning January 1, 2002. Duties will include teaching of applied
linguistics, translation and stylistics, as well as French as a second
language, at the undergraduate level. PhD in French Studies or in French
linguistics, publications in the field of interest, native or near-native
fluency in both languages, and language-teaching experience in French are
required. Experience in multimedia and information technology will be
considered an asset. Salary will be commensurate with the candidate's
qualifications and experience. Applications consisting of a curriculum
vitae, three letters of recommendation and a selection of teaching
evaluations should be sent before October 31, 2001 to: Dr. Daniel
Chouinard, Director, School of Languages and Literatures, University of
Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1, Canada.

Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for
this position. This appointment is subject to final budgetary approval.

The University of Guelph is committed to an employment equity program
that includes special measures to achieve diversity among its faculty
and staff. We therefore particularly encourage applications from
qualified aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of
visible minorities and women.

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