LINGUIST List 12.2988

Thu Nov 29 2001

Jobs: Modified:Applied Ling/ESL: Assc Prof, Japan

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  1. Faculty Selection Committee, Modified Re: 12.2982: Applied Ling/ESL:Assc Prof, Univ of Aizu, Japan

Message 1: Modified Re: 12.2982: Applied Ling/ESL:Assc Prof, Univ of Aizu, Japan

Date: 28 Nov 2001 23:51:13 -0000
From: Faculty Selection Committee <>
Subject: Modified Re: 12.2982: Applied Ling/ESL:Assc Prof, Univ of Aizu, Japan

Rank of Job: Associate Professor
Areas Required: Applied Linguistics/TESOL
University or Organization: University of Aizu
Department: Center for Language Research
State or Province: Fukushima
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: January 19, 2002
Contact: Faculty Selection Committee

Address for Applications:
University of Aizu
Fukushima 965-8580

Tenure-Track Job Opening for Associate Professor
 Center for Language Research
 University of Aizu, Japan

Starting date: April 1, 2002

Qualifications: Ph.D. in TESL/TEFL/Applied Linguistics or a related
field; a native English speaker with at least three years' experience
in TESL/TEFL or a related field; ability to teach English courses in
academic English and academic/technical writing that are appropriate
for students majoring in computer science and computer engineering;
experience with computer-based language instruction.

Duties: Teaching 4-5 classes per semester (1 class is 90 minutes per
week); developing course materials; participating in group projects;
serving on committees; conducting research; and carrying out other
university-related responsibilities.

Salary: Based on the Fukushima Prefecture Salary Scale for Public

Benefits: Subsidized furnished housing; airfare and shipping; etc.

Please send cover letter; resume (education, publication list,
teaching experience); copies of three recently published papers; three
letters of recommendation; graduate school transcripts; and the

(1) a proposal for achieving effective results in English education
using computers; 
(2) evidence of effective results through your teaching experience; 
(3) examples of your education syllabuses and handouts; 
(4) evidence of your experience using computers; 
(5) description of your research interests.

All documents should arrive at the following address before
January 19, 2002:

 Faculty Selection Committee
 c/o Personnel Affairs Section
 University of Aizu
 Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima 965-8580, Japan

 Tel: +81-242-37-2538
 Fax: +81-242-37-2531
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