LINGUIST List 12.3007

Mon Dec 3 2001

Jobs: Modified:School of Ling:Director, Canada

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Message 1: Modified Re: 12.2649: School of Ling:Director, Ontario Canada

Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 15:14:27 -0500
From: Robert Stainton <staintonccs.carleton.ca>
Subject: Modified Re: 12.2649: School of Ling:Director, Ontario Canada

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CARLETON UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF LINGUISTICS AND APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES: DIRECTOR

REVISED DEADLINE.
INTERNATIONAL SEARCH.

Carleton University invites applications for the position of Director,
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, effective July 1,
2002, or earlier. Applicants must have a Ph.D., an excellent academic
record in Applied Linguistics or Applied Language Studies, both in
teaching and research (preferably with a specialisation in second
language teaching, second language acquisition or language testing)
and demonstrated administrative abilities. The appointment will be
made at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor for an initial
five-year term.

The School of Linguistics and Applied language Studies is responsible
for the University's graduate programs in Applied Language Studies and
undergraduate programs in linguistics and applied language studies,
credit courses in all languages offered by the University other than
French, credit and intensive programs in English as a second language,
the Canadian Academic English Language Assessment and other language
testing programs, the Writing Tutorial Service and several other
operations. The School has active linkages with a number of
institutions abroad, and is currently involved in TEFL teacher
training programs and materials development programs with institutions
in Cuba, Greenland, Indonesia and Iran. In addition, the School
welcomes a number of visiting scholars every year who come to take
advantage of the research opportunities available in the School. For
more information on the School, visit: http://www.carleton.ca/slals.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The applications of
Canadian and permanent residents will be given priority. Carleton
University is committed to equality of employment for women,
aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and persons with
disabilities. Persons from these groups are encouraged to apply.

The position is subject to budgetary approval. Letters of application
or nomination, including the names of three referees and a current
curriculum vitae, should be addressed to:

 Dr. Aviva Freedman, Dean
 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
 Carleton University
 Ottawa, Ontario
 Canada K1S 5B6

Applications will be reviewed as received, but not after March 1, 2002.

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