LINGUIST List 13.1497

Thu May 23 2002

Jobs: English Studies: Instructors, Bangkok Thailand

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  1. Songthama Intachakra, British & American studies: Instructors, Thammasat U, Bangkok Thailand

Message 1: British & American studies: Instructors, Thammasat U, Bangkok Thailand

Date: 23 May 2002 12:00:08 -0000
From: Songthama Intachakra <>
Subject: British & American studies: Instructors, Thammasat U, Bangkok Thailand

Rank of Job: Instructors
Areas Required: British and American studies
Other Desired Areas: Education
University or Organization: Thammasat University
Department: BAS Programme
State or Province: Bangkok
Country: Thailand
Final Date of Application: 25 June 2002
Contact: Songthama Intachakra

Address for Applications:
Prachan Road

The British and American Studies (BAS), an international bachelor's
degree programme of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University,
Bangkok, invites applications from highly-qualified candidates for
four full-time faculty positions in at least one of the following
areas of specialsation:

* Education (e.g. language teaching, ESL/EFL, applied linguistics)
* British or American studies in the fields of literature, history,
arts, media studies, economics or political science.

Applicants must be native speakers of English and are anticipated to
have an excellent academic record, preferably with teaching
experience, from accredited institutions. Compensation base
(all-inclusive) is classified into: 30,000 baht per month for BA
holders, 35,000 baht per month for MA holders and 40,000 per month for
PhD holders. For BA holders, additional certificates or diplomas
attract higher salaries. The contract is renewable on a yearly basis.

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, together
with full details of publications (if any), teaching/administrative
position, copies of transcripts as well as certificates/diplomas and
three letters of recommendation. Only short-listed candidates will be
notified, soon after which interview sessions will be arranged (in
case of overseas applications, conference calls are also
possible). Two successful candidates are expected to start teaching
from 5 August 2002 and the other two from 6 January 2003. Initial
enquiries should be sent to

The application package should arrive our Programme by 25 June 2002.

Postal address:	Assoc. Prof. Boonruang Chunsuvimol
		British and American Studies Programme
		Faculty of Liberal Arts
		Thammasat University
		Prachan road

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