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Thu Oct 31 2002

Jobs: French, Semantics: AsstProf, Nova Scotia Canada

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Message 1: Jobs: French & Semantics: AsstProf, Dalhousie U, Nova Scotia, Canada

Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 22:12:31 +0000
From: rmopoho <rmopohodal.ca>
Subject: Jobs: French & Semantics: AsstProf, Dalhousie U, Nova Scotia, Canada

University or Organization: Dalhousie University
Department: French
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Semantics, Discourse analysis
Required Language(s): French (FRN)

Description:

The Department of French at Dalhousie University invites applications
for a full-time tenure-track appointment as Lecturer/Assistant
Professor (commencing July 1, 2003) in French Linguistics, with the
field of specialization open. This position is subject to budgetary
approval. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or Ph.D. in hand, preferably
strong research programme, teaching experience and background directly
related to teaching responsibilities. The selected candidate will be
expected to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The
nature of the courses to be taught requires the candidate to be a
native or near-native speaker of French. The salary will be
commensurate with qualifications and experience. The deadline for
applications is December 31, 2002. Applications, including a C.V.,
evidence of teaching competence, three letters of recommendation to be
forwarded directly by the referee to the Department, and any other
relevant material, should be sent to:

Dr. Raymond Mopoho
Chairperson
Department of French
Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS B3H 4P9

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University
is an Employment Equity/Affirmative Action employer. The University
encourages applications from qualified Aboriginal people, persons with
a disability, racially visible persons and women.


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Le d�partement de fran�ais � l'Universit� Dalhousie sollicite des
candidatures au rang de professeur adjoint pour un poste en
linguistique fran�aise. La date d'entr�e en fonction sera le 1er
juillet 2003. Le domaine de sp�cialisation est ouvert. Ce poste est
sujet � l'approbation budg�taire. Les qualifications requises sont :
un doctorat obtenu avant l'entr�e en fonction, un solide dossier de
recherche et une exp�rience p�dagogique directement li�e aux charges
�ventuelles d'enseignement. 

Le candidat retenu dispensera des cours aux niveaux du baccalaur�at,
de la ma�trise et du doctorat. La nature des cours � enseigner exige
que le candidat poss�de une ma�trise parfaite de la langue fran�aise.

Le salaire sera d�termin� en fonction des qualifications et de
l'exp�rience du candidat. Le d�lai de r�ception des candidatures est
fix� au 31 d�cembre 2002. Les demandes, qui comprendront entre autres
un C.V., des preuves de comp�tence en mati�re d'ens eignement, trois
lettres de recommandation transmises directement par les r�pondants,
ainsi que toute autre pi�ce jug�e pertinente, seront adress�es � :

M. Raymond Mopoho
Directeur
D�partement de fran�ais
Universit� Dalhousie
Halifax, N.�. B3H 4P9

Tous les candidats qualifi�s sont encourag�s � poser leur candidature;
toutefois, les citoyens canadiens et les immigrants re�us seront
consid�r�s en priorit�. L'universit� souscrit � la politique de
l'�quit� en mati�re d'emploi et encourage des candidatures de toutes
personnes qualifi�es, y compris les femmes, les minorit�s visibles,
les autochtones canadiens et les personnes handicap�es.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Raymond Mopoho
	French Department
	Dalhousie University
	Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P9
	Canada 
	Applications are due by 31-Dec-2002


Contact Information:
	Dr. Raymond Mopoho.
	Email: rmopohodal.ca
	Tel: 902 494 2018
	Fax: 902 494 1626
	Website: http://www.dal.ca/french
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