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Thu Mar 14 2002

Jobs: Japanese Studies: AsstProf, WV USA

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  1. Dr.Susan Bakaitis, Japanese Studies: AsstProf, Salem International Univ, WV USA

Message 1: Japanese Studies: AsstProf, Salem International Univ, WV USA

Date: 14 Mar 2002 16:21:49 -0000
From: Dr.Susan Bakaitis <bakaitissalemiu.edu>
Subject: Japanese Studies: AsstProf, Salem International Univ, WV USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: native (near) fluency in Japanese
Other Desired Areas: Ph.D. preferred
University or Organization: Salem International University
Department: Japanese Studies
State or Province: West Virginia
Country: U.S.A.
Final Date of Application: Until position is filled
Contact: Dr. Susan Bakaitis bakaitissalemiu.edu

Address for Applications:
P.O. Box 500
Salem 
WV 26426
USA


Salem International University
Assistant Professor of Japanese Studies

The Department of Japanese Studies at Salem International University
invites applications for an Assistant Professor position. The
successful candidate will be responsible for teaching 7 modules (28
credit hours) and doing research for 1 module (1 month) per year.
Applicants must have a Masters degree (Ph.D. preferred) in the
appropriate areas of Japanese Studies or related field and must have
native fluency in Japanese. A background in linguistics would be
beneficial. The candidate will be teaching undergraduate Japanese
language courses for English speaking students and courses in his/her
specialization (culture, history, politics, linguistics, research
methodology). The successful candidate will begin employment in late
August. Salem International University is a private institution with
approximately 500 students (1/3 international). Please send a letter
of application, vita, graduate transcripts, and three names of
references to: Salem International University, Personnel Services,
P.O. Box 500, Salem, WV 26426 or email bakaitissalemiu.edu. 
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