LINGUIST List 13.823

Tue Mar 26 2002

Jobs: TESL/TEFL, Applied Ling: AsstProf U/Aizu Japan

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  1. Faculty Selection Committee, TESL/TEFL, Applied Ling: AsstProf, University of Aizu, Fukushima Japan

Message 1: TESL/TEFL, Applied Ling: AsstProf, University of Aizu, Fukushima Japan

Date: 26 Mar 2002 03:19:33 -0000
From: Faculty Selection Committee <>
Subject: TESL/TEFL, Applied Ling: AsstProf, University of Aizu, Fukushima Japan

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: TESL/TEFL, Applied Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Technical Communication
University or Organization: University of Aizu
Department: Center for Language Research
State or Province: Fukushima
Country: Japan
Final Date of Application: October 1, 2002 
Contact: Faculty Selection Committee

Address for Applications:
Tsuruga, Ikkimachi
Fukushima 965-8580

Tenure-Track Job Opening for Assistant Professor (Koushi) in the
Center for Language Research, University of Aizu, Japan

Starting date: October 1, 2002 


1) Ph.D. in TESL/TEFL, Applied Linguistics, or Technical Communication
2) native or near-native English speaking ability
3) at least three years of university teaching experience
4) ability to teach English courses in academic/technical discourse
 appropriate for students majoring in computer science/engineering
5) experience with computer-assisted language instruction


1) teaching 4-5 classes per semester (1 class is 90 minutes per week)
2) developing course materials
3) participating in group projects
4) serving on committees
5) conducting research 
6) carrying out other university-related responsibilities

Salary: Based on the Fukushima Prefecture Salary Scale for
Prefectural Employees / Public Officials. 


1) subsidized housing
2) one-way transportation and shipping
3) large, well-equipped private office
4) annual research budget
5) conference travel expenses

Submission Package:

Send cover letter; resume (education, publication list, teaching
experience); copies of three recently published papers; three letters
of recommendation; graduate school transcripts; and statements on the
following: 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 course syllabi and
handouts; 4) description of your experience using computers; 5)
description of your research interests.

All documents should arrive at the following address by June 21:

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

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