LINGUIST List 13.909

Tue Apr 2 2002

Jobs: Applied Ling, ESL: UCLA, Los Angeles CA USA

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  1. Russell Campbell, Applied Ling, specialization in ESL: U/California, Los Angeles, CA USA

Message 1: Applied Ling, specialization in ESL: U/California, Los Angeles, CA USA

Date: 1 Apr 2002 20:41:45 -0000
From: Russell Campbell <>
Subject: Applied Ling, specialization in ESL: U/California, Los Angeles, CA USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Applied Linguists with sprecialization in English as a
Second Language
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of California, Los Angeles
Department: Language Resource Program
State or Province: CA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 15, 2002
Contact: Russell Campbell

Address for Applications:
236B Kinsey Hall
Los Angeles
CA 90095-1411


March 19, 2002

The UCLA Language Resource Program announces expected* openings for
two Applied Linguists with specialization in language education
(especially English as a Foreign Language) to teach graduate courses
in the English Department of the American University of Armenia in
Yerevan, Armenia. 

Prerequisites: Ph. D. degree specializing in language education:
Qualified to teach graduate courses in two or more of the following:
second language acquisition, socio-linguistics, language testing,
advanced English structures, technological aids to language
teaching/assessment, research design, language for specific purposes,
curriculum design, as well as advanced courses in English for academic

The expected* positions would begin in early September, 2002.

Compensation includes a base salary of US$38,000 to US$40,000 per year
plus housing in Yerevan, international travel associated with the
position (one r/t ticket p/year), and SOS International Health

E-mail letters-of-interest or inquiry regarding these expected*
positions should be sent to:
Russell N. Campbell
Language Resource Program

Formal application for these positions will require a current CV,
three letters of reference from former employers, professors or
colleagues, and a certification of good health. 

*Final authorization and funding for these positions are expected in
mid-April, 2002
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