LINGUIST List 13.959

Mon Apr 8 2002

Jobs: TESL/TEFL: AsstProf, Taipei Taiwan

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  1. Jennifer Li-hua Chang, TESL/TEFL: Assistant Prof, National Chengchi University, Taipei Taiwan

Message 1: TESL/TEFL: Assistant Prof, National Chengchi University, Taipei Taiwan

Date: 8 Apr 2002 06:44:07 -0000
From: Jennifer Li-hua Chang <jenchangnccu.edu.tw>
Subject: TESL/TEFL: Assistant Prof, National Chengchi University, Taipei Taiwan


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor and above
Areas Required: TESL/TEFL
Other Desired Areas: TESL/TEFL
University or Organization: National Chengchi University
Department: Department of English
State or Province: Taipei
Country: Taiwan
Final Date of Application: April 25, 2002
Contact: Jennifer Li-hua Chang jenchangnccu.edu.tw

Address for Applications:
Search Committee, Department of English, National Chengchi University
Taipei, Taiwan 116 R.O.C.
Taiwan

 Teaching Positions Available
 Department of English, National Chengchi University

 The Department of English at National Chengchi University in Taipei
Taiwan, R.O.C. invites applications for a teaching position to begin
on August 1, 2002. 


Qualifications:
1.Ph.D. in TESL/TEFL.
2.Able to teach both undergraduate, basic English courses and graduate
level courses.

Application Documents:
1.Curriculum vitae.
2.Copy of diploma and proof of previous academic employment.
3.Graduate transcripts.
4.Two letters of recommendation written within the last two years.
5.Dissertation and/or two recent publications (within two years). 
6.A sample course syllabus. 

Deadline: All application materials must be sent no later than April 25,
2002(post-marked).

Application should be sent to:
 				Search Committee
 				Department of English
 				National Chengchi University
 				Taipei, Taiwan 116
 				R.O.C.


For further information please contact us at 886-2-29387072, send an
e-mail to jenchangnccu.edu.tw, or visit our website at
http://www2.nccu.edu.tw/~english . 
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