LINGUIST List 14.1858

Thu Jul 3 2003

Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof, Arab American U

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  1. zsaleh, Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Arab American University, West Bank, Israel

Message 1: Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Arab American University, West Bank, Israel

Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2003 10:11:40 +0000
From: zsaleh <>
Subject: Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Arab American University, West Bank, Israel

University or Organization: Arab American University
Department: English
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics


Employer: Arab American University
Unit: English Department
Job Title: Assistant professor
Tenure Status: non-tenure-track
Due Date: 8/1/2003

The Institution: The new Arab American University (AAUJ)promises
distinguished education with American Academic Standards to serve
students from Palestine and neighboring countries. AAUJ is located in
the quiet northern part of the West Bank. (

The Department: 
The new department of English with tracks in(EFL) and Translation is
seeking qualified individuals with a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics for
an Assistant Professor position.

The successful candidate will advise on curriculum development and
teach 9 - 12 credit hours for freshman level courses of Academic
Reading, Academic and Creative Writing, Listening and speaking for
selected high school students to prepare them for higher
education,teaching and various careers in translation.

The Offer: 
The offer includes free housing, a roundtrip airline ticket,and tax
exempt status. The salary is determined according to credentials but
is competitive compared with local expenses.

Interested individuals, please send CV via e-mail to 

 Dr. Zaki M. Saleh, Dean
 Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dean Zaki Saleh
	Arab Amercan University
	P.O.Box 240
	Zebabdeh, West Bank 240
	Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Secretary Shatha Al-Ahmad
	Tel: 972-4-251-0801, 156
	Fax: 972-4-251-0810
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