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Jobs: General Ling: TWO Lecturers, Simon Fraser U

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Message 1: General Linguistics: Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada

Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 20:42:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: gaw <gawsfu.ca>
Subject: General Linguistics: Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada



University or Organization: Simon Fraser University
Department: Linguistics
Rank of Job: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: TESL


Description:

TWO Positons:


Linguistics Department
Simon Fraser University
Position Announcement

Limited Term Lecturer 1

The Department of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University is accepting
applications for a Limited Term Lecturer position to start September
1, 2004 and end August 31, 2005. The successful applicant will be
asked to teach a total of 8 courses in Teaching English as a Second
Language, including a practicum course, introductory phonetics and
general linguistics. Simon Fraser operates on a trimester system with
sessions in the Fall, Spring and Summer of 2004/2005. Candidates
should hold a Ph.D (or be near completion) in linguistics and be able
to demonstrate university level teaching ability. Candidates will be
expected to have an active research record.

The Departmental web site is 
http://www.sfu.ca/linguistics

This position is subject to final budget approval.

Closing date for receipt of applications is May 30, 2004.

Interested persons are invited to send a letter of application,
curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of at least three
referees to:

Dr. Paul McFetridge, Chair, Department of 
Linguistics,
Simon Fraser University,
8888 University Dr.,
Burnaby, B.C.,Canada. V5A 1S6.
Phone: (604) 291-3554
Fax: (604) 291-5659
e-mail: mcfetsfu.ca

Simon Fraser University is an equity employer and encourages
applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible
minorities, and First Nation peoples.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
and permanent residents will be given priority.




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Linguistics Department
Simon Fraser University
Position Announcement

Limited Term Lecturer II

The Department of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University is accepting
applications for a Limited Term Lecturer position to start September
1, 2004 and end August 31, 2005. The successful applicant will be
asked to teach a total of 8 courses in syntax, introductory phonetics
and general linguistics. Simon Fraser operates on a trimester system
with sessions in the Fall, Spring and Summer of 2004/2005. Candidates
should hold a Ph.D (or be near completion) in linguistics and be able
to demonstrate university level teaching ability. Candidates will be
expected to have an active research record.

The Departmental web site is http://www.sfu.ca/linguistics

This position is subject to final budget approval.

Closing date for receipt of applications is May 30, 2004.

Interested persons are invited to send a letter of application,
curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of at least three
referees to:

Dr. Paul McFetridge, Chair, Department of 
Linguistics,
Simon Fraser University,
8888 University Dr.,
Burnaby, B.C., Canada. V5A 1S6.
Phone: (604) 291-3554
Fax: (604) 291-5659
e-mail: mcfetsfu.ca

Simon Fraser University is an equity employer and encourages
applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible
minorities, and First Nation peoples.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
and permanent residents will be given priority.
	
	
	
Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Paul McFetridge
	Chair, Department of Linguistics, 
	Simon Fraser University,
	8888 University Drive
	Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
	Canada 	

	Applications are due by 30-May-2004 

Contact Information:
	Dr. Paul McFetridge
	Email: mcfetsfu.ca
	Tel: 604-2913554
	Fax: 604-291-5659
	Website: http://www.sfu.ca/linguistics

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