LINGUIST List 15.2957
Tue Oct 19 2004
Jobs: English/Applied Ling:Teacher,National Kaohsiung U
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English/Applied Linguistics: Teacher, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaosiung, Taiwan
Message 1: English/Applied Linguistics: Teacher, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaosiung, Taiwan
From: Ino Huang <t2735nknucc.nknu.edu.tw>
Subject: English/Applied Linguistics: Teacher, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaosiung, Taiwan
University or Organization: National Kaohsiung Normal University
Department: Department of English
Job Rank: Teacher
Specialty Areas: Open Specialty
Required Language: English
Tenure-track teaching positions
Department of English at National Kaohsiung Normal University invites
applications for the following full-time positions available from February1, 2004.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in the following fields
1. British/American literature.
4. Translation/interpretation/or other related fields.
Application Materials Required:
1. Curriculum vitae with a brief plan for future research.
2. Copy of diploma.
3. Graduate transcripts.
4. Three recommendation letters.
a. A list of publications.
b. Dissertation and/or journal papers, conferences, books, and any
other academic writing within the last three years. (One copy for each)
All application materials should reach us no later than November 31, 2004. An
interview will be arranged for all qualified applicants in May, 2004. Moreover,
successful candidates will be required to conduct a teaching demonstration or an
academic speech for further evaluation.
For more information, please contact Ye-ling Chang.
Address for Applications:
Professor Ye-ling Chang
Chair, Department of English
National Kaohsiung Normal University
116 Ho-Ping 1st Rd.,
Kaohsiung 802, Taiwan, R.O.C
Application Deadline: 30-Nov-2004
Chair Ye-ling Chang
Phone: 886-7-717-2930 ext.2650
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