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LINGUIST List 16.2279

Thu Jul 28 2005

Jobs: TESOL: Professor, Kyungpook National U

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        1.    Incheol Choi, TESOL: Professor (1-year, renewable), Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea


Message 1: TESOL: Professor (1-year, renewable), Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea
Date: 26-Jul-2005
From: Incheol Choi <incheolmail.knu.ac.kr>
Subject: TESOL: Professor (1-year, renewable), Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea


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University or Organization: Kyungpook National University
Department: English Education
Job Rank: one year-renewable contract professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; TESOL/English Education
Required Language(s): English (ENG)


Description:

Institution: Kyungpook National University, Teachers' College
Location: South Korea, Daegu
Salary: 54,000 to 57,000 USD

The Department of English Education in Kyungpook National University
invites applications for one year contract professor position in
TESL/TESOL, to begin September 1, 2005. This is a one-year, renewable
contract. Applicants should hold a PhD degree, and must be committed to the
teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students and the
development of a strong research program.

Responsibilities:
Teach at least three courses (total 9 hours) each
semester in undergraduate and/or graduate courses. Keep office hours.
Advise students on academic and pre-professional development. Supervise MA
students and PhD candidates. Maintain a productive scholarly and
professional life. Provide support for teachers and students in local
school settings. Participate in service to the college. Carry out research.
Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Native English-speaker. Doctorate in ELT/TESOL. Publications in
internationally recognized journals. Preferred background includes
expertise in teacher/program development, commitment to educational
excellence, multicultural experience and knowledge of the Korean
educational situation.

Benefits:
At least 5 weeks vacation per year, plus national holidays. National Health
Insurance and Pension payments are deducted from the monthly salary.
Faculty members can apply for research grants with KNU and with the Korea
Research Foundation (KRF). Travel grants are available for presentations at
international and domestic conferences (one of each per year).


Send your Resume/Vita to: incheolmail.knu.ac.kr

Address for Applications:

Professor Incheol Choi
Sankyuk-dong, Puk-ku,
Kyungpook National University, Dept. of English Education
Daegu 702-701
Korea, Republic of

Application Deadline: 02-Aug-2005

Contact Information:

Professor Incheol Choi
Email: incheolmail.knu.ac.kr
Phone: 82-53-950-5831


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