LINGUIST List 16.2282|
Thu Jul 28 2005
Jobs: Tagalog/Vietnamese Langs: Lecturers, UC San Diego
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Tagalog/Vietnamese Languages: 2 Part-time Lecturers, University of California, San Diego, USA
Message 1: Tagalog/Vietnamese Languages: 2 Part-time Lecturers, University of California, San Diego, USA
From: Catherine Alioto <caliotoucsd.edu>
Subject: Tagalog/Vietnamese Languages: 2 Part-time Lecturers, University of California, San Diego, USA
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University or Organization: University of California, San Diego
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Tagalog & Vietnamese Languages
Part-Time Lecturer, Tagalog and Vietnamese
Position: The Department of Linguistics at the University of California,
San Diego (http://ling.ucsd.edu) invites applications for two part-time
lecturer positions in its Heritage Language Program: one in Heritage
Tagalog and the other in Heritage Vietnamese, at 33% to 67% time for the
full academic year beginning September 2005 ending June 30, 2006. Both
lectureships involve teaching classes on the linguistic analysis of the
languages in question for heritage speakers with good comprehension skills,
varying degrees of fluency and literacy, and significant non-native
features in their output at different levels of linguistics analysis.
These classes complement already existing sections focusing on
communicative and cultural competence.
Qualifications: The successful applicant will be a native speaker of
Tagalog or Vietnamese with (a) language teaching experience, preferably
with non-native students of the language, and (b) demonstrable training in
modern linguistics. The candidate must hold at least a B.A. (or
equivalent) degree. A degree in linguistics and prior experience
researching or instructing heritage language populations are also highly
desirable but not required. Ability to work together in coordination with
another instructor as a team is essential.
Application details: A letter of application and curriculum vitae should
be sent to the address below.
All candidates should arrange for two (2) referees to send letters of
reference under separate cover to the same address, and should include the
names and addresses of the referees (including e-mail addresses and fax
numbers) with the application. Review of applications will begin August
15, 2005 and will continue until positions are filled.
UCSD regulations: Salaries are in strict accordance with UC pay scales.
Non-citizens should state their immigration status. UCSD is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through
diversity. Applicants are invited to preview campus diversity resources
and programs at the campus website for Diversity http://diversity.ucsd.edu.
Address for Applications:
Assistant to the Chair Catherine Alioto
Recruitment Committee, Department of Linguistics
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive, DEPT 0108
La Jolla, CA 92093-0108
United States of America
Application Deadline: 31-Aug-2005
Assistant to the Chair, Catherine Alioto
Phone: 858 534-3601
Fax: 858 534-4789
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