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LINGUIST List 17.151

Tue Jan 17 2006

Jobs: Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, Concordia U

Editor for this issue: Vanessa Manion <vanessalinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Linda Knight, Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada

Message 1: Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada
Date: 16-Jan-2006
From: Linda Knight <adsalcor.concordia.ca>
Subject: Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada

University or Organization: Concordia University
Department: Education
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Research Methods, Language Testing


Concordia University's Department of Education invites applications for one
limited-term position in Teaching English as a Second Language
(TESL)/Applied Linguistics. The candidate should have experience in graduate and
undergraduate teaching in at least two of the following areas: research methods,
language testing and language acquisition. The Department is seeking a colleague
who can teach successfully in both undergraduate and graduate programs.
Applicants should have a completed Ph.D. and an excellent command of English. A
record of publications and conference presentations and functional knowledge of
French are assets. Exceptionally qualified applicants with an MA in TESL/Applied
Linguistics or a related field will also be considered.

This position is subject to budgetary approval and need, and is a full-time,
Limited-Term Appointment, beginning August 15, 2006 and ending May 31, 2007.
Limited-term appointments will normally be at the rank of Lecturer or Assistant
Professor. Successful candidates will normally be expected to teach three
courses per semester. Under the provisions of the CUFA collective agreement,
these positions may be renewed twice subject to continued need. Please forward
all applications and questions to the appropriate Department contact listed
below. Review of applications will begin as they are received and will continue
until the required position has been filled.

Applications should consist of a letter of intent, a curriculum vitae, copies of
recent publications, a statement of teaching interests, evidence of teaching
effectiveness, if available, and three letters of reference. All qualified
candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents
will be given priority. Concordia University is committed to employment equity.
Information about the Faculty of Arts and Science and about each department can
be found on the university's web site.

Address for Applications:

Professor Ellen Jacobs
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Ellen Jacobs
Email: jacobsvax2.concordia.ca
Phone: 514 848-2424 ext 2016
Website: http://artsandscience1.concordia.ca

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