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LINGUIST List 17.2351

Fri Aug 18 2006

Jobs: English Language Teaching: Lecturer, National U of Singapore

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        1.    Xudong Deng, English & English Language Teaching: Lecturer, National University of Singapore, Singapore


Message 1: English & English Language Teaching: Lecturer, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Date: 18-Aug-2006
From: Xudong Deng <elcdxdnus.edu.sg>
Subject: English & English Language Teaching: Lecturer, National University of Singapore, Singapore


University or Organization: National University of Singapore
Department: Centre for English Language Communication
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: EFL/ESL Teaching
Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Lecturer (Three Full-Time Positions)

Applications are invited for appointment to Lectureships in the Centre for
English Language Communication, National University of Singapore.
Candidates must have at least a Master's degree in Applied Linguistics,
TEFL/TESL, Technical Writing, English Communication Skills, Reading,
Rhetoric and Composition, Computer-aided Language Learning or any other
related field. Ideal candidates would have 1) at least three years of
relevant teaching experience, especially at the tertiary level or with
adult learners, 2) research interests in teaching-related areas, and 3) a
record of publications and/or conference presentations in pedagogical research.

The Centre runs a range of courses in the various faculties of the
University (for more information about the Centre, please go to its
website: http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/). Our main contribution is to improve
students' language and communication skills as well as support the language
and academic needs of the University's expanding international student,
teaching and research communities. Our courses cover such areas as English
Proficiency, English for Academic Purposes, English for Special Purposes,
Business Communication, Technical Communication, Critical Thinking and
Writing, and Graduate English. We also run courses and special programmes
for the University's corporate and administrative staff. Successful
candidates may be assigned to any of these courses and are expected to do
teaching-related research and publish.

The commencing salary is competitive and will depend on the candidate's
qualifications, experience and the level of appointment offered. A
successful candidate will be required to commence work in December 2006.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Please mail, fax or e-mail your resume, by 30 September 2006, to:

Ms Regina So
Administrative Manager
Centre for English Language Communication
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Singapore 119260

Fax: 65-6777-9152
E-mail: celcrecruitnus.edu.sg
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