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LINGUIST List 17.2865

Tue Oct 03 2006

Jobs: Specialization Open: Chair, University of Utah

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        1.    Jane Hacking, Specialization Open: Chair, University of Utah, UT, USA


Message 1: Specialization Open: Chair, University of Utah, UT, USA
Date: 03-Oct-2006
From: Jane Hacking <j.hackingutah.edu>
Subject: Specialization Open: Chair, University of Utah, UT, USA


University or Organization: University of Utah
Department: Department of Languages and Literature
Web Address: http://hum.utah.edu/languages/
Job Rank: Chair of Department
Specialty Areas: Specialization Open

Description:

The University of Utah invites applications for the position of Chair of
the Department of Languages and Literature. Area of specialization is open.
We seek an enterprising administrator and scholar who will guide the
Department to develop initiatives and grow in intercultural and
interdisciplinary directions. The successful candidate will have a
scholarly record commensurate with the rank of Associate or Full Professor
and will occupy a tenured faculty position in the department. She or he
should be able to articulate an academic vision for foreign languages in
the Humanities curriculum and a clear strategy for promoting department
initiatives. The Chair reports directly to the Dean of the College of
Humanities; fosters excellence in teaching and scholarly activities;
supervises the Department's budget, including development and outreach; and
oversees the recruitment, mentoring, and tenure and promotion of faculty.
Salary and benefits are competitive. Starting date is July 1, 2007.

The Department of Languages and Literature offers the BA, MA/MALP, and PhD,
and has some 40 faculty members teaching across 19 languages and
specializing in literary history and analysis, cultural studies, critical
theory, comparative studies, and linguistics. The size and diversity of the
Department accommodate a wide range of interests and cooperative
opportunities. Faculty participate in degree-granting interdisciplinary
programs in Latin American, Asian, and Ethnic Studies, and in the Middle
East Center. The Department is housed within a thriving college, which has
allocated resources to the development of a new department vision under the
guidance of the incoming Chair. For more information about the Department
and College, please see: http://hum.utah.edu/languages/ and
http://www.hum.utah.edu/.

Interested candidates are invited to send letter of application (detailing
academic vision and management strategy), curriculum vitae, and a list of
confidential references.

The University of Utah, located in Salt Lake City, is the state's flagship
research one university. UU, which serves more than 28,000 students in 15
colleges, is fully committed to policies of nondiscrimination and equal
opportunity and vigorously pursues affirmative action in all programs,
activities, and employment with regard to race, color, national origin,
sex, age, and status as a person with a disability. Religion, sexual
orientation, and status as a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era also are
protected under nondiscrimination and equal opportunity employment policies.

UU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and particularly
encourages applications from women and minorities. The University provides
reasonable accommodations to the known disabilities of applicants and
employees.

Address for Applications:
Professor Jane Hacking, Chair
Search Committee
Department of Languages and Literature
255 S. Central Campus Dr., Rm. 1400
University of Utah
Salt Lake CIty, UT 84112
USA

Application Deadline: 10-Nov-2006

Contact Information:
Jane Hacking
Email: j.hackingutah.edu
Phone: 801-581-6688
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