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LINGUIST List 18.1432

Fri May 11 2007

Jobs: App Ling & French: Lecturer, Monash University South Africa

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        1.    Patrick Durel, Applied Linguistics & French & French/African Francophone Studies: Lecturer, Monash University, Roodepoort, South Africa


Message 1: Applied Linguistics & French & French/African Francophone Studies: Lecturer, Monash University, Roodepoort, South Africa
Date: 09-May-2007
From: Patrick Durel <patrick.durelarts.monash.edu.au>
Subject: Applied Linguistics & French & French/African Francophone Studies: Lecturer, Monash University, Roodepoort, South Africa


University or Organization: Monash South Africa
Department: School of Arts
Web Address: http://www.monash.ac.za/

Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

Required Language(s): French (fra)

Description:

The School of Arts at Monash South Africa is seeking a Full-time
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in French Studies. Monash South Africa offers
undergraduate courses in French Studies at beginner and post-beginner
levels and expects to expand those offerings in both core French Studies
units involving language and culture acquisition and specialized
Francophone Studies units.

The School of Arts is part of the Monash University Faculty of Arts. There
is close liaison between Faculty staff on all the Monash University
campuses, with teaching, tutoring and assessment responsibilities well
co-ordinated between the campuses.

The School seeks to appoint one enthusiastic academic with the following
qualities:

At Lecturer level:
- Native or near-native competence in French
- MA or PhD in any field of French Studies
- An established or developing experience in curriculum development and
teaching at undergraduate level in French language and French and
Francophone culture acquisition and a proven ability to develop new
undergraduate units and components of units in that area.
- An established or developing specialist research and publication
interest in French Studies (preference will be given to candidates with an
interest in African Francophone Studies)
- An established or developing experience in scholarly lecturing and
tuition at post graduate level in French Studies in that area of research
and publication
- Administrative skills appropriate to the position

At Senior Lecturer level:
- Native or near-native competence in French.
- A minimum of a PhD or equivalent in any field of French Studies
(preference will be given to candidates with an interest in African
Francophone Studies)
- An established or developing experience in curriculum development and
teaching at undergraduate level in French language and French and
Francophone culture acquisition and a proven ability to develop new
undergraduate units and components of units in that area.
- An established and continuing specialist research and high quality
publication interest in French Studies (preference will be given to
candidates with an interest in African Francophone Studies)
- An established experience in scholarly lecturing and tuition at post
graduate level and proven ability to develop new post graduate units and
programmes in their chosen area of academic speciality
- A proven capacity to supervise higher research degrees.
- Academic and administrative leadership ability

All candidates are expected to have a broad scholarly knowledge of French
and Francophone Studies.

The date of commencement is the 1st July 2007. Interested persons are
invited to forward a detailed CV to the HR Manager, Mr Michael Seshoka at
the address listed below.

Monash South Africa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Application Deadline: 21-May-2007

Email Address for Applications: michael.seshokageneral.monash.edu

Contact Information:
Professor Iain Edwards, Head, School of Arts
Email: iain.edwardsarts.monash.edu
Phone: +27 11 950 4080


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