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LINGUIST List 18.710

Wed Mar 07 2007

Jobs: Spanish & Translation/Localization: Asst Prof, Wake Forest U

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        1.     Hall, Spanish & Translation/Localization: Asst Prof, Wake Forest University, NC, USA


Message 1: Spanish & Translation/Localization: Asst Prof, Wake Forest University, NC, USA
Date: 06-Mar-2007
From: Hall <hallcawfu.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Translation/Localization: Asst Prof, Wake Forest University, NC, USA


University or Organization: Wake Forest University
Department: Romance Languages
Web Address: http://www.wfu.edu/romancelanguages/jobs.htm

Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Translation; Localization

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Description:

Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish begining August 2007. Two-year
appointment renewable. Five courses per year, including language courses.
Field(s) of specialization open, but must include translation studies,
localization and /or computational linguistics. Practical knowledge of
computer-assisted translation tools required. Experience in multimodal
translation highly desirable. Applicants must
have a firm commitment to undergraduate teaching and submit evidence of
same, including course evaluations, and a sample proposal and syllabus of
an advanced undergraduate course in translation/localization.

For complete description of job requirements and credentials go to:
http://www.wfu.edu/romancelanguages/jobs.htm and click on Job Openings.

Send letter of application, dossier and teaching materials by March 30,
2007 to Dr. Byron Wells, Chair.

AA/EO

Application Deadline: 30-Mar-2007

Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Byron Wells
P. O. Box 7566
323 Greene Hall
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
USA

Contact Information:
Dr. Ola Furmanek
Email: click here to access email
Phone: 336-758-3924
Fax: 336-758-4432


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