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Jobs: Applied Ling: Specially-Appointed Assoc Prof, Hokkaido University
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Applied Linguistics: Specially-Appointed Non-Tenured Associate Professor, Hokkaido University, Japan
Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Specially-Appointed Non-Tenured Associate Professor, Hokkaido University, Japan
From: Paul Stapleton <paulstapletongmail.com>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Specially-Appointed Non-Tenured Associate Professor, Hokkaido University, Japan
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University or Organization: Hokkaido University
Department: International Media and Communication
Job Location: Sapporo, Japan
Web Address: http://www.hokudai.ac.jp/imcts/indexen.html
Job Rank: Specially-Appointed Non-Tenured Associate Prof
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
One full-time specially appointed, non-tenured associate professor at the
Research Faculty of International Media and Communication, Hokkaido University.
Teaching English as a foreign language to undergraduate students along with
other English language related subjects.
(i) native or native-equivalent English ability (any nationality)
(ii) holder of Master's degree (PhD holder strongly preferred)
(iii) specializing in applied linguistics, linguistics, communication or a
closely related discipline.
PhD holders will receive a four-year contract; Master's degree holders will
receive a three-year contract.
Roughly 6 million yen per year
(i) teaching two 15-week semesters
(ii) maximum of 18 classroom hours per week
(iii) developing materials and conducting research
(iv) entrance exam preparation and grading
Contract Commencement Date (Scheduled):
April 1 or May 1, 2008
To be sent by e-mail attachment
(i) cover letter
(ii) resume (including date of birth)
(iii) list of publications (please send electronic copies of the best two)
(iv) one letter of recommendation (to be sent directly from the referee)
February 5, 2008 (Japan Time: 5:00 PM)
Please write "TEFL Position" in the subject line of the email message.
Application Deadline: 05-Feb-2008
Professor Paul Stapleton
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