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LINGUIST List 19.891

Mon Mar 17 2008

Jobs: English & Language Acquisition: Professor, Hanyang University

Editor for this issue: Bethany Townsend <bethanylinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Spike Gildea, English & Language Acquisition: Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea


Message 1: English & Language Acquisition: Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
Date: 15-Mar-2008
From: Spike Gildea <spikeuoregon.edu>
Subject: English & Language Acquisition: Professor, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
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University or Organization: Hanyang University/University of Oregon
Department: Hanyang-Oregon Joint TESOL
Job Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Web Address: http://tesol.hanyang.ac.kr
Job Rank: Professor

Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Language Teaching

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Hanyang-Oregon TESOL Program, a leading TESOL Program in Korea, is looking
for a full-time faculty member, who will be a Full-time Foreign Professor
of Hanyang University and Adjunct Professor of the University of Oregon.
Requirements: Native speaker of English with a PhD degree in TESOL,
Linguistics, or a related field; ABD may apply, and if hired will be
expected to complete the thesis within one year. Must be able to teach at
least four of the following courses at a graduate level: English Grammar,
Second Language Acquisition, Second Language Research, English Phonetics
and Phonology, Introduction to Linguistics, and Language Teaching
Methodologies. Applicants should have at least 1-2 years of teaching
experience. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach Second
Language Research.

The teaching load is up to 15 hours per week, the starting salary is KRW
42,000,000/year (severance pay included), and benefits include a furnished
apartment near campus, 7 weeks annual vacation (plus Korean national
holidays), a round trip air ticket, and 50/50 cost sharing for health
insurance.

To apply, please email the following documents: cover letter, Curriculum
Vitae, scanned title page of passport, scanned copy of PhD Degree, and a
sample of a recent publication or other research paper. To complete your
application, we need also to receive two letters of recommendation, to be
sent directly by the referees.

Upon hire, the successful candidate will also need to supply evidence for
all advanced degrees held (for example, official transcripts), copies of
other teaching certificates (if applicable), an original letter from
previous employers confirming teaching experience, and two recent photos.

For more information, please visit our program website listed above.
Further questions should be addressed to either Ms. Kong or Professor Spike
Gildea, University of Oregon uoregon.edu>.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Email Address for Applications: tesolhanyang.ac.kr
Contact Information:
Minyoung Kong
Email: tesolhanyang.ac.kr




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