LINGUIST List 20.1982|
Tue May 26 2009
Jobs: German, Standard; English & Second Language Teaching: Assoc Prof
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German, Standard; English & Second Language Teaching, Applied Linguistics: Assoc Prof, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Message 1: German, Standard; English & Second Language Teaching, Applied Linguistics: Assoc Prof, University of Geneva, Switzerland
From: Eric Haeberli <eric.haeberliunige.ch>
Subject: German, Standard; English & Second Language Teaching, Applied Linguistics: Assoc Prof, University of Geneva, Switzerland
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University or Organization: University of Geneva
Department: Institut de Formation des Enseignants
Job Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Web Address: http://www.unige.ch/forensec/index.html
Job Rank: Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Second Language Teaching
Required Language(s): English (eng)
German, Standard (deu)
The newly created teacher training institute at the University of Geneva
invites applications for an associate professorship in second language
teaching with a specialisation in the teaching of English or German as a
Applicants should have a PhD and a strong research and teaching record in
the field of second language teaching and its history. The successful
candidate will contribute to the teaching in the teacher training institute
and in the relevant language department in the Faculty of Letters (6 hours
per week). Some of the teaching will be in French.
Starting date: 1 February 2010 or to be negotiated.
Candidates are asked to send 12 copies of a letter of motivation, their
curriculum vitae with a list of publications and the highest diploma
obtained to the address given below.
Application deadline: 23 June 2009.
Further details can be found at :
Please see job contact information below.
Application Deadline: 23-Jun-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Secrétariat du Décanat de la Faculté des Lettres
Rue de Candolle 5
Genève 4 1211
Mme Froidevaux Beniston
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