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Tue Jan 06 2009
Jobs: English & Chinese: Asst Prof, University of Southern Denmark
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English & Chinese: Asst Prof, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark
Message 1: English & Chinese: Asst Prof, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark
From: Laila Andersen <laasdu.dk>
Subject: English & Chinese: Asst Prof, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark
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University or Organization: University of Southern Denmark
Department: Faculty of Humanities
Job Location: Sonderborg, Denmark
Web Address: http://sdu.dk
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Modern Chinese language and culture
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Position No. 086606
A position of Assistant Professor in Modern Chinese Language and Culture
will be vacant from August 1, 2009 for a period of three years at the
Sønderborg campus of the University of Southern Denmark, Department of
Business Communication and Information Science. The successful applicant
will be affiliated with the newly founded programme in international
business and modern languages (Chinese) situated at the Sønderborg Campus.
The successful applicant will be fluent in Chinese, both spoken and written.
Applicants will have research experience in one or more of the following
- Chinese Language with a focus on business communication
- Intercultural communication with a focus on China and Chinese speaking
- Politics and history of China and Asia
- Chinese society and modern culture in China
Documented experience in teaching Chinese is required as is a strong
profile in one or more of the areas mentioned above.
Additional information about the position is available from the Head of the
Department of Business Communication and Information Science, Lotte
Weilgaard, phone +45 6550 1309, email lottesitkom.sdu.dk.
The successful applicant will be employed in accordance with the agreement
between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish confederation of
Applications will be assessed by an expert committee. When the evaluation
committee has submitted its report, the applicant will receive the part of
the evaluation that concerns him/her.
As part of the overall assessment of the applicant's qualifications, an
interview may be applied.
The University encourages all interested persons to apply, regardless of
age, gender, religious affiliation or ethnic background.
The application in 4 copies must include the following: 1) a curriculum
vitae demonstrating teaching experience, Certificates/Diplomas, 2) a list
of all publications indicating which publications are most relevant for the
position, 3) four copies of 5 relevant publications, 4) a list of all
enclosures. All enclosures must be numbered, signed and assembled in sets.
Please send the application, marked "Job ID 086606" and enclosures,
including publications on which the applicant wishes to rely - all in 4
copies, to the address provided below.
Application Deadline: 16-Feb-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Job ID 086606 Laila Andersen
University of Southern Denmark
Faculty of Humanities
Job ID 086606 Laila Andersen
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