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Fri Jun 04 2010

Jobs: Writing; Public Speaking: Professor, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies

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        1.    Mi Hyung Oh, Debate; Presentation; Writing; Public Speaking: Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea

Message 1: Debate; Presentation; Writing; Public Speaking: Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea
Date: 04-Jun-2010
From: Mi Hyung Oh <applyeithufsgmail.com>
Subject: Debate; Presentation; Writing; Public Speaking: Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea
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University or Organization: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Department: English Interpreting and Translation
Job Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Web Address: http://www.hufs.ac.kr/
Job Rank: Professor

Specialty Areas: Translation; Debate; Presentation; Writing; Public Speaking

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

The Department of English Interpretation and Translation (EIT) at Hankuk
University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) in Seoul, Korea is currently accepting
applications for a full-time professorship (work begins in late August 2010).

Basic qualifications are as follows:
- Native speaker in English
- Master's degree or above (preferably in interpreting/translation,
TESOL/TESL)
- Two years or more experience in teaching English at the
undergraduate/postgraduate level

Main job descriptions are to teach:
- Public speaking/presentations
- Advanced writing/rhetoric
- Advanced debate/interviews, etc.

Successful applicants will be offered a (renewable) one-year contract and
the benefits are:
- Shared office
- Housing
- One-way airfare
- National pension & health insurance
- Paid vacation (summer/winter)

Annual salary will vary according to your qualification, and
teaching/research experiences.

How to apply:
Please send an e-mail to Prof. Mi Hyung Oh at the email address below no
later than June 15, 2010 and make sure to attach the following documents
(scans/word files):

1. Cover letter (describe your teaching and research experiences)
2. Resume (with a photo taken in the last month)
3. Transcripts of your B.A. & M.A. degrees
4. Passport information page
5. Alien Registration Card (if residing in Korea)

Note:
- Only those showing the best combination of knowledge, experience, skills
and abilities will be invited via e-mail for an initial interview.
- The interview will be held somewhere between June 19 and June 26, 2010.
Applicants should be available on at least one of those days. When sending
the documents via e-mail, state the date(s) most suitable. (The Department
will try to accommodate such needs, but would not be able to reflect them all.)
- At the interview, candidates will be asked to bring the original copies
of the above-mentioned documents as well as other relevant documents as
deemed necessary.

Application Deadline: 15-Jun-2010

Email Address for Applications: applyeithufsgmail.com
Contact Information:
Mi Hyung Oh
Email: applyeithufsgmail.com

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