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Thu Sep 09 2010
Jobs: Modified: Applied English Ling: Prof, Chinese U of Hong Kong
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Modified: Applied English Linguistics: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Message 1: Modified: Applied English Linguistics: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
From: Cherrie Cheung <personnel-1cuhk.edu.hk>
Subject: Modified: Applied English Linguistics: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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University or Organization: The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Department: Department of English
Job Location: Shatin, NT, Hong Kong
Web Address: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk
Job Rank: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
This is the second, modified posting of this announcement.
The original announcement can be viewed here:
Applications are invited for:
Department of English
Professors/Associate Professors/Assistant Professors (Applied English
(Ref. 0910/110(482)/2) (Closing date: October 25, 2010)
Applicants should (i) have a relevant PhD degree; (ii) have an excellent
teaching record at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including
supervision of postgraduate students; and (iii) be willing to contribute to
the collective responsibilities of the highly collegial Department. An
excellent record of ongoing research and publication in psycholinguistics,
or preferably in second language acquisition, will be a distinct advantage.
Applicants with research specialisms in other areas may also be considered.
Appointments will normally be made on contract basis for up to three years
initially commencing January 2011, which, subject to mutual agreement, may
lead to longer-term appointment or substantiation later. [Note: Those who
have responded to the previous advertisement for these posts (under the
same Ref. no.) are under consideration and need not re-apply on this occasion.]
Salary and Fringe Benefits
Salary will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and
experience. The University offers a comprehensive fringe benefit package,
including medical care, plus a contract-end gratuity for appointments of
two years or longer, and housing benefits for eligible appointees. Further
information about the University and the general terms of service for
appointments is available at the URL below. The terms mentioned herein are
for reference only and are subject to revision by the University.
Please send full resume, copies of academic credentials, a publication list
and/or abstracts of selected published papers together with names,
addresses and fax numbers/e-mail addresses of three referees to whom the
applicants' consent has been given for their providing references (unless
otherwise specified), to the address or fax number below by the closing date.
The Personal Information Collection Statement will be provided upon
request. Please quote the reference number and mark 'Application -
Confidential' on cover.
Application Deadline: 25-Oct-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email Address for Applications: personnel-1cuhk.edu.hk
Web Address for Applications: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/personnel
The Personnel Office
Fax: (852) 2696 1462
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