LINGUIST List 21.4813|
Tue Nov 30 2010
Jobs: French; Spanish; Translation: Part-time Faculty, New York U
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French; Spanish; Translation: Part-time Faculty, New York University, NY, USA
Message 1: French; Spanish; Translation: Part-time Faculty, New York University, NY, USA
From: Human Resources <scps.hrnyu.edu>
Subject: French; Spanish; Translation: Part-time Faculty, New York University, NY, USA
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University or Organization: New York University
Department: School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Job Location: New York, USA
Web Address: http://www.scps.nyu.edu
Job Rank: Part-time Faculty
Specialty Areas: Translation
Required Language(s): French (fra)
Online Master of Science in Translation
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
New York University
We are seeking linguists to teach in a new online Master of Science program
in Translation which begins fall 2011. As globalization continues to impact
business and international relations, translation plays an increasingly
important role in cultural and economic exchanges. This NYU curriculum has
been designed to meet the need for translators for global business
transactions and law. Areas of specialization include legal and/or
financial translation. The program focuses on translation from French or
Spanish into English.
Part-time faculty members are needed to teach courses in theory of
translation, pragmatics and discourse analysis. The M.S. in Translation
curriculum emphasizes advanced linguistic competence, a solid theoretical
foundation, a thorough comprehension of legal and financial subject matter,
as well as excellent writing skills, speed, and accuracy, and is conceived
to produce graduates with a strong foundation and demonstrable professional
competencies for this growing field. Qualifications for teaching in the
program include a Ph.D. in the relevant field of linguistics and university
level teaching experience.
The New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies is
one of NYU's fifteen constituent schools and colleges. With its own faculty
and specialized undergraduate and graduate programs for both full-time and
part-time students, NYU-SCPS is among the University's five largest Schools
as measured by matriculated students, and is also a worldwide leader in
continuing professional education.
Please send cover letter, C.V., record of research and three letters of
reference via email to the email address below (please indicate Box 3-11F
in the "subject" line); or mail to the address below. Applications and
nominations will be accepted until the position is filled. NYU appreciates
all applications, but can only respond to qualified candidates.
NYU encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Human Resources Office
25 West Fourth Street
Room 202, Box 3-11F
New York, NY 10012-1119
Email Address for Applications: scps.hrnyu.edu
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