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LINGUIST List 22.1909

Mon May 02 2011

Jobs: Hebrew Language: Lecturer, University of Toronto

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        1.     Marilyn Colaco , Hebrew Language: Lecturer, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Message 1: Hebrew Language: Lecturer, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date: 02-May-2011
From: Marilyn Colaco <religion.undergradutoronto.ca>
Subject: Hebrew Language: Lecturer, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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University or Organization: University of Toronto
Department: Department for the Study of Religion
Job Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Web Address: http://www.religion.utoronto.ca/
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

Required Language(s): Hebrew (heb)

Description:

The Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto
invites applications for a limited term position in the field of Hebrew
Language. The position will be at the rank of Lecturer, beginning July 1,
2011 and ending June 30, 2012. Contingent upon a successful performance
review, the position will be extended for a further year, from July 1, 2012
and ending June 30, 2013.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in teaching
Modern Hebrew Language as well as experience in academic programming. She
or he will teach the equivalent of three full year courses in Modern
Hebrew, at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The successful
candidate must have a PhD in hand at the time of appointment. Salary to be
commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online at the application URL
below, citing job number 1100408.

Applicants should submit one or two pdf files of no more than 2mb each,
that includes a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, a teaching
statement, and sample syllabi related to the teaching of Modern Hebrew.
Applicants should also arrange for at least three confidential letters of
recommendation to be sent directly to the address below. Reference letters
can also be sent as pdf files to the application email address below.

For more information about the Department for the Study of Religion, please
visit our home page.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its
community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group
members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of
sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further
diversification of ideas.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
permanent residents will be given priority.

Application Deadline: 31-May-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor J.S. Kloppenborg, Professor and Chair
Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto
Jackman Humanities Building, Third Floor
170 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M8
Canada
Email Address for Applications: religion.undergradutoronto.ca
Web Address for Applications: http://www.jobs.utoronto.ca/faculty.htm
Contact Information:
Ms. Marilyn Colaco
Email: religion.undergradutoronto.ca

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