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Wed Jun 01 2011

Jobs: English Translation/TESOL: Full Prof, Hankuk U of Foreign Studies

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        1.     Mihyung Oh , English; Interpreting/Translation; TESOL/TESL: Full Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Soeul, South Korea

Message 1: English; Interpreting/Translation; TESOL/TESL: Full Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Soeul, South Korea
Date: 31-May-2011
From: Mihyung Oh <applyeitgmail.com>
Subject: English; Interpreting/Translation; TESOL/TESL: Full Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Soeul, South Korea
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University or Organization: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Department: Department of English Interpretation and Translation
Job Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Job Rank: Full Professor

Specialty Areas: Translation; Interpreting; TESOL/TESL

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Full-Time English Professorship at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in
Seoul, Korea

The Department of English Interpretation and Translation (EIT) at Hankuk
University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) is currently accepting applications
for a full-time professorship (work begins in late September 2011).

Basic qualifications are as follows:
- Native speaker in English;
- Master's degree or above (preferably in interpreting/translation,
TESOL/TESL); and
- 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; and
- 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; and
- 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 (applyeitgmail.com) no later
than June 7 (Thu), 2011 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 6 months)
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.
- 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: 07-Jun-2011

Email Address for Applications: applyeitgmail.com
Contact Information:
Mihyung Oh
Email: applyeitgmail.com


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