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LINGUIST List 22.33

Tue Jan 04 2011

Jobs: General Ling: Assistant Prof, U of Guam, Guam

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        1.     Clarisa Quan , General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Guam, Guam

Message 1: General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Guam, Guam
Date: 21-Dec-2010
From: Clarisa Quan <risaquanyahoo.com>
Subject: General Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Guam, Guam
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University or Organization: University of Guam
Department: English and Applied Linguistics
Job Location: Mangilao, Guam
Web Address: http://www.uog.edu/CLASSEnglishandAppliedLinguistics.aspx
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


Description:

Character of Duties:
The Division of English & Applied Linguistics seeks a tenure-track Linguistics
Specialist to begin August 2011.

The ideal candidate will: 1) Contribute to and teach a variety of undergraduate
and graduate linguistics and applied linguistics courses as well as
developmental and freshman composition classes; 2) Assist in building our
Linguistics course offerings as needs are identified; 3) Assist with advances
in student-learning outcome assessment in the English and Applied
Linguistics Program; 5) Maintain a continuous record of scholarly/ creative
activity; and 6) Be willing to undergo training in order to teach a Distance
Education course.

The duties include: 1) Teaching 12 credit hours per semester (faculty may
apply for a one-course load reduction for research, instructional innovation, or
service); 2) Student advisement; and 3) Division, college, and university
service.

Qualifications:
Required: 1) Ph.D. in English, Linguistics, or a closely related field from an
institution with US regional accreditation or foreign equivalent by August
2011 (ABDs welcome to apply, granted the doctorate is attained by the time
employment begins); 2) A record of scholarly publications and activities in
the areas of interest and expertise; 3) Teaching experience at the university
level, with evidence of teaching ability/scholarship through student
evaluations.

Desired: Preference will be given to candidates with broad experiences in: 1)
English phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; 2)
Psycholinguistics; 3) Second language acquisition; 4) English
developmental and freshman composition; and 5) Language assessment.

Salary Level:
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience relevant to
this nine-month position.

Benefits:
Fringe benefits include subsidized hospitalization-and-medical plan, life
insurance, cafeteria (flexible tax-benefit) plan, and Government of Guam
retirement plan.

Application Process:
All applicants must submit: (1) A letter of application that describes the
candidate's qualifications; (2) Curriculum vitae; (3) Complete contact
information, including fax number and email address, for three professional
references; (4) Unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts; (5)
Evidence of excellence in teaching (e.g., student evaluation ratings;
pedagogical materials such as syllabi and rubrics, copies of peer-observation
reports; student testimonials; and a statement of teaching philosophy); (6)
three recommendation letters that address the applicant's teaching, research,
& collegiality, and (7) Writing sample (preferably published, maximum 30
pages) to the following email address: uog.englishlxsearchyahoo.com.

Short-listed candidates must submit: 1) Government of Guam application
form (available at UOG Human Resources Office link:
http://www.uoghro.com); and 2) Official undergraduate and graduate
transcripts.

All application materials should be sent to: Dr. Clarisa Garcia Quan, Chair,
English Search Committee, c/o Human Resources Office, UOG Station,
Mangilao, GU 96923. For further information, please email
risaquanyahoo.com.

Deadline:
Review of applications begins on January 17, 2011. Employment begins
August 16, 2011.

Application Deadline: 16-Jan-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Clarisa Garcia Quan
English Search Committee c/o Human Resources
UOG Station
Mangilao 96923
Guam
Web Address for Applications: http://www.uoghro.com/forms.php
Contact Information:
Clarisa Quan
Email: risaquanyahoo.com

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