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Message 1: English Teaching Position in Japan

Date: Tue, 28 Dec 1993 16:55:57 English Teaching Position in Japan
From: <positionmikan.cc.matsuyama-u.ac.jp>
Subject: English Teaching Position in Japan


 Please post the following announcement.

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Position Available

 Matsuyama University
College of Business Administration
 December 16, 1993

 Matsuyama University invites applications for a position in
the College of Business Administration. Potential applicants
should review the details of the appointment listed below.

1. Starting date of employment: April 1, 1994

2. Position: Lecturer (Koushi), Assistant Professor (Jokyouju),
 or Full professor (Kyouju)

3. Number of openings: 1

4. Specialization: English (ESL, EFL) or related field

5. Teaching responsibilities: English

6. Qualifications:
 (1) An M.A. and at least 1 year's experience teaching at
 the university level
 or
 (2) An M.A. and at least 1 year in a Ph.D. program

 Note: Native speakers of English must have a working
 knowledge of Japanese sufficient to carry out the normal
 duties of a Japanese faculty member (including writing
 ability).

7. Documents required for submission:
 (1) Resume
 (2) Copy of diploma showing highest degree held
 (3) Transcripts from the last school attended
 (4) List of publications and academic achievements
 (5) Publications (copies of published books, papers and
 M.A./Ph.D. thesis)
 (6) Letter of recommendation (from M.A./Ph.D. chair or
 supervisor)
 (7) Health certificate

8. Deadline for application and submission of documents:

 February 28,1994 (Materials must ARRIVE by this date.)

9. Application address:

 Professor Mitsunori Harada,
 Dean, College of Business Administration
 Matsuyama University
 4-2 Bunkyo-chou
 Matsuyama, Ehime 790 JAPAN

 Telephone: (voice) (0899) 25-7111
 (fax) (0899) 23-8920

 (Please note the following in red on the envelope containing
 the completed application materials: "Eigo Kyouin Oubo
 Shorui.")

10. Notification of selection results: The selection process is
 scheduled to be completed by March 20, 1994, and
 notification will follow.

11. Salary and personal research budget: As set by the
 Rules and Regulations of Matsuyama University
 (Salary determined by factors such as age and experience.)

Note: Please include instructions if you need any of the submitted
 materials (e.g., thesis) to be returned.

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Message 2: Position in Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Date: Tue, 28 Dec 1993 16:25:16 Position in Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland
From: <jblackkean.ucs.mun.ca>
Subject: Position in Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland


 Department of Linguistics
 Memorial University of Newfoundland

The Linguistics Department, Memorial University of
Newfoundland, is seeking to make a tenure-track appointment in
theoretical linguistics at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor,
effective 1 September 1994, subject to budgetary approval.
Qualifications: Ph.D., a strong record of research publications and a
demonstrated record of effective teaching. The department is
particularly interested in applications from candidates with research
interests and accomplishments in phonology or syntax. Deadline for
receipt of applications: 1 March 1994. In accordance with Canadian
immigration regulations, this advertisement is directed to Canadian
citizens and permanent residents. A letter of application,
curriculum vitae, supporting documents, and letters from three
referees should be sent to Dr. J. Black, Head, Department of
Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, ST. JOHN'S,
NF, A1B 3X9, Canada. Memorial University is committed to
employment equity for women, Native people and the disabled.

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