LINGUIST List 4.119

Tue 23 Feb 1993

Jobs: Chinese, Japanese, Norwegian, Applied

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  1. , CHINESE & JAPANESE POSITIONS
  2. Vicki Fromkin, (COPY) Norwegian Position
  3. Ian Thornton, Applied Linguistics

Message 1: CHINESE & JAPANESE POSITIONS

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1993 10:34:43 CHINESE & JAPANESE POSITIONS
From: <coadyouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu>
Subject: CHINESE & JAPANESE POSITIONS

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

 CHINESE LANGUAGE

POSITION: Instructor of Chinese (three-year appointment)
AVAILABLE: September 1, 1993
SALARY: Minimum $22,000 (plus benefits) for an academic year
 (Fall, Winter, and Spring)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. A native or near native competence in Chinese
2. Ph.D. preferred in Linguistics, Language Teaching Methodology,
 Education, or related fields
3. Experience teaching Chinese at a college/university
 in the United States preferred

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach 3 Chinese language courses each quarter.

 JAPANESE LANGUAGE

POSITION: Instructor of Japanese (1 or 2 Positions)
 (three year appointment)
AVAILABLE: September 1, 1993
SALARY: $21,000 (plus benefits) for an academic year
 (Fall, Winter, and Spring)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. A native or near native competence in Japanese.
2. Masters degree preferred in Linguistics, Language Teaching
 Methodology, Education, or related fields
3. Experience in teaching Japanese at a college/university
 in the United States preferred

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach 3 Japanese language courses each quarter.

Please send a resume and three letters of recommendation to:

Chair
Department of Linguistics
Gordy #103
Ohio University
Athens, Ohio 4570l-2979

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15, 1993

Ohio University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
 Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: (COPY) Norwegian Position

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 93 19:42 PST
From: Vicki Fromkin <IYO1VAFUCLAMVS.bitnet>
Subject: (COPY) Norwegian Position


As seen in the following advertisment, the Scandinavian Department
at Berkeley is looking to make a junior or senior appointment in
Norwegian. The appointment will be made jointly with another
Department. I am writing to ask that you bring this ad to the
attention of anyone who might wish to apply (presumably with the
possibility of a joint appointment with Linguistics).

Thanks very much!

Larry Hyman
Professor & Chair
Department of Linguistics
U.C. Berkeley

(PS Have them send me a copy of any correspondence. Thanks.)

Here's the ad:

The Department of Scandinavian announces a full-time tenure track
position in Norwegian to be filled in 1993-1994 (at the junior or
senior level). Ph.D. and native or near-native fluency required.
The appointment will be shared with an appropriate humanities or
social science department; interdisciplinary and/or comparative
orientation welcome. To apply, send full dossier, including curri-
culum vitae, letters of recommendation, and a writing sample and/or
representative publications by 1 April 1993 to Prof. Daniel F.
Melia, Chair, Department of Scandinavian, 1314 Dwinelle Hall,
University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720. The University of
California is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
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Message 3: Applied Linguistics

Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1993 09:27:39 Applied Linguistics
From: Ian Thornton <Ian.Thorntonlarc.su.edu.au>
Subject: Applied Linguistics


 APPLIED LINGUISTICS - SYDNEY UNIVERSITY

Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Applied Linguistics
Ref. A06/02
Department of Linguistics, University of Sydney

The appointee will be expected to participate in teaching and research in
the postgraduate program in applied linguistics with local and overseas
students. A PhD in applied linguistics/linguistics, with special interest in
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is highly desirable.
Expertise in second language acquistion and language testing is expected.
Experience in the following areas is desirable: language for specific
purposes; language teaching methodology; classroom research. Functional and
sociolinguistic approaches to language description are strong interests in
the department. Preference will be given to applicants with substantial
publications.

Position available for three years with the possibility of renewal for a
further three years subject to need and funding. Applicants who wish to be
considered for a senior lectureship only should indicate this in their
applications. Membership of a superannuation scheme is a condition of
employment for new appointees. Further information from Dr M Walsh,
Telephone (02) 692-4348; Fax: (02) 552 1683; E-mail: mjwucc.su.oz.AU;
OR, michael.walshlinguistics.su.AU

Salary: Senior Lecturer $50 225 - $57 913 p.a.
Lecturer $41 000 - $48 688 p.a.

Closing: 5 March 1993
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