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  3. , "Jobs" for "Linguists" ?

Message 1: SOROS ESL JOBS in Eastern Europe

Date: Wed, 12 May 1993 10:13:11 SOROS ESL JOBS in Eastern Europe
From: <li_rbhlewis.umt.edu>
Subject: SOROS ESL JOBS in Eastern Europe


 The Soros Foundation announces the fourth year of its Professional
English Program, a program designed to place recently trained EFL/ESL teacherws
in Secondary schools and Teacher Training Colleges in 9 Eastern European
countries (Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Romania,
 Moldova,Lithuanian, Estonia, Poland, and the Ukraine).
 The program is designed to send MA level teachers in Applied Linguisticsor a
 related field who have proper English language teaching credentials for one
year (renewable) appointments. Salary is that of a head teacher (1.5 times a
regular teacher) plus a free flat, roundtrip airfare (plus excess baggage allow-
ance), western medical insurance, and $1000 a term in hard currency.
 For applications, write
 Kim Gildersleeve
 The Soros Foundation
 Suite 1901
 888 7th Avenue
 New York, New York 10106
 (212) 757-2323
 For fuller description of the program, write or call
 Professor Robert B. Hausmann
 The Linguistics Program
 The University of Montana
 Missoula, Mt 59812
 (406) 243-4751
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Message 2: Visiting Position at the University of Montana

Date: Wed, 12 May 1993 14:28:25 Visiting Position at the University of Montana
From: <li_rbhlewis.umt.edu>
Subject: Visiting Position at the University of Montana

 The Linguistics Program at the University of Montana announces a
Visiting Position for the 1993-94 academic year to replace Visiting Assistant
Professors Carolyn McKay and Frank Treschel who just last week accepted tenure
track positions at another university.
 Our preference is for someone who can teach the following classes:
Introduction to Linguistics, Morpho-Phonology, Seminar in Historical
 Linguisticsand/or Ethnography of Speaking. We are particularly interested in
 someone who
can make a substantial contribution to our MA in English Linguistics and our
foundation classes for an applied program in English Language teaching. We are
therefore stressing teaching competence and the ability to work well with a
small community of faculty and graduate students.
 Send letters of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation to:
 Robert B. Hausmann, Chair
 The Linguistics Program
 The University of Montana
 Missoula, MT 59812
 (406) 243-4751
 The University of Montana is an EEO/AA university and encourages the
application of minorities and of women for this position.
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Message 3: "Jobs" for "Linguists" ?

Date: Sat, 15 May 93 11:18:24 ED"Jobs" for "Linguists" ?
From: <John.M.Lawlerum.cc.umich.edu>
Subject: "Jobs" for "Linguists" ?

 The following announcement appeared on p. 7 of the April 23 Commerce
 Business Daily which might be of interest to some participants

 U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
 Directorate of Contracting Operations
 Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-5368

 R--Provide and Manage Group of Serbian-Croatian Linguists to Be
 Deployed to the Former Yugoslavia. Contact Charles Peterson, Contract
 Specialist, 703/706-2772 or Zenaida Castro, Contracting Officer 703
 706-2763. This is a sources sought notice. The Government seeks to
 identify interested sources and does not intend to award a contract on
 the basis of this notice. If or when a decision is made to request
 proposals, a separate solicitation will be issued.

 Description: Recruit, manage deployment and linguists support with a
 group of approximately 125 linguists to provide translation and
 interpretation support to US forces in Yugoslavia. Likely to deploy
 in two phases with 40 in the initial phase. No projected date for
 contract or deployment at this time. Duration of any requirement
 would likely be 90 days with six (6), thirty (30) day option to
 extend. Plan is for linguists and contractor personnel to be assigned
 to US base camps in Sarajevo. Local agency security check required.
 Contractor would provide life, dismemberment, and medical insurance to
 the linguists.

 Native fluency in the Serbo-Croatian language and working knowledge of
 the English language required. Work would be in hostile, harsh
 environment. Would be required to pass medical exam, willing to
 remain at least 90 days in Yugoslavia with possible extension to 6
 mos. Contractor would manage the linguistic support while in
 Yugoslavia. Interested sources are requested to submit a capability
 statement, no later than 15 days from the date of this announcement.

 Statements may be mailed to Hq USAINSCOM, Attn: IACON-DOCO-A,
 Attn: Pete Peterson, Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-5368; or telefaxed
 to him at 703-355-7887.

 [Thanks to:
 Bert Chapman
 Lamar University
 Beaumont, TX
 <chapmanlub002.lamar.edu>
 for originally posting this to GOVDOCS-L.]

 -j
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