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Fri 05 Nov 1993

Jobs: Applied, Test Design

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  1. Brian Lynch, Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies
  2. Paul Hellander, NAATI seeks experts

Message 1: Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies

Date: Thu, 4 Nov 1993 16:37:03 -Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies
From: Brian Lynch <brian_lynchmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies


Department of Applied Linguistics & Language Studies
Lecturer in Applied Linguistics
(Continuing)

Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer (Level B) in
Applied Linguistics, to work in a well-established graduate
program and undergraduate program in the Department of Applied
Linguistics & Language Studies. Applicants should have research
interests that make use of discourse analytic, ethnographic, and/or
conversation analytic methods in language education or other
institutional settings. The appointee would be expected to teach
courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in some of the
following areas: discourse analysis, second language acquisition,
literacy, sociolinguisitcs, and bilingualism. The successful
applicant will be expected to supervise at the Graduate Diploma,
MA, and Ph.D. level. The position is available from mid-July 1994.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics or a related
field and an excellent research record. Experience in teaching at
the tertiary level is essential.

Salary: Within the range (Australian)$41, 000 - $48, 688 p.a.

Further information: Dr. Tim McNamara, Associate Professor;
or Dr. Brian Lynch, Lecturer, (within Australia: (03) 344 5488;
outside: (#61 3) 344 5488; Fax: (#61 3) 344-5488;
EMAIL: Tim_McNamaramuwayf.unimelb.edu.au;
or Brian_Lynchmuwayf.unimelb.edu.au)

Applications close: 1 February 1994

Reference number:

Applications--letter quoting three referees (including Fax numbers)
and c.v.--should be sent, in duplicate, to the Director, Personnel
Services, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, 3052.

The University of Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer and
has a smoke free workplace policy.
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Message 2: NAATI seeks experts

Date: Fri, 5 Nov 1993 16:05:33 +NAATI seeks experts
From: Paul Hellander <phellandadam.adelaide.edu.au>
Subject: NAATI seeks experts

I forward this message from Sherrill Bell, Executive Director of the
National Accreditation Authority for Translators & Interpreters
(Australia). Responses should be forwarded, via conventional mail, or
phone/fax to the address that follows. I can handle urgent responses, if
necessary.

Paul Hellander

FORWARDED MESSAGE FOLLOWS:

"NAATI Australia is searching for experts in test design for assessing
competency in interpreting and translation as distinct from experts in
language proficiency test design. Also, it is searching for completed, or
on-going research work in the methodology for assessing I/T test
reliability and the level of difficulty, particularly between different
passages of the same language as well as between different languages.
Persons who may be able to assist, are urged to contact:

 MS SHERRILL BELL
 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
 NATIONAL ACCREDITATION AUTHORITY FOR TRANSLATORS & INTERPRETERS
 PO BOX 349
 JAMISON CENTRE ACT 2614
 AUSTRALIA

 TEL : +616 251 4044
 FAX : +616 253 1575

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! University of Adelaide GPO Box 498 !! Phone :(+618) 293 4341 <== NB change
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