LINGUIST List 5.1371

Thu 01 Dec 1994

Jobs: ESL, French, Computational ling

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  1. Takeda Haruko, English position in Japan
  2. Hilary G Sachs, job posting
  3. "Akira Kashima", Job opportunity
  4. Dieter Kohl, JOB POSITION

Message 1: English position in Japan

Date: Fri, 25 Nov 1994 16:22:49 English position in Japan
From: Takeda Haruko <htakedakic.ritsumei.ac.jp>
Subject: English position in Japan

 ANNOUNCEMENT
 FULL TIME POST FOR TEACHING OF ELT AVAILABLE
 AT RITSUMEIKAN UNIVERSITY, KYOTO, JAPAN

 Applications are invited for a permanent position in ELT at the Faculty
of Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University in Japan. Candidates should be a
native speaker of English or of Japanese or bilingual who speakes both
languages fluently. Deadline for reciept of applications is very soon,
December 16.
(Preference may be given to candidates who can make some contribution to
the field of social sciences, such as teaching comparative culture in
English. But candidates who have some expertise in English (language
education or linguistics) are also encouraged to apply. The precise duties
of the post will be by arrangement with Head of Faculty.

 CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
1. Teaching Subject: English as a Foreign Language.
2. Position: Professor or assistant professor.
3. Date of Employment: April 1, 1995.
4. Term of Employment: Till 65 years old (retirement age).
5. Qualifications:
 a. Native of English with sufficient Competence for the Japanese
 Language. Or Bilingual of English and Japanese.
 b. MA is required and Ph. D. is desirable.
 C. Academic publications are required in such area as Linguistics, English
 Teaching Method, Culture and Literature.
 d. Experiences of Teaching English as a foreign language are desirable.
 e. Under 45 years of age as of April 1, 1995.
6. Salary: Salary depends upon age, qualifications and experience.

 Example of Approximate Annual Salary Levels:
 Age Annual salary
 30 5,396,000yen (53,960 US dollars)
 40 9,000,000yen (90,000 US dollars)

7. Documents for submission:
 a. Curriculum vitae with photograph(40mmx30mm), which should be
 written in Japanese in a given form. The applicant to whom Japanese is
 not his/her native tongue should describe where and how long he/she
 learned, or has been learning Japanese.
 b. List of Published works in a given form (chronological listing
 required).
 c. Copies of publications. Three copies or photo-copies each of three
 principal publications with the respective summaries written within
 400 Japanese letters.
 d. List of teaching experiences in a given form.
 e. Health Certificate given by Public Hospital or Medical Center.
8. Deadline for Application:
 December 16, 1994

9. Address: All documents must be sent by registered mail to the address
 below:

 Dean
 Faculty of Social Sciences
 Ritsumeikan University
 Kyoto-shi
 Japan 603-77

10. If interested, please contact TAKEDA Haruko immediately. Printed
 forms for curriculum vitae, list of teaching experiences and list of
 published works will be sent by fax.

 E-mail: htakedakic.ritsumei.ac.jp
 Fax: 075-465-8184 (Office of the Faculty of Social Sciences,
 Ritsumeikan University)
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 Takeda Haruko
 Ritsumeikan University
 Faculty of Social Sciences
 htakedakic.ritsumei.ac.jp
 Phone: 075-465-1111 ext.3934
 Fax: 075-861-8563
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Message 2: job posting

Date: Thu, 1 Dec 94 1:21:40 EST job posting
From: Hilary G Sachs <hgs6columbia.edu>
Subject: job posting


Columbia University 517 Philosophy Hall
French and Romance Philology New York, NY 10027

Assistant Professor, recent Ph.D. in French, with strong
qualifications in applied linguistics and foreign language pedagogy,
will coordinate language instruction and organize supervision
of teaching assistants. Must have native-like command of French and
be qualified to teach advanced composition and conversation. This search
is contingent upon funding availability. Columbia University is an AA/EO
employer. Deadline: 12/07/94. Send letter, vita, writing sample, and
placement dossier to Prof. Antoine Compagnon, Chair.
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Message 3: Job opportunity

Date: Wed, 30 Nov 1994 22:22:39 Job opportunity
From: "Akira Kashima" <kashimaastudent.msu.edu>
Subject: Job opportunity

I am sending this information on behalf of Dr.Jong-Hwan Lee, visiting scholar
at Michigan State University.

 Full-time Lecturer of English as a Foreign language in Korea
 Kunsan national University

Kunsan national University (south-west of Korea) is now opening a full time
lecturer position for the term starting March 1, 1995.

Payment( starting salary): Approximately $2,000 a month when it is converted
 into US dollars, with housing and a round-trip ticket provided
Teaching: English conversation, about 10 hours a week
Time: 1 year, but, to be able to extend the period in accordance with the
 agreement between the two

Hiring Requirement:
Eligibility: MA degree with one year teaching career or Ph.D degree
 (S/he will be treated cordially who graduated from Dept.of English,
 Linguistics or American Thought & Language)
Document: CV with a photo
 A copy of a certificate of degree (BA and MA)
 A copy of a certificate of academic records

Contact: Dr. Jong-Hwan Lee, a visiting scholar at Michigan State University
 1204 #C University Village
 East Lansing MI 48823
 Ph. (517)355-5970
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Message 4: JOB POSITION

Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 12:12:12 +JOB POSITION
From: Dieter Kohl <dieterims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: JOB POSITION


 UNIVERSITY OF STUTTGART

 INSTITUTE OF COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

 POSITIONS IN TRANSFER, SEMANTICS, LOGIC AND THEOREM PROVING


The Institute of Computational Linguistics at the University of Stuttgart
has a number of research positions in the Sonderforschungsbereich
"Linguistic Foundations for Computational Linguistics" and the VERBMOBIL
project. The positions involve research into: computational semantics;
transfer; inference modules (theorem provers) needed for the resolution of
lexical and other ambiguities. Work will involve both theory and
implementation.

Candidates should have experience in one or more of the following areas:
natural language semantics, computational linguistics, machine translation,
formal logic, theorem proving.

Contracts will be initially for roughly two years (depending on the date of
commencement), with possibilities of renewal. Payment is on the BAT IIa/Ib
scale (upwards of ca. DM 65.000,-- a year)

Applications (CV and a brief statement of scientific experience and
interest) should be sent preferably by e-mail to josefims.uni-stuttgart.de
by December 5, 1994


Professor Dr. Hans Kamp
Institut fuer Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Universitaet Stuttgart
Azenbergstrasse 12
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

phone: +49 (711) 121-1362 or 1365
fax: +49 (711) 121-1366
e-mail: josefims.uni-stuttgart.de
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