LINGUIST List 5.985

Thu 15 Sep 1994

Jobs: Phonology, Chinese, Miyagi Gakuin Women's College

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  3. , job opening

Message 1: Phonology Position at Iowa

Date: Wed, 7 Sep 1994 12:03:13 -Phonology Position at Iowa
From: "W. Davies" <wdaviesblue.weeg.uiowa.edu>
Subject: Phonology Position at Iowa

 The Department of Linguistics at The University of Iowa solicits
applications for a tenure-track position in phonology beginning August
1995. Candidates should be able to teach courses in phonology at all
levels as well as introductory courses in phonetics and introductory
historical linguistics. Initial appointment will be at the rank of
Assistant Professor. Ph.D. required by time of appointment.

 Applicants should send a letter of application, a curriculum
vitae, and the names of three references to:

 Prof. W.D. Davies, Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 Iowa City, IA 52242-1408

For fullest consideration, candidates should make application by December
1, 1994. Screening will begin immediately.

 The University of Iowa welcomes the employment on its faculty and
staff of professional couples, permits the appointment of faculty couples
within the same department, permits the sharing of a single appointment
by a faculty couple, and will refer the resume of a second member of a
couple to appropriate offices in order to help that person find a
professional position. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to
apply.

 THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA IS AN
 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Message 2: Job Announcement

Date: Sat, 10 Sep 1994 11:48:40 Job Announcement
From: <HSCYTccvax.sinica.edu.tw>
Subject: Job Announcement


 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND PHILOLOGY, ACADEMIA SINICA

 The Linguistics Division of the Institute of History and Philology,
Academia Sinica invites applications from citizens of the Republic of China
for research positions with the possibility toward tenure track posts. The
area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to those in the
following fields: phonology (and phonetics), semantics, Chinese dialect
sutdies, and Chinese minority languages.

 Applicants already holding a Ph.D. will be considered for the position
of Assistant Research Fellow (equivalent to an Assistant Professor);
applicants holding an M. A. only will be considered for the positions of
Research Assistant. These are purely research positions and no teaching is
required. The minimum salaries for these positions are NT$63,215 (about
US$2,431) and NT$45,110 (about US$1,735) per month respectively, plus bonuses.

 Applicants should send a vitae, transcripts from graduate school, an
abstract of the MA thesis or dissertation (including the title, chapter by
chapter summary, methodology, materials, and main conclusions), and three
letters of recommendation to

 Dr. Chiu-yu Tseng, Head
 Linguistics Division
 Institute of History and Philology
 Academia Sinica
 Taipei 115, Taiwan ROC

 There are two deadlines for receipt of these materials: October 31, 1994
and March 31, 1995. Those applying in October, 1994 will be notified of our
preliminary decision around the beginning of December, 1994; those notified
of preliminary acceptance would then be expected to send complete text of the
thesis or dissertation by the end of January, 1955 for evaluation. Those
applying in March, 1995 will be notified of our preliminary decision around
the beginning and May, 1995; those notified of preliminary acceptance would
then be expected to send complete text of the thesis or dissertation by the
end of May, 1995 for evaluation.

 For more information, applicants should write to the address above or
send e-mail to hsphilccvax.sinica.edu.tw or hscytccvax.sinica.edu.tw
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Message 3: job opening

Date: Thu, 15 Sep 94 18:42:43 JSjob opening
From: <i22535cctu.cc.tohoku.ac.jp>
Subject: job opening



The Department of English, Miyagi Gakuin Women's College, Sendai, Japan, will
have a one-year visiting professor position opening as of April 1, 1995 or
September 1, 1995. Selections are to be made on an open competition basis, and
anyone as long as he/she fulfills the requirements is urged to apply for the
position.

1: Degree and Status
The applicant should hold the minumum of an MA degree and he/she should be an
associate professor or professor with a tenure. The applicant of any
nationality can apply if he/she is a native speaker of English.

2: Field of Specialization
The applicant must have majored in linguistics, theoretical or applied.

3: Courses to be taught and teaching responsibility
Five or six class hours per week, one class being 90 minutes in Japan. She/He
is to teach English conversation for 3 or 4 class hours and linguistics for
1 or 2 class hours.

4. Wages
Yearly salary of anywhere between US $40,000 and US $90,000 is to be paid to the

visiting professor, depending on his/her age, degrees held, and teaching
experience.

5. Travel Expenses to and from Japan
The applicant and the spouse's travel expenses to and from Japan will be paid
 by the college.

6. Housing
Housing expenses are to be partially borne by the college.

7. Research Fund
The visiting professor will be granted the same amount of research fund as
the Japanese staff members.

Interested applicants are requested to submit the following materials
to the college by the end of September, 1994.

1. Resume with a photograph attached.
2. A list of publications.
3. Names of two people for reference, with their addresses and
 present official positions.

Mailing Address

 Department of English
 Miyagi Gakuin Women's College
 9 - 1 - 1
 Sakuragaoka, Izumi-ku
 Sendai Japan 981

I will be happy to answer inquries regarding the position over the e-mail.

Noriaki Yusa
Department of English
Miyagi Gakuin Women's College
E-mail : i22535cctu.cc.tohoku.ac.jp

Thank you for your interest in Miyagi Gakuin Women's College.

Noriaki Yusa
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