LINGUIST List 6.1484

Mon Oct 23 1995

Jobs: ESL, Spanish

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  1. kjleehyunp1.hanyang.ac.kr, Positions Available
  2. wendie keim, UNL-DMLL Job Listing

Message 1: Positions Available

Date: Mon, 23 Oct 1995 20:12:57 Positions Available
From: kjleehyunp1.hanyang.ac.kr <kjleehyunp1.hanyang.ac.kr>
Subject: Positions Available

The Dept. of English of Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea, seeks applications
 for the positions of full-time instructors, which are available March 1, 1996.
 Salary is highly competitive (US$26,000) and studio-type apartment on campus i
s
 provided. Consideration of applications begin Nov.15, 1995 and will continue
until the positions have been filled. The ideal candidates will be creative, e
energetic, and dynamic persons with M.A. in English, Liguistics, ESL/EFL,
Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics or a related discipline with a
two-year teaching experience.
Summit applications (letter of interest, two photos (passport size), an up-to-
date copy of the CV, transcripts of all degrees, copies of diplomas, and two
references) directly to the following address:
Dept. of English
Hanyang University
17 Haengdang-dong, Songdong-gu
Seoul, 133-791 Korea

E-mail: kjleehyunv2.hanyang.ac.kr
Fax: +82-2-296-8557 (Attn: Dept. of English)
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Message 2: UNL-DMLL Job Listing

Date: Mon, 23 Oct 1995 13:29:21 UNL-DMLL Job Listing
From: wendie keim <wkeimunlinfo.unl.edu>
Subject: UNL-DMLL Job Listing

Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Lanuguages
and Literatures, UNL, available August, 1996. Qualifications:
Ph.D. or the equivalent with emphasis in applied Linguistics and
foreign language methodology, native or near-native proficiency in
Spanish and English, ability to teach language, courses in FL
methodology and to act as Language Coordinator for beginning and
intermediate Spanish. Proven capacity for teaching excellence and for
research. Experience in proficiency testing a plus. To apply, send CV,
dossier, a writing sample, and three letters of reference by
November 15, 1995 to: Harriet Turner, Chair, Department of Modern
Languages, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0315,
(402) 472-7032, FAX (402) 472-0327. Applications after that date may
be considered until the position is filled. The University of
Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community
through Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity and is responsive to
the needs of dual career couples. We assure reasonable accommodation
under the Americans with Disabilities Act; contact Harriet Turner
for assistance.
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