LINGUIST List 7.130

Sat Jan 27 1996

Jobs: Japanese, Teaching English in Thailand

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  2. Shoichi Iwasaki (310) 794-8933, Teaching positions in Thailand

Message 1:

Date: Fri, 26 Jan 1996 12:37:18 EST
From: <>
	Assistant Professor of Linguistics to teach Japanese Language
				(Tenure Track)

	Ph.D. in Japanese language, linguistics or foreign language education.
Native or near native competence in Japanese language. Some teaching

	Teach Japanese language courses, develop teaching materials,
participate in Study Abroad Program, conduct research in theoretical or applied

	September 1, 1996

	Competitive pending availability of funding

Send vita, transcripts, and three recent letters of recommendation to:

	Yoichi Miyamoto, Chair, Search Committee
	Department of Linguistics
	Room 204G Gordy Hall
	Ohio University
	Athens, OH 45701-2979

	January 31, 1996

Ohio University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and
minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: Teaching positions in Thailand

Date: Fri, 26 Jan 1996 23:08:00 PST
From: Shoichi Iwasaki (310) 794-8933 <IBENAUOMVS.OAC.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: Teaching positions in Thailand

Rajabhat Institutes in Thailand has vacancies for qualified English
teachers for their 36 capuses all over Thailand. Interested party should
possess at least a B.A. in related field such as language education,
English, Linguistics, TESL/TEFL. An MA in these field or experience in
EFL teaching aboard would be an advantage. Contact:

Dr. Supa Chodchoey
Rajabhat Institute Phranakhorn
Jaengwatana Rd, Bangkok 10220
e-mail: <u3616172AU.AC.TH>

For more information, please fax 602-552-7117 or write through email
above. These positions are effective immediately. The pay is 17,500
baht per month plus 8,000 baht housing allowance. We regred that we
cannot reimburse airfare.

Rajabhat Institutes, formerly were teachers colleges under the Ministry
of Education. We offer more than 200 majors, three English programs:B.Ed
in English, E.A. in English, and B.A. Business English. There are six
institutes in Bangkok and 30 in other provinves, all independent of one

The cost of living in Bangkok in roughly three times less than that in
the US. Meals for one day is about 100 baht or less. A condo apt is
from 1500-5000 baht per month. the exchange rate is 25 baht for a dollar.
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